Directed by Zia Mohyeddin rendition of Gorky’s play, 'The Philistines', can't help but strike a strong chord in Pakistan
In its treatment of animals, society holds up a mirror to itself.
France has criminalised ‘excessive thinness’ in models.
Success in defeating militancy depends on a multi-faceted approach.
The plight of the aging has to be addressed on a war footing.
Basant grew too big for its boots in the opinion of some decision-makers.
How can we ensure that herders feed livestock suitably?
Students today face terrains that weren’t envisioned before.
The confused and conflicted mindset of the citizenry portends even more distress.
A thousand stories of courage, tenacity and faith go unnoticed around us every day.
Shying away from minority issues won’t make them vanish.
The private sector should step in to promote the arts industry.
While the world makes progress, we seem to be fighting it.
The ‘ban first, don’t do anything later’ mindset is ever-present.
What children play in a milieu of violence is hardly hope-affirming.
A dangerous precedent has been set by PTI and PAT.
With every clod of mud, the quality of discourse worsens.
In terms of theatre, it’s always good to have reason to reflect that quality is a meticulous matter of craft.
Pakistan is missing several of the ingredients key to revolution.
Many families ended the festivities of Eid with funerals.