Journalists in Pakistan who dissent from the official narrative are feeling the brunt not only of the state and its bad
Nothing prepares you for the utter grandeur of Rome, whose greatest artwork is the city itself. But its attraction for
He is a successful businessman on the one hand and has helped establish widely lauded initiatives such as The Citizens
A family channels its grief of losing a son by giving birth to his dream
An exhibition brings past and present stars of Pakistan’s art world under one roof
If the stern majesty of Queen Victoria defined the 19th century, the 20th century royal icon was the captivating...
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Celebrate each iftar by indulging in wholesome yet mouthwatering delights after a day of restraint
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Companion planting uses one species’ advantages to help nourish another, creating a natural harmony in your garden
Although figures for suicide and suicide attempts are notoriously sketchy in the country, doctors agree that they are
Despite being the world’s sixth populous country, Pakistan still lags far behind in shaping world policies. In an era
For the first time in five years, the race for the English Premier League title is set to go right down to the last game
A BBC television broadcaster compares her grandfather’s prolific radio career 70 years ago with her own technology
Sadaf Naeem challenges the notion of home as a secure and idyllic domestic space
A group exhibition enables the artists to travel back in time in order to discover parts of their identities
PM Imran Khan should avoid projecting his own confusion on to his many impressionable and already confused young
This Mother’s Day, as a tribute to your mother, try a recipe to stir up the nostalgia of her cooking
‘I don’t want to marry her but can’t break up either’
All your gardening queries are answered here
Sindh’s claim over a greater share in the NFC Award is bedded in its oil and gas reserves. With the province already
Former cricketer Shahid Afridi’s memoirs of his career are as freewheeling and explosive as his batting and will likely
A respected police officer boils down Pakistan’s various governance challenges to an elite capture of the state and
A debut collection of short stories ranges in topic from nostalgia and politics to media and sexual abuse, but mainly
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Mauj-i-Saba Parveen Sultana Saba From a poet as adept with the paintbrush as she is with the pen, this collection
Uzma Aslam Khan’s latest novel can be a difficult read at times, but she deserves credit for her vast research and for
A balanced and thought-provoking book psychoanalyses Pakistan’s most charismatic civilian leader since the Quaid
A coffee table book provides scintillating images that can help promote tourism to the country, but could have benefited
Yesterday, from a table piled with my favourite books, I retrieved a translation of The Four Dervishes. I had ...
INTERVIEW: ‘THE JOB OF THE NOVELIST IS TO CREATE A WORLD. THE QUESTION IS, DOES IT RING TRUE?’— MIRZA WAHEED
Mirza Waheed is a novelist and journalist from Kashmir. He speaks to Eos about his recently released novel Tell Her...
An unfinished manuscript by Anthony Burgess, exploring the social and moral panic caused by his novel A Clockwork...
Mirza Waheed’s third novel is an exploration of moral dilemmas and existential issues and the element of guilt in human
Scattered between tales of simplistic women and misogynistic men, some stories leap from the pages and leave an
Much of today’s English-language poetry seems to be written by people who believe themselves to be poets, but have...
The Glorious Traditions of St Patrick’s Menin Rodrigues This memoir by a former student combines the history of...
Quite aside from the charming flavour of its original Urdu diction, a new novel succeeds in stirring a deep emotional
Dr Jameel Jalibi passed away on April 19. He leaves behind an enormous legacy as a historian of literature, but also as
Harris Khalique’s new collection of English poems establishes him as a much-needed strong voice among this generation
A sumptuously produced book of photographs is an ode to world civilisations and the known and anonymous ancient
A debut novel is only partially interesting and suffers from too many diversions that have nothing to do with the plot