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In City of Spies, Sorayya Khan seamlessly blends a character-driven plot with political events in Islamabad in the 1970s
Anis Shivani’s debut novel captures the diversity of life in the city
Omar Shahid Hamid’s second novel is a page-turner and as engaging as his debut, The Prisoner
Academic Anna Suvorova examines Benazir Bhutto's life through the political and social context of her times
The unusual and inspiring life of Princess Sophia, deposed Maharajah Duleep Singh’s daughter
Translated short-stories of Ali Akbar Natiq show why he is considered one of the greatest contemporary writers of form
Rafia Zakaria explores polygamy, Pakistan’s sociopolitical history and the story of her aunt in her memoirs
The former CIA director’s memoir chronicles machinations and maneuverings at the centre of power
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AT the commencement of this year’s Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) on the evening of Feb 6, Indian writer...
AT the inauguration ceremony of the sixth annual KLF, noted academic and drama critic, Framji Minwalla, conveyed the...
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ERUDITE political journalist, B.Z. Khasru, focuses his attention in The Bangladesh Military Coup and the CIA Link on...
Nida Kirmani’s sociological study, Questioning the Muslim Woman: Identity and Insecurity in an Urban Indian...