Sixty-eight years on and we continue to brawl over the validity of the Pakistan ideology.
Nadeem F. Paracha
Earlier, Pakistan had beaten India in a Test after 26 years in '52. The government got so excited it announced a holiday
A cinematic satire on totalitarianism and how absolute power corrupts absolutely provides food for thought.
Before the next instalment of Star Wars, there is the Twitter Wars.
Before the next instalment of Star Wars, there will always be the Twitter Wars.
How icons inspire and enrich ordinary people and their lives.
Compared to Misbah’s fame slow-burning its way to the top, Imran Khan’s rise was a lot swifter.
His face has become a symbol of defiance on political parties’ posters since the 1970s.
The British could not swallow the fact that ‘backward people’ were capable of achieving such architectural brilliance.
Is it the power of poetry that makes the song of death or is it just a coincidence?
Duck-pout, workouts, Ramazan shows — unless you live under a rock, you've seen this Pakistani showbiz star do it all.
Alam Channa passed away many years ago, but one of his last wishes remains to be fulfilled.
Every ideology has its fanatics. And they are not a pretty sight.
A humorous view of where the bottles came from in the Cuttack T-20.
What is it about him that leaves others clueless as to what his role really is as a cricketer?
Larger than life? Or perhaps not, Jinnah’s personality is still being explored.
Many of his concerts usually fell apart and turned into drunken brawls. Aziz Mian worked up his audience on purpose.
Punjab’s two National Assembly seats are central to the on-going conflict between the PML-N and PTI.
The story of a Pakistani carpenter's son and the 1979 seige of the Grand Mosque in Makkah.
In this city, there are stories hidden in every street corner.