malala yousafzai Archive

A hero without a fancy costume

He created a charitable empire out of nothing, masterminding Pakistan’s largest welfare organisation. Today Abdul Sattar Edhi is revered by many as a national

ARY in trouble, Ofcom investigates Malala “traitor” accusations

(BY NEIL ELKES) During the show, the 18-year-old was described as a traitor, blasphemer and foreign agent over her campaigns for education for girls.

Making way for Science

NO one in Pakistan had heard the name of Nergis Mavalvala until last week. The Karachi-born professor of physics at MIT has become an

No identity is Pakistan’s identity

When you hear about Pakistan, what most often comes to mind? The place where schools, markets, and neighborhoods are routinely bombed? The terrorist haven

Taliban’s senseless desperation behind their brutality

By David Rothkopf Why the Taliban can’t win in its fight against the future — and other bad omens for 2015. Jihadis are waging