'Because of the clip, nobody was willing to hire me. Now, I have job offers from news agencies across the world.'
After a month of abstinence, Eid ul-Fitr is associated with feasting and would just not be complete without saviyaan.
I will not blame the makers or the salesmen of fairness creams. Not entirely.
Here is how the country's top crop of leadership is wishing you a happy Eid.
There are only two essential points about mangoes – they should be sweet and they should be plentiful, Mirza Ghalib said
Those of us who have lived the joy of handpicking Eid cards cannot find its substitute in the click of buttons.
Long forgotten in the news, Meena Bazaar still manages to hold devoted customers, who shop nowhere else in Karachi.
In the real world, Komal Rizvi is a campaigner for the Edhis, while many of us are not.
Originally named samsa after the pyramids of Central Asia, the snack came to the subcontinent via ancient trade routes.
This obvious class-policing is not a Centaurus problem, it is an Islamabad problem, and it is a shameful one.
Where the rivers Jhelum and Poonch meet, Ramkot Fort stands on the summit of a vertical cliff overlooking Mangla Lake.
In a culture that loves its snack food, chaat stands out in the subcontinent as one of the few universals.
Last month, a group of young travelers went around exploring and photographing the city's glorious past.
Every time I climb aboard this bus, I need a moment to brace myself for the ride ahead from the Tower to Jauhar.
Creating a Caucasian Spider-man doesn’t make one racist, but making his ‘whiteness’ mandatory is disturbing.
History tells us that the locals ate fried pakoray to celebrate the coming of the monsoon season.
Malir is still perceived as an unsophisticated, half-rural district by most Karachiites. But, there is a different side.
He looked straight at me, ‘Since you are the only pretty lady in the room let us begin the session with your question.’
These magnificently crafted buildings were once home to affluent Muslim, Hindu and Sikh notables.
New York gave me a home-away-from-home feel; it is loud and perpetually busy, much like Karachi.
This Mediterranean delight is the second most common dish made from chickpeas, the first one being hummus.