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.
'There is a place not far from here where Hindus and Muslims can pray at the same place simultaneously...'
This meat delight hails from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and its adjoining regions; Afghanistan, the tribal belt and Central Asia
Marjiana and Shamsia, both in Grade 8, want to become doctors. Their eyes sparkle with an unforgettable motivation.
A calm sets in and then overpowers me. This is where I belong.
Rahul Singh’s one big regret is that he is unable to read and write Urdu, a language in which his father excelled.
Indeed, 'Jazba Junoon' did become big. Very big. But bigger than 'Dil Dil Pakistan'?
Will we eventually maim and mutilate it and leave it out to die on the streets?
At the dawn of the 20th century, the people of the subcontinent were mostly unaware of the art of tea-making.
Apparently, Fawad Khan's largely inanimate demeanour is an attraction among Indian teens.