Stories about Pakistan from June, 2008
All Things Pakistan on how a career in the administrative backbone of the country – the civil services is no longer an attractive option.
Five Rupees on the army strikes against the Taliban, and the infiltration into Pakistan.
CHUP! on the vulnerability of the hijra community in India and Pakistan, known as “the third gender”.
Lahore Nama asks if building malls will ruin the character of the city.
A Jaywalker's Diary on the world's largest gold and copper reserves found in Pakistan.
The Pakistani Spectator on the apathy of the government towards the spiraling price hikes.
Pak Tea House publishes a report on the death penalty and there is a small discussion in the comments space.
Five Rupees from Pakistan on agenda-based journalism that determines the kinds of headlines one sees in newspapers.
The Pakistani Spectator takes a closer look at the spies sent across the border between India and Pakistan, and how their cases are used politically.
CHUP! on the reactions over the weekend to the Long March – a protest by lawyers in Pakistan.
Five Rupees on why women shouldn't hired in Pakistan unless you need someone for HR or a receptionist.
All Things Pakistan on the long march to Islamabad, organized by lawyers to protest against the government.
Pakistan's growing blogosphere presents a kaleidoscope of the complex, contradictory developments within the country. The country is in the grip of a major movement for upholding the rule of law....
All Things Pakistan on the threats posed by an acute food and water shortage in the country.
CHUP! on Al Qaeda claiming responsibility for the Danish embassy bombing in Pakistan.
The Pakistani Spectator on Musharraf's lies and why he should be tried for treason.