Ahead of the announcement of a new tourism policy in Gilgit-Baltistan, Eos explores the roadblocks that have prevented
In my quest to discover the origins of the exquisite tiles in my aunt’s home in Karachi’s old settlement Amil...
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot rejected fame and wealth, but deeply inspired the Impressionists
A two-person exhibition presents a low-key, minimalistic collection of drawings and paintings
Once thriving spaces for escapism, Karachi’s single-screen cinemas are a dying breed
Why go for expensive, branded skincare products when you can make them yourself from natural ingredients at home?
Which country in the world provides you with this level of contentment, joy and unaccountability?
An appetising lunch for the long, hot summer days
‘I suffer from anxiety and panic attacks, but my mother doesn’t understand’
All your gardening queries answered
One Islamic scholar not only had a striking influence on Gen Ayub but also advised Zulfikar Ali Bhutto later
Iran’s door to the West is slamming shut, and that leaves China as its business partner.
A fair chance for both the bat and the ball make a contest even and intriguingly interesting.
Mansoor Ahmed, who passed away on May 12, was one of the finest goalkeepers in the history of field hockey.
Fears are mounting that the city of flowers is wilting under political expediency.
There are many wild theories floating around about the Peshawar BRT. An urban transport solutions expert separates
Restoring and relocating Fatima Jinnah’s cars was a labour of love for a classic-car lover
An exhibition brings forth a group of artists whose use of light, shadow and geometric patterns create perplexing
Two artists tell a story of a city that comes across as both introspection and political commentary
An exhibition investigates displacement in the wake of aggressive urbanisation
Mom may have been right all the while but did we ever believed so
The Nobel Prize in Literature will not be awarded this year, amid allegations of sexual misconduct against ...
The shock that then jolts the reader is the substitution in the reader’s mind of the rats by people...
A self-help book draws on the experiences and insights of over 140 captains of industry
American musician Tom Waits beautifully said once that this world is a hellish place and bad writing is destroying...
The best part about Jeet Thayil’s dazzling and dizzying sophomore novel is its book within a book
A qualitative study into Muslim women in India allows its subjects to form their own narratives
Shazaf Fatima Haider is the author of two novels: How It Happened and the recently released A Firefly in the Dark....
The white-suited wizard of ‘New Journalism’ who exuberantly chronicled American culture, passed away this week at age 88
An English translation does justice to Mustansar Hussain Tarar’s deeply insightful novel
After a three-hour delay in departure from Islamabad, it was a turbulent flight to Quetta. The faint-hearted ...
A Pulitzer-winning author details the lack of coherence and consistency that have characterised US military involvement
The larger-than-life shadow of despotic tyrants takes over all aspects of society, from work ethics to spirituality....
Call it a tribute or a memoir, this book tells you more about the changing times of Hollywood than any history book
History is mostly about men. Two well-produced books relish demolishing that characterisation
A series of interlocking short stories conjures up the supernatural and the games our brains play with the past
One of the most iconic filmmakers and film lyricists of the subcontinent, Sampooran Singh Kalra aka Gulzar was born...
A novel grapples with the crises of identities in multicultural America, but fails to flesh out its Pakistani characters
Christopher Shackle’s translation of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai’s Risalo loses out on nuance, but is consistent, articulate
Even after centuries have passed, the charm and enigma of great verse from anywhere has the strength to move someone...
A collection of poetry and short stories by Gulzar about Partition have finally been published in Pakistan in the script