Humair Ishtiaq

COVER: The man that he was

Inevitable though it is, death carries layers of symbolic significance when it takes away a man like Intizar Husain Published Feb 07, 2016 12:05pm

REVIEW: The twist in her tale

Hajra Masroor must have had her reasons but Urdu fiction lost one of its finest voices when she decided to stop writing Published Jan 31, 2016 06:48am

From the sublime to the ridiculous

The West Indians were much better for much longer than anyone in the history of the game, but their fall from grace has Published Jan 24, 2016 07:10am

The fun of having a one-sided view

While the world seems to be ready to welcome Amir back in the international fold, a holier-than-thou approach is Published Jan 10, 2016 07:25am

Silence that speaks

THE questions were simple. Why is it that the MDGs – which focus solely on the social sector – failed so... Published Sep 13, 2015 06:50am

FICTION: The spinner of tales

Blending history and storytelling, Shamsur Rahman Faruqi’s latest offering has kept up with his tradition of producing Published May 31, 2015 06:46am

Expressionless frustration

THEY take to the streets for the independence of Judiciary. They take to the streets for ending financial corruption... Updated Mar 22, 2015 11:41am

REVIEW: Of orders and disorders

The book’s absolute silence on the American policy of promoting militancy is something that will put a few readers off Published Mar 15, 2015 06:35am

KLF: A tale of two poets

THE sessions with Zehra Nigah and Kishwar Naheed had as many similarities as they had differences. For one thing,... Published Feb 15, 2015 07:17am

KLF:Scattered signs of the times

THE KLF moved this year in newer directions in a legitimate attempt to keep itself relevant. Social media and even... Published Feb 15, 2015 07:17am