Miandad’s support for Khan and his cause clears all notions of bitterness and tension between the two.
Nadeem F. Paracha
NFP traces the city's political and economic evolution since its emergence as an economic hub, a century and a half ago.
What would our society have been like if Ghulam Ahmed Parvez’s unique message had not been rejected half a century ago?
A compilation of memes created by NFP and Fasi Zaka during the 33 days of PTI and PAT dharnas.
From pre-match prayers to prostrating yourself in thanks to God, religion has increased its involvement in sports.
Back in the day, Pakistani audiences enjoyed a long list of fascinating TV shows and movies which acquired cult status.
Before Bhutto arrived on the scene in the late 1960s, rallies and oratory in Pakistan were pretty ho-hum affairs.
A compilation of memes created by NFP during the 20 days of PTI and PAT dharnas.
There have so far been four major political movements in Pakistan that attempted to unseat the government of the ...
There may be no overt displays but racism is very much alive in the most educated households as well.
From 'it's up in the aaaiirrr!' to 'dhokay-baaz gaind' and more...
Very few know that by the end of the Mughal era in the mid-19th century, the Taj Mahal was in danger of collapsing.
Butt went to Aitchison School, whereas his cousins, Gullu and Pomi, went to cinemas to watch violent Punjabi flicks.
One of the first pioneers of women’s liberation in Pakistan was actually a man from Lollywood.
Special Dawn.Com correspondent Sameena Yahya brings you live updates from the ‘long marches’.
Only a new breed of intellectuals can save Pakistan from its existential dilemma.
A series of images depicting the stereotypes which Pakistani, Indian and American films typically paint Pakistanis with.
While Ibn-i-Safi blended mystery with humour, espionage, law enforcement, science fiction, adventure and drama; was he
NFP writes about the schisms and splits of one of the oldest political parties in Pakistan.
“We but teach bloody instructions which, being taught, return to plague the inventor” — Macbeth, Act 1, scene 7