A new novel imagines a world where one man is able to go back in time to alter history and allow the Ottoman Empire...
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz explains why wealth creation is different from wealth extraction and why inequality...
Stories based on crime are of interest to many readers. They highlight the socio-legal stalemate in society. ...
Nasir Abbas Nayyar’s latest collection of short stories uses symbolism to code real life social experiences into pieces
An exploration of the problems of the bureaucracy in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is easy to read, but lacks academic rigour and
A good source for understanding the Indian perspective and narrative on important Indo-Pak issues, a research book falls
Short stories that offer brilliant commentaries on the individual and communal psychology of our people, always
Memoirs that revisit three decades of Pakistan’s international relations
Naomi Klein writes on Trump’s triumph and the threat his presidency poses to people around the world
A proposal for global governance neglects to account for key factors
A simple explanation of scientific principles reveals the fascinating workings behind the most banal of phenomena
A guide to understanding the Leave/Remain debate in all its glory, with all its gory details
Although the theory of a single currency may hold weight, its practical implementations
leave much to be desired
Migration in South Asia seen through political, economic and cultural perspectives
Senior members of Pakistan’s civil service examine the existing structure of the system and highlight the areas where
Noam Chomsky’s latest book is a compilation of essays that seeks to answer questions such as Who Rules the World?
Joseph E. Stiglitz’s latest publication is a scathing, statistically-backed indictment of modern-day capitalism, which
The sessions based around Pakistan’s qaumi zubaan introduced a variety of thoughts
ILF carried on the tradition of the Urdu mushaira by inviting around 20 poets representing both the younger...
On the poetry sessions at the LLF