Fishermen Cross an Imperceptible Line Into Enemy Waters
Indian and Pakistani fishermen are caught in a decades-old dispute over maritime borders, leading many to be incarcerated for straying across. The New York Times
In Karachi, a unique celebration of the World Cup
The Baloch people of Karachi love football more than cricket, and every World Cup is celebrated in a wonderfully vibrant way. Scroll.in
Malala Yousafzai's diary inspires other Pashtun girls yearning for education
The words of a young girl whose determination to go to school made her a target for the Taliban has made others eager to learn. The Guardian.
Meet Nazo Dharejo: The toughest woman in Sindh
Longform profile of landlord Nazo Dharejo, who spent years battling family feuds and dacoits to save her father's farmland. The Express Tribune Magazine.
Above Class and Clerics: The Saga of Heer Ranjha
Examining the legacy of Heer and Sahibaan, the stars of the subcontinent's epic romances, and their relevance to Pakistani society today. The Revealer.
A rare Christian retaliation
Residents of a Christian neighborhood in Gujranwala did something unprecedented when their settlement was attacked by Muslims: They fought back. The Christian Science Monitor.
A Marked Life
Pakistan's Ahmadiyya Muslim community has been persecuted for decades. The hate campaign has reached Sindh, where wealthy and middle-class Ahmadis alike are being targeted. The Revealer.