Subversion is best practised subtly but when it is learnt and perfected in the streets of Karachi, it gets a brazen edge to it. Waseem Akhtar's brash anti-government move in the 1990s could easily be the reason why, two decades later, Altaf Hussain, ... DAWN Group, 3 days ago
Shrinking green cover leaves the megacity defenseless against climate change According to experts, little is done in Karachi to remedy the lack of flora and fauna, despite the urgent need. PHOTO: ATHAR KHAN/EXPRESS KARACHI: ...The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
It's rare for gents to get to appointed Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court on merit alone The writer is a barrister and columnist. The views expressed are his own There was once a man called Iftikhar Chaudhry. Not that Iftikhar ...The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
There is a story about a young barrister poor, cold, and lonely with not a single brief in hand, wandering the halls of Bombay High Court. It is the turn of the century, and the Raj is inescapable: even in India's most frenzied courtrooms, the ...DAWN Group, 4 weeks ago
In the absence of the prime minister (not that his presence would have made a difference) one of his close huddle of ruling party members, and one firm ally, have been way out of line when it comes to the Pakistani male's attitude towards the ...The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
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