I grew up celebrating Easter in Karachi with this sweet and spicy homemade delight.
A Mumbaiite's visit to Islamabad reveals one unfortunate difference between the two South Asian countries.
An event like the LMM could finally force executives to confront the larger diversity of Pakistani music.
It is purely love for music that keeps them going – no sales, no audiences and certainly no record label prospects.
Adil successfully coped with economic challenges in Pakistan and now as a top oncologist, relentlessly fights cancer.
Like the kebab, the arrival of the kofta to the subcontinent can be credited to the Turko-Afghans conquerors.
When the 70-year-old married his 17-year-old student, the venerated man saw his reputation crash before his eyes.
Medical student-turned poet, Hamza Asad relinquishes conflict with 'The Student Diaries' in a land riven with it.
We felt guilty for choosing to tour Sri Lanka instead of Pakistan, but what could we do?
A simple recipe of flour, water, olive oil and salt, focaccia bread was mostly consumed by slaves in the Roman Empire.
People associate him with Nazia and Zohaib Hassan but overlook just how much of our modern music is his doing.
Today, Rochssare and Morten are exploring Pakistan before proceeding to their last destination.
The Chinioti specialty is known for its unique aroma, owing to the method of cooking it below ground level.
Chairman Mao, a sharp bargainer himself, once said, “We must learn from the masses.” So learn how to loot Sunday Bazaar.
They bombard us with fast food ads, and we keep taking the bait. Then, how is it right to say our food choices are free?
Meeting with hurdles on a hiking expedition, Gilbert Kolonko discovers a diamond in the rough.
Rajesh Khanna's story is reminiscent of Pakistani superstar Waheed Murad's, who too, rose and crashed like a tidal wave.
Shaukat Siddiqui’s novel prophesied sentiments that today have become part and parcel of Pakistan’s identity.
I refuse to complicate my life because my daily outfit isn’t shimmery enough for the #ootd hashtag.
Forgotten and buried away, poets’ even ones long gone like Hamza Baba are targets of the Taliban.
The battle for Pakistan’s survival is being fought right here, on these very catwalks, reports Tim Bale.