August 27, 2017

The Fundamental Right to Music

Article 9 of the Constitution of Pakistan guarantees the right to life. This provision has been continually expanded by the Honorable Supreme Court to include various facets of human existence. I say we read it to include the right to music; after all, humans are the only known species with an ear for it! In […]

August 22, 2017

4 Lessons From The Lawyers Riot

After the ruling given by the honorable Supreme Court based on the JIT investigation regarding the Panama case, the ex-Premier’s family and party workers dismissed the ruling as unjustified, going so far as to question the credibility of the courts. Deplorable as that is, it did not come as much of a surprise to most […]

August 21, 2017

7 Things Nawaz Sharif Absolutely Loves!

Nawaz Sharif might have been ousted as the Prime Minister of Pakistan, but that does not mean he’s out of the spotlight. After his recent march to the poor man’s Westeros, he’s made sure of that. During his march, he made a romantic confession for the people of Gujranwala, so I thought why not look […]

August 3, 2017

The curious case of Gulalai and the internet trolls

In a country rampant with misogynistic values and blatant androcentrism, it really isn’t hard to imagine women being slut shamed and their characters assassinated every time they raise their voice. Ayesha Gulalai is an example of just this: a woman raising her voice against harassment only to be made into a social media joke. This […]

August 2, 2017

Loveless Justice

Justice For The Sake Of It Accountability. Corruption. Words that had become meaningless in our discourse, the prevalence of the latter simply ingrained in our identity. Was it misfortune or our own failing? It never really mattered, because this is how things have always been. Blame the institutions, blame the people occupying the corridors of […]

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