Is the notion of a ‘Muslim’ identity still rooted in the modern nation-state?
Nadeem F. Paracha
When hate is manufactured through textbooks the results are often generational.
I have waited all year for a Ram'ahdhaa'nh slot with the spiritual eagle and supreme patriot, Hamza A. Tulsi.
A stereotype created by the British finds currency in modern times.
What is Khawaja Asif's cause? Corruption. Thus, his was bad language.
The media’s reaction to the CII's most recent rulings suggests that majority of Pakistanis tend to agree.
Does Mr Naeemul Haque also find the violence associated with the Afghan Taliban liberating and just?
History shows that Muslims have often been involved in jihad that has been instigated by the West.
‘I also own an expensive flat in Karachi,’ President Jean-Claude Van Damme admitted.
Studying the meeting minutes of Pakistan's first cabinet and its members reveals what Jinnah envisioned for Pakistan.
NFP brings Manto's satirical nightmare to the 21st century.
The memory of someone slain for something they believed in is best served when the law is allowed to take its course.
Let’s save Pakistania! See you in London.
How a bunch of leaves left me contemplating about tyranny and insanity
Pakistani cricket teams have been described as being the most unpredictable and erratic in the cricket-playing world.
Bhutto had arrived fully matured as a political thinker, but Khan is still a work-in-progress
Leave Jemima out of this. Leave me out of Panama.
Ever since the 1970s, Jinnah and Iqbal have been placed on the opposite poles of numerous debates on democracy, faith
NFP reviews a series of songs related to the historical Sufi tradition along the River Indus.
Are we proud citizens of our country, or animals being tested in a lab?