I have, without necessarily realising how and when, become unintelligible – a ‘not-quite’.
The Shami brings a zing not just to the chai but the conversation too.
“How can you be depressed? You have it all.”
The Super Karachi Express is an initiative by youngsters to give people a closer look at Karachi's many wonders.
Did Ayyan or Mubasher Lucman come out on top? Did ASWJ accomplish more than Reham? Find out here.
A study claims to have a formula that could help you fall in love with just about anyone — but does it work?
Travelling abroad will tell you how quickly things like music, literature, sports, theatre are vanishing from Pakistan.
Multan's world famous sweet has multiple legends surrounding its origin, but there are no split opinions on its taste.
Every time a stranger asked me where I was from, I would start feeling uncomfortable.
The British took away our land, our pride, even our spices. But we are resilient, we took something from them as well.
There is suddenly a throng of good looking people all over TV. When did that start?
The proverbial 'poori chanay ka nashta' is what we Pakistani immigrants most crave for.
Naseer didn’t predict that the lyrics he wrote in his room in Islamabad would impact someone so geographically distant.
These liberals have changed the soothing TV shows of yore. I bet none of them even knows how to drive a tractor.
The notion that digital artists are just playing around on their computers couldn't be further from the truth.
It is perhaps the best known Parsi cuisine — a sumptuous meat and lentil stew served on a bed of caramelised brown rice.
This famous actress was born in 1985 in Lahore to a submissive, heartbroken mother who also cried a lot. All the time.
In Sindh and especially Karachi, Bombay is still alive as a brand, identity and a living piece of history.
It’s a sign of changing times that Bollywood’s top heroines are sticking their necks out to point out this disparity.
“Being a public figure allows you to talk on misconceptions about Pakistani people, and reduce the culture gap.”
This fiery red dish has the honour of being among the 36-course ceremonial Kashmiri wazwan.