Rajesh Khanna's story is reminiscent of Pakistani superstar Waheed Murad's, who too, rose and crashed like a tidal wave.
Final closure of Nishat, located on what was once Bunder Road has evoked what seems like a tidal wave of despondency.
IN recent months we have had memoirs by two Indian actors par excellence. The first was by Dilip Kumar, The ...
WE have seen a number of books on the massive cross-migration of population on communal lines as a result of riots ...
MYANMAR has been in and out of the news since 1962 when its army dismissed the civilian government. Among the ...
Festival, named after writer Khushwant Singh, held at the almost unspoilt and picturesque hill station, Kasauli.
ONE is tempted to begin the review of Raza Mir’s The Taste of Words: An Introduction to Urdu Poetry by quoting...
The poet is now turning his classics, on small and large screens, into novelettes.
'Khushwant Singh: The Legend Lives On', is a compilation of obituaries written by friends, relatives and acquaintances.
UNTIL the divide-and-rule policy was enforced by the colonial power after the mid-19th century, Hindus and Muslims...
Hajra Mansoor’s claim to fame is painting extremely feminine women with lovely curves
Dilip Kumar has been a benchmark or a yardstick against which other male actors, past or present, are judged
Ather Jamal eplains his obsession for painting Thari women.
Nahid Raza’s paintings depict a more relaxed woman now and the colours have brightened up too. Moreover her lines, forms
The rising violence has tormented the artist so much that it finds expressions in all his paintings
Even in popular cinema, one can see overt or covert references to problems that plague Pakistan and India
Rumana Husain is bringing Pakistani kids a most delightful and much-needed collection of children's literature.
Moods, lyrics and ragas all fused into one when the 'Shehenshah-i-ghazal' set about creating magic.
Pakistanis would welcome broad-minded and secular Indians, provided Giriraj Singh would accept our extremists.
Pran Nevile was the only nonagenarian among those who participated in the Islamabad Literature Festival