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Lack of awareness among citizens and poor implementation of the Right To Information laws keep the public from
The nonagenarian former Sri Lankan cricket board official Neil Perera is an unsung hero. His services for the promotion
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Drawing from the histories of resistance wars and guerrilla warfare, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr. creates an archive
Creating abstract compositions around old photographs of her mother, Madam Noor Jehan, Nazia Ejaz looks anew at
The state, politicians and various influential segments of society are frequently accused of using religious propaganda.
A translated collection of articles by fellow writers, publishers and relatives about arguably the greatest short story
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A former career diplomat’s autobiography is full of sometimes hilarious and sometimes depressing anecdotes about
Despite the author’s considerable linguistic ability and acerbic wit, a very odd type of nervousness pervades this
It’s been three decades since Rizwan Beyg began his sartorial journey and this star shines brighter than ever
Despite commendable special effects and generally acceptable performances Ang Lee’s Gemini Man is let down by its script
Heartwarming, endearing, sweet. These are the words that sprang to mind (and heart) when we got to listen to the newest
Era of Pushto marks the return of Fortitude on Pakistan’s rap scene
Martin Scorsese says he wanted to ‘enrich’ past Robert De Niro work with The Irishman
You can be totally fooled by the exciting lead pair Imran Ashraf (Zeeshan) and Neelam Munir (Rida), because writer
This year marks 50 years since the late Shaukat Siddiqui’s celebrated novel Khuda Ki Basti was first adapted for the
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An overview of Shamoon Ismail’s latest four-song EP, Brown Sugar
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Todd Phillips’ incredibly atmospheric Joker has a bravura performance from its star Joaquin Phoenix but is marred by its
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Ahaan’s (Ali Rehman) wife Kinza (Naveen Waqar) arrives at Shireen’s (Ushna Shah) house enraged and not only confronts
The genre of family dysfunction weighed using Asim Abbasi’s Cake and Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only the End of the World
The dark clouds of recession and the fear of the taxman have dampened the spirits of affluent clientele.
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