The recent buckling down of the state to mobs of the radical right is not the first time it has done so.
For TLP activists, if the party now faces an operation at the hands of the state, it is because of Pir Afzal Qadri.
Aside from its beautiful beaches, spectacular volcanoes and preserved architecture, Indonesia’s diversity is its
Most people try to stay far away from hissing cockroaches, desert hairy scorpions and venomous, six-eyed sand...
The swift rise and abrupt fall of the Abraaj Group sees its substantial artworks being auctioned off. It has a relevance
An exhibition records moments in which photographers transcend the immediacy of the physical reality surrounding them
Remembering the hardline cleric who was dubbed ‘Father of the Taliban’ by the Western media
The psychology of how someone becomes radicalised
Not letting work and leisure encroach upon each other is important for your well-being and productivity
An open letter to Cliftonia’s Beloved Leader, provides evidence that his instinct against the news media has worthy
This cricket season, create a delightful platter of healthy food to share with others
All your gardening queries answered here
‘I want to control my stammering, please help’
State institutions may believe that a policy of appeasement avoids conflict, but in reality it offers nothing more than
Today, on Remembrance Day, a reminder of the thousands of sons of the subcontinent who perished in the Battle for Rome
Despite giving stellar performances on the cricket field and repeatedly getting overlooked by the national selection
Energy is instrumental for Pakistan’s economic growth and prosperity.
The magnificent wilderness of Sharan in district Mansehra brings all your senses alive
Two invasions had a profound impact on India — the Aryans who gave India Sanskrit and the Vedic religion, and the
Does art criticism illuminate viewers or does it only serve as a self-indulgent literary genre?
A two-person exhibition at Alharmra Gallery celebrates the ethos and culture of Lahore
Despite some shortcomings, a valuable addition to the existing scholarship on the country’s energy scenario
Crime fiction writer Megan Abbott’s latest thriller is a novel of astounding economy that is artfully crafted...
An adaptation of Jane Austen’s influential novel offers refreshing Muslim representation...
Let’s pause here and carve it on our cultural consciousness that poetry — especially Urdu...
A glimpse into the evolution of the BJP and right-wing politics in India
My short stint as a young man in Central and Eastern Europe during 1995 and 1996 was indeed rewarding — both...
Incense and Echoes Fazul Suleiman Kazi This anthology of writings covers a vast spectrum of subjects, from ...
A timely book adds to the growing literature being written from the Pakistani perspective on the Indus Waters Treaty
Clifton Bridge: Stories of Innocence and Experience from Pakistan Irshad AbdulKadir A collection of 10 short stories
Short stories in Punjabi that attempt to articulate the aspirations and struggles of upwardly mobile groups as well as
An exciting book by an accomplished anthropologist lays bare the history of petroglyphs in Sindh through millennia
In his third novel, Mohammed Hanif challenges us to recognise the absurdity of what we have become while making us
Former diplomat Saad Rashidul Khairi narrates his eventful life, but through it tells of his world and changing times
How fair is this? On Halloween, we creep into Stephen King’s lair for terrors and scares, but here he is offering...
Shabbar Zaidi’s compilation of articles provides insight into the problems of Pakistan’s fiscal and forex policies
Despite its self-serving nature and the withholding of significant information, former intelligence chief Gen Asad
Humans are limited in what they can experience and know by their ability to perceive through the five senses. What...
A dystopian novel imagines a future where a South Asian city is segregated along communal and caste lines
Oscar Wilde famously said that “the true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible.” But the...
In his entertaining latest collection of short stories, Sir Jeffrey Archer demonstrates he is not simply a gifted writer