A Simple Environmental Lesson I Learned in Hunza Valley
A few kilometres down the road from Sost in Upper Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan, we are on our way to Khunjerab Pass. As we reach the region of Khunjerab National Park, a smiling, uniformed official standing next to an unassuming makeshift hut by the roadside signals us to stop.
Atif Mian and the Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
Early into his new office, Prime Minister Imran Khan's administration nominated Atif Mian for a post in the newly formed Economic Advisory Council (EAC) to assist the nearly-bankrupt government on issues of finance and economics. A few days later, the whole country had erupted into spontaneous protests from the far-right groups.
Remembering the Battle of Hogwarts
Today marks the day of the final showdown between the defenders of Hogwarts and the forces of late Lord Voldemort. In the fictional world of Magical Britain, nineteen years ago today on 2 May 1998, the Chosen One sacrificed himself for the Wizarding World, and the Dark Lord was eventually killed by his own rebounding Killing Curse.