Sunday, April 20, 2014
DAWN

The evolution of Mohajir politics and identity

The underlying forces that define the presence, principles and perception of Mohajir nationalism today

The wing of a lost bird

Where should I begin? Because everything said and to be said after tomorrow is not ended by an embrace, nor by

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Past present: Heaven on earth

In every era, religious extremists have tried and failed to implement their version of utopia

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In style: The fashion lawn bubble

The lawn bubble has now floated down from the giddy heights of massive popularity and is threatened (ever-so-slightly)

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Fashion week: Lucky number seven

The latest Fashion Week manages to sift between designers who know their job and those who are a waste of time.

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Trend watch: Tribal muse

Designers are choosing to go back to the basics in jewellery on local and international runways

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Notable notes at PSFW

TThe grandest finale: Impressive on the runway this year was HSY, whose collection Sher — worked in collaboration...

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In concert: A night for Balochistan

A fundraiser for promoting literacy in the province brought together a couple of familiar faces from Karachi’s

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Feature: We were soldiers

Going to war and leaving your family behind, ignorant of your fate, is one of the hardest things to do

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A leaf from history: Jam flees but Khar fails

As the election commission promises polls, two of Bhutto’s former aides seek forgiveness from the army

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The walking wounded of Waziristan: The lost tribes’ search for spring

‘Our mountains have been burnt so the birds are building their nests on our palms’—Pushto couplet.

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The walking wounded of Waziristan: Suffer the children

Where Children in peaceful parts mimic popular sportsmen and musicians, in cWaziristan the role models are militants.

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The walking wounded of Waziristan: Invisible scars

Bruises, burns, and amputations; the never-ending conflict that plagues Waziristan has left its people scarred.

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Photo feature: Design for education

Habib University’s compact campus is a throwback to a culture of campus ecosphere that the University of Karachi was

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On the menu: Birds of a feather

On cooking big fat batair and delicious ducks

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Advice: Doing the needful

I am a 27-year-old young man and I belong to a poor family living in a small town in Sindh. I am the only person in my

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Gardening: Lovely lilies

Thanks to their beauty and variety, lilies have been symbols of purity, compassion and rebirth from ancient times.

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Art beat: The big picture

Sometimes, an artist’s vision may need a little interpretation

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Artichive: The Pre-Raphaelites

Combining rebellion, beauty, scientific precision and imaginative grandeur, the Pre-Raphaelites constitute Britain’s

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The engineering of squash

For over five glorious decades, Pakistan ruled squash as the Mughals, in their heyday, ruled over the subcontinent.

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Prison art: Art unshackled

The Karachi Central Prison, along with the juvenile jail and the women’s jail, now allows its inmates to vent their

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i Spy: Al-Star Wars

All you Star Wars fans, especially those who live in the Middle East and South Asia, here’s something that’s...

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