This genre of the game has quite some history behind it as part of Pakistan’s cricketing culture.
Nadeem F. Paracha
When we begin to identify ourselves as Pakistanis first, our watered down concept of nationhood will finally shape the
Passionate Pakistani Twitter users donated thousands of tweets to the hungry and struggling IDPs at a Peshawar camp.
Why is the Pakhtun identity overshadowed by radicalisation and fanaticism?
Pakistanis claim to be ‘jazbati’ - a claim that has become an excuse to explain away all our national embarrassments.
The old dusty FIR of Kasuri’s murder not just convicted Bhutto but also sent him to the gallows.
In 1947, the only established student organisation was MSF — the student wing of the ruling Muslim League.
Our vibrant electronic media confronts a critical challenge — mistrust
Illustrations depicting reactions from the Pakistani nation before, during and after the military operation.
Our murky minds imagined enemies where there were none and none where there were many
Gullu Butt is a famous automobile smasher. His father Maula Jatt was a sheriff in a small town of Punjab...
A political animal to the core, very well-read and equally articulate, Sethi is quite a force on electronic media.
There couldn’t be a better time than now for political and security forces to differentiate between friends and foes,
It was Pakistan's Nur Khan who actually introduced the World Cup for field hockey.
Airports have always been a favourite target of terrorists of almost all extreme ideological convictions.
Despair drove Saghar Siddiqui, an unsung genius of his time, to seek solace in drink and drugs
The future of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement is at best uncertain, but not necessarily bleak, writes NFP.
Walking down memory lane, the writer encounters a personality from the past
NFP takes us on a journey across Pakistan's six topsy-turvy ages ...
Ever since Jinnah’s death, we have been trying to figure out what the founder of Pakistan said and/or didn’t say.