November 15, 2023

UK Parliamentarians To Vote on Gaza Ceasefire Today

LONDON: Members of the UK House of Commons are likely to vote on Wednesday on an amendment brought by the Scottish National Party on an immediate […]
November 3, 2023

Schools Warned Against Smog Laxity

The District Education Authority warned on Thursday that legal action would be taken against the heads and administrators of schools ignoring the anti-smog standard operating procedures […]
June 13, 2023

First woman set to lead judiciary in 755 years of England and Wales

Lady Chief Justice? The judiciary of England and Wales is to be headed by a woman for the first time in 755 years. Dame Victoria Sharp, […]
May 18, 2023

Time for Stocktaking

PAKISTAN’S per capita carbon emissions have been declining, mainly due to the country’s rapidly increasing population and decreasing economic growth rate. The population has exceeded 246 […]
May 16, 2023

Leveraging COP28

AS we gear up for the 28th Conference of Parties (COP) in December 2023, it is important to remember that laggard momentum is no longer an […]
April 3, 2023

How AI ‘revolution’ is shaking up journalism

PARIS: Journalists had fun last year asking the shiny new AI chatbot ChatGPT to write their columns, most concluding that the bot was not good enough […]
March 30, 2023

Making history: Female lawyers finally breaking the glass ceiling

Precisely a century ago, the Legal Practitioners (Women) Act 1923 was enacted to remove the legal bar on women from practicing law in British India. A […]
November 8, 2021

ECP to initiate departmental, criminal proceedings against officials involved in Daska by-election debacle

ECP had issued an inquiry report which revealed Daska by-election was not held in a fair, free, and transparent manner Following the Daska by-election debacle,  the […]