Language has always been a divisive issue in Pakistan
Cricket has been used as an overarching metaphor for the country’s weaknesses and strengths.
Areas on the fringe of Peshawar seethe with militants and their sympathisers
What would you change about Pakistani literature festivals?
As Imran Khan and Reham Khan get married, Herald asks readers who has been the most influential power couple in Pakistan
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak is an academic giant. A literary theorist and philosopher, she is the first woman of...
Social media has made a celebrity out of many who, until recently, were content with being mostly invisible.
“Urdu is an unfortunate language; nobody owns it.”
The streets would fall silent at primetime, they say.
I waved and smiled at the Jiyalas. Father has always told me to be nice to the workers; they paid for my Oxford degree.
Ajmal’s recent suspension was not the first time Pakistan cricket team has been in the news for the wrong reasons.
Tahir Mehdi, Ahmed Bilal Mehboob and Sarwar Bari discuss whether such restructuring can improve polls conduct
The Herald has invited several writers to share what they consider the most unique cultural tradition in the country
A word so frequently used it feels like it has lost all meaning. But what exactly does ‘revolution’ mean?
The scramble for Karachi's scarce water resources.
Writers and commentators, well versed in history, share the biggest inaccuracies in Pakistan history textbooks.
PML-N government is on the way down - and possibly out, public opinion survey carried out across Pakistan finds.
Traveling is arguably one of the life’s most enriching experiences, but the question is – where to go?
Karachi may have once been the gateway to British India, but Saddar is now a gateway to the city’s past.
Credits Written and Directed by Shameen KhanCamera Kurt MenezesPost Production Shameen KhanTimeline Hammad...