Stories for: Ajmal Kamal

Connections: Being Badal

In my first visit to Calcutta in early 1982, one person I wanted to meet was Badal Sircar, the accomplished Bengali...

Connections: The world according to Jamia Rasheedia

Most Muslim boys and girls growing up in Pakistan in the early 1970s are likely to have learned the Arabic text of...

Connections: The earlier, better Advanis

Hiranand Showkiram Advani, popularly known as Sadhu Hiranand, born in Hyderabad, Sindh, lived only for 30 years ...

Sailing between Karachi and Bombay

When I am distressed by the politics of our subcontinent, I lose myself in a dream. I imagine sailing to Cox’s Bazar.

Urdu literature and the events of Pakistan's history

Ajmal Kamal takes a look at how Pakistan's history shaped Urdu literature and its writers.

Opinion

The Pemra mess

Scary ineptitude

Moral dilemmas

Kashmir saga

Editorial

Yet another chance

‘Adoption’ laws

Out in the open

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