Lollywood's style excesses from the Herald's 1987 archives.
Here's what the founding editor of The Wire, India, has to say about his relations with people from Pakistan.
Story is a Vagabond, a collection of the writer's stories and essays, traces his personal and ideological evolution.
On their first full-length album, the Swet Shop Boys protest anti-immigration sentiment and post-9/11 paranoia.
Extrajudicial killings rise as government uses brute force to contain violent extremism.
Imported species leave indigenous trees on the fringe of Karachi's truncated greenery.
Why counterterrorism strategies in Pakistan's tribal areas need to be revised.
As CPEC takes off, it is important to desensationalise the topic and promote a clearer understanding of the agreement.
The verdict issued on Nov 5, 2014, is essentially based on the argument that the eye witnesses were not cross-examined.
Our oath does still include Altaf, but that’s only because we haven’t hired any new oath writers yet.
Fed up with the decades-old rift on bloody sectarian lines, Shias and Sunni are taking steps towards sectarian harmony.
Pakistan’s talking points on Kashmir will not become persuasive unless it changes its regional policies.
Questions of class and political power have been at the core of sectarian problems in many parts of Pakistan.
Christians in Punjab continue to live in fear of persecution and alienation.
From the archives: How Musharraf dissipated tensions with India by cracking down on anti-India militancy.
Despite ongoing rivalries, the treaty has proved to be beneficial for both India and Pakistan.
The Afghanistan-Pakistan borderlands remain the theatre of international rivalries.
The Bhanbore ruins have captivated the imagination of archaeologists and historians over the years.
As much as political leaders on both sides want to put the worst behind them, some events are beyond their control.
Fake encounters have been going for decades but nobody called them ‘half/full fry’ in the past.