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  • Senator Babar points to ‘invisible roadblocks’ in Fata-KP merger

    Suggests steps for the merger at a dialogue on Fata reformsShaheed Bhutto Foundation, a think tank of Pakistan Peoples Party, had organised the one-day dialogue on the fate of reforms in tribal areas...

    The outspoken senator who had served as spokesman to former president Asif Ali Zardari said that opposition by Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl and Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party, both allies of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz in the...

  • Footprints: The invisible man

    He only wants people to stop amidst their frenzied forays up and down the elevators, and browse through his books...

    But he is there in the Millennium, an invisible man cloaked in good intentions...

  • Invisible lawyers

    THE image of a lawyer most widely held in the Pakistani imagination is monochromatic...

    Most important, the report warned that “such ethical risk [not only] puts individual lawyers at risk of professional misconduct but it also encourages poor quality decision-making for the organisations that employ in-house lawyers…[and] can lead to catastrophic error”...

  • Artichive: L’homme invisible

    Salvador Dali (1904-1989) started the ‘L’homme invisible’ (The Invisible Man) in 1929 and completed in 1932...

    Dali portrayed different authentic objects that form a man and in the bottom there is something which comes out of his feet depicting that evil is coming out of him and people on the right are crying for his pain and wishing for a cure...

  • Invisible workers

    WHILE women’s general social status in Pakistan is clearly reflected in the country’s social indicators such as education, health and employment, it is the rural women who in particular perform poorly and lag far behind their urban counterparts...

    The national female labour force participation rate in Pakistan indicates the country’s inadequate efforts to bring women into the economic mainstream — rural women not only experience...

  • ‘Invisible Thread’ is a vibrant, pulsating musical

    There he was inspired to help educate a few of the young people he met, and that experience set the scene for the lively, upbeat musical “Invisible Thread,” which opened on Wednesday night at off-Broadway’s Second Stage Theatre...

    After being dismissed from his church choir for being gay, fictional Griffin unwittingly chooses Uganda for his charitable endeavours, not realising it’s a country that still jails people for life just for...

  • Footprints: The invisible and damned

    ”Women and young men clutching faulty paperwork lament that repeated visits to Nadra offices cost fare and fortitude, without gain...

    People with IDs are told to get marriage certificates for their wives and children to have official documents...

  • Internet: An invisible enemy

    Recently, an international bank wanted to fire a few people from their workplace in Karachi...

    A source said that most of the problems also stem from the fact that the officials hired to work on cybercrime cases are not aware of internet policies...

  • The invisible wounds

    More than 1,200 people from Karachi and across Sindh come in everyday to the emergency department of JPMC, a staggering number for a single facility...

    One hundred and thirty nine people died and 450 were injured...

  • Protests cast new light on India’s invisible war

    Tens of thousands have died during more than two decades of a Pakistan-backed insurgency and counter-insurgency in Kashmir; an unknown number have been tortured or “disappeared”...

    The violence drove away an entire community of Kashmiri Hindus from the valley where most of the state’s population lives...

  • The invisible workers

    There are more than an estimated 12 million child labourers in Pakistan, it’s time for the government to tackle this problem head on...

    The number of children working as maids or domestic help is hard to come by — there are no statistics on child domestic labour in Pakistan; not surprising given the invisible nature of the work...

  • We are invisible...until we speak English

    And there isn’t nearly enough compassion among us to dole out equally among the legions of people trapped below the poverty line...

    So we prioritise, and focus our goodwill on those who we find most familiar; hence, most similar to a 'normal person'...

  • How To Capture An Invisible Cat

    How To Capture An Invisible Cat by Paul Tobin is a lot of fun to read...

    So on this particular Friday he teaches a caterpillar to read, mails a love letter and conducts an experiment on his cat, Proton, to make it super-sized and then invisible...

  • Invisible combatants

    The book concerns issues that women face in the militancy/extremism-hit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Balochistan, and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) of Pakistan, post-conflict Nepal, and struggles in Kashmir and the northeast of India...

    The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) discouraged girls’ education, called polio immunisation un-Islamic, and bombed music shops...

  • SMOKERS' CORNER: The Invisible Scholar

    A January 14, 2014 report in Dawn informed us that the directive came from two ministers belonging to the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) -JI coalition government in KP...

    When I was exchanging views on email with a former member of the IJT in regard to Ghamidi’s books being barred from the book fair, he slipped in a most interesting observation...

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