In conversations surrounding the 'forced conversions' of Hindu girls, the voices of the girls are missing
The used car industry is changing. Is it time for salesmen and agents to change with it?
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Although it is a lifelong condition, with the right exposure, children with Down syndrome can enjoy healthy, happy and
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The Pakistan Cricket Board’s decision to summarily sack Sarfraz Ahmed as the skipper in all three formats of the game
After an unspeakable amount of cruelty inflcited on zoo elephants in the past, Pakistan wants to order 10 more
The state’s heavy-handed shutting down of an art installation was not as shocking as the craven response of the Karachi
Seven artists narrate their personal encounters with water as an object, subject and concept and as metaphor
The wheel of messianic politics in the country continues to turn.
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WoW offered women both training and subsidised motorcycles until it was phased out under the current government
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Zadie Smith’s first short story collection occupies a remote corner of a universe in which conventional notions of time
An authoritative book looks at the transnational transformation of Shia thought and religious authority in the country
Multiple sci-fi award-winning author puts out her first collection of short stories that cements her position as a
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A debut novel traces a journey of self-discovery through global politics
Ahmad Faraz, the poet whose words delivered young hearts into a frenzied gallop, has himself been dwindling into...
Sheheryar Sheikh’s sophomore novel is a thinly disguised fictional biopic that underscores the ugly side of power
The pop repackaging of samurai Miyamoto Musashi’s texts takes them as far from the samurai ethic as it is possible to be
An American and a Pakistani pen a book that brims with serendipity; the central message is along the lines of ‘if you
Reading T.S. Eliot’s letters, one learns how an obscure work by an unknown writer is pushed to the attention of a...
ATWOOD, EVARISTO SHARE 2019’S BOOKER PRIZE The Booker Prize for Fiction this year has been awarded jointly to...
Deborah Levy’s eighth and most complex novel, longlisted for the Booker Prize, provides a timely lesson in history and
A comprehensive study of the ground-changing literary criticism of Shamsur Rahman Faruqi
An autobiography traces an exhilarating life spent in a ceaseless struggle to know, discover and inform
Dr Rakhshanda Jalil is one of those rare language scholars and literary translators who have an exceptional command...
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
Arundhati Roy is a fiction writer reacting to the world around her with facts, which is why her words have the effect