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7 trials of being a Muslim in our times

"How do you guys celebrate new year in Pakistan in line with Islamic principles?” a very learned German friend of mine asked me last New Year’s Eve in Sweden. Coming from a person well-versed in history and contemporary politics,


These undocumented women are graduating from Harvard—but immigration policy could ruin their futures

Lisette Candia Diaz, a 22-year-old from Long Island, will put on a cap and gown this week and walk across a stage in front of thousands of people to graduate from Harvard. Five or six years ago, that’s something she could have never imagined happening.

Pakistan raises issue of F-16 sale with visiting US commander

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday raised the unresolved issue of F-16 sale to Pakistan and expressed concern with the visiting commander of US Central Command (Centcom) General Joseph Votel.

Pakistan in 2016: A Security Overview

Research and write-up by Zeb Nasir
Infographic design by Zara Haque

The first quarter of 2016 saw a sharp rise in terrorist attacks across Pakistan, in spite of robust government-led attempts to implement its 20-point National Action Plan. In terms of lethality, the attack on Lahore’s Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park on Easter Sunday topped the list of deadliest attacks during the reporting quarter

'Honor killings': Why Pakistan must act against this brutality

By Sherry Rehman

The savage murder of a young girl at the hands of her own family and community made headlines last month for the sheer scale of its pre-mediated brutality.

Law Office of Mujahid Ali Khan(Attorney at Law)