Stories for: Maleeha Hamid Siddiqui

People urged to adopt stray animals instead of fancy breeds

KARACHI: Adopt stray animals as pets and not the fancy breeds. Students should be encouraged to volunteer at animal...

Confucius comes to Karachi

The Confucius Institute is a joint venture between the University of Karachi and the Sichuan Normal University.

Families of slain polio workers, SOS Villages founder awarded

KARACHI: Everyone is aware that Pakistan is rated very high for philanthropy even though its track record in other...

A taste of Karachi

KARACHI: A wide variety of food from Hyderabadi to Meeruthi to Italian to Chinese, and from high-calorie mithais to...

Denmark wants Pakistan to benefit from its expertise

KARACHI: Denmark is planning to further engage with Pakistan via people-to-people diplomacy and share its expertise...

Sharing media experiences

KARACHI: Reporters need to be impolite to extract earth-shattering information. Students of journalism rubbish the...

Influence of Persian in South Asia

KARACHI: The Persian language and religious knowledge were the two pillars of Iranian influence in South Asia which...

The lookalikes

The abaya clad-women are perplexed for a moment when they stop by at a bookstall at the Ibne Qasim Park in Clifton ...

Panellists debate standards of TV dramas

KARACHI: TV dramas are now giving competition to talk shows. It is a huge achievement that despite a plethora of...

‘Society is getting more restrictive than state’

KARACHI: Stories derived from communities and incorporating them into theatre, audience responses to different plays...

Role of progressive writers in cinema

KARACHI: Lacing his presentation with his trademark quips cultural commentator Asif Noorani recounted the...

A paradox of human rights

KARACHI: Asma Jehangir, Mohammed Hanif and Aasim Sajjad Akhtar were the crowd-drawing big names at the ‘Human...

‘Change in Pak-India ties based on 3Ts’

KARACHI: The change in India-Pakistan relations is based on three important factors, travel, trade and technology, ...

‘Erdogan’s tenure is like uncontrolled driving’

KARACHI: The ideology of the Turkish state has been assertive secularism in which the state did not allow any kind ...

‘EU can contribute to protecting human rights in Pakistan’

KARACHI: The European Union has signed a five-year engagement plan with Pakistan that foresees interaction between...

‘Using social media can minimise discrimination against minorities’

KARACHI: Even Indonesia’s pluralistic society seen worldwide as a model of an ideal Muslim democratic society is...

‘We now use weapons against one another’

KARACHI: All South Asian countries have been quite fond of signing international human rights’ treaties and...

AN ATLAS OF ANATOMICAL PLATES OF THE HUMAN BODY

According to the report of the Council of Education for the year 1844-1845, there was a dire need to bring out...

REVIEW: Half a Rupee: Stories by Gulzar

As a lyricist, Gulzar has written some of the most imaginative songs replete with abstract lyricism ...

Justice, TV style

THE episode’s title sequence opens with a view of Gotham City-like place with shadowy skyscrapers looming in the...

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