Various voices have been raised in the ongoing debate over what ‘Pakistani culture’ is
Nadeem F. Paracha
Televised spectacles and displays of choreographed rage grab ratings. So who cares if they also encourage violence?
Another church attack simply triggers off the same redundant reactions from the media and the apologists.
NFP illustrates what the world would be like with rulers like Mao Tse Kaptaan and General Pervez Dicaprio around.
A historical hijacking, an inferno, jailbirds, a beloved leader and espionage— the story has plenty of turns and twists.
Dear compatriots, I must remind you, fusst of all, that Pakistan came into being to challenge the hegemony of the West.
One often hears about how the state of Pakistan’s cricket reflects the state of the country.
Khan came out of an early retirement in 1987 purely on the belief that his cricket could attract funds for his hospital.
As govts and ideologies came and went, the depiction of religion and spirituality on our TV screen changed as well.
Moin Khan was caught eating non-halal beef steak at a casino by journalists disguised as houbara bustard hunters.
A scrutiny of the first Pakistan-India match of the 2015 Cricket World Cup; now we know why we lost.
The battle for Pakistan’s survival is being fought right here, on these very catwalks, reports Tim Bale.
When elected representatives become the moral police, it is often a case of the pot calling the kettle black.
The Indian press saw India’s 1952 victory as proof that the creation of Pakistan was a mistake. It did not explain how.
It’s hard to satirise the behaviour of our talk show hosts, but Nadeem F. Paracha rises to the challenge nevertheless.
We are a unique nation. Let’s celebrate this, instead of being confused by it.
With World Cup round the corner, let's delve deep into Pakistan’s cricketing culture and history.
The new-wave of Pakistani films are urban middle-class mediations on life, love, faith and politics.
NFP reports the real stuff from New Delhi.
“The crisis consists precisely in the fact that the old is dying and the new cannot be born” — Antonio Gramsci,