Sid Mittra teaches how to not buzz around aimlessly, but get to work, in his quirky self-help book
A mystery with a parallel plot: Akbar Agha’s new novel is a thriller
Reflecting on what made Intizar Husain such a literary icon
The book launch of Train to Pakistan led to some interesting discussions on history
Chetan Bhaghat’s novel Half Girlfriend is an entertaining read
On the medical practices introduced by the British in colonial India
An imaginative and gripping novel by Zuberi
Perry Anderson explores the rise of an imperialist USA in a collection of three essays
In his book Samir Chopra expounds on such aspects of cricket that have not been touched upon in detail before.
Any ordinary citizen of Karachi would be able to immediately relate to the gloomy description at the outset of the book
ECONOMIC Impact of HIV/AIDS on Households by Savio P. Falleiro provides comprehensive research on how individuals ...
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The session titled ‘Contemporary Fiction at Home and the Diaspora’ had the tendency to be simultaneously...
Painters and art lovers, among others, gathered for the highly intriguing session, ‘Arts and the Politics of Our Times'
An unconventional heroic account is the expression that would define Anna Badkhen’s The World is a Carpet the best.
The simplest way to describe the narrative of Atther W. Qureshi's A Refugee in Switzerland would be to say that the...
When awarding grades, there must be a vivid, transparent and fair set of criteria for marking the work of each and...