The simple truth is that a lot of Pakistanis don't feel safe. But the fact that Shaniera does, should not make us attack her.
Here is a list of completely nonsensical reasons that trended on Twitter.
What women want is the freedom to choose what to wear. And not be judged/groped/degraded for it.
The Pakistani obsession with MBBS has led to many students being forced to study medicine when they would rather do anything but.
There are aren't many differences between the iPhone 12 and 13 and fans are turning their disappointment into hilarious memes.
The online campaign shows Afghan women in vibrant traditional attire, challenging Taliban narrative of a 'true Afghan woman'.
Her all-black Balenciaga outfit became the butt of many jokes on the internet.
He posted a powerful video on Twitter that urged people to destigmatise talking about family planning and reproduction.
Two former Indian generals learned not to trust Twitter the hard way.
Our TV show hosts really need to start doing some background research before calling guests on their shows.
The cricketer did not find her reference to a controversial past incident all that funny.
Netizens have criticised her for uploading a video showing her "accidentally" kicking a man in the head.
A psychotherapist explains that there are typically two types of people who experience this depression and that it's very valid.
The writer's article bashed South Asian cuisine and claimed it's all just basically curry.