As govts and ideologies came and went, the depiction of religion and spirituality on our TV screen changed as well.
Nadeem F. Paracha
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,
Writing satire in Pakistan is easier because many popular folk end up becoming unintentional parodies of themselves: NFP
When science is divided into secular and religious, it is progress that suffers.
Travelling abroad will tell you how quickly things like music, literature, sports, theatre are vanishing from Pakistan.
Why would Pakistanis give a fig about protecting warped concepts of faith, democracy, morality, justice?
NFP brings you the extreme and variegated perspectives of Pakistanis on the truth about this kebab.
If the content of a show displeases viewers, that displeasure also extends to the brands sponsoring the show.
It is an often unnoticed but significant fact that Maududi did not emerge from an entirely conservative background.
Meet the subtler, toned-down apologist, a relatively new entrant in our troubled, twisted society.