Stories for: Syed Nomanul Haq

In the chamber of being: humanising Iqbal

We do have a right to know Iqbal as a person, like all of us, with our existential challenges, our likes and dislikes.

COLUMN: On the romance of the metaphorical with the real

many of Faiz’s “prison poems,” while carrying titles that sound so grossly activist, have no activism

COLUMN: ‘The Horribly Howling’ and ‘The Victor’

A legend narrated in the famous Shahnama of Firdausi has it that a physician of the Sassanid king Anushirvan

Column: Whither portraiture? The poetic resilience of sarapa

Literally meaning “from head-to-toe”, “totally”, “cap-à-pié”, sarapa became a whole creative genre ...

Column: On the virtues of vices: the counter-logics of poetry

Syed Nomanul Haq is a former scholar-in-residence at the American Institute of Pakistan Studies and is Advisor of ...

Go in-depth: Indian elections 2014
Go in-depth: Indian elections 2014

Madressah reform difficulty

End of a crisis

The dissension within

Universities’ challenge


More than money needed

Measuring poverty

Lure of the blue passport

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