Sumera S. Naqvi
As the banking system remains inaccessible for lower classes, particularly poor women, informal savings and pooling
"Some nights we had more than 200 people who couldn’t find seats and had to sit on the floor,” says director Zain Ahmed.
Napa’s recently concluded off-season theatre festival once again drove home Napa’s contribution to the arts and to
“Her very fine and strong sense of culture and finesse was always reflective in her acting, something which became
With only an added-on flashback sequence to the original Aangan Terrha, the theatre play Naach Naa Jaaney proves only
Instead of their parents making decisions for them, increasingly couples are making their own decisions about their
The Pakistani-American dancer performed in Lahore earlier this month and wowed local audiences with the dance-drama
California-based kathak dancer Farah Yasmeen Sheikh wows a local audience with a dance-drama on the life
Remembering the iconic Dr Ruth Pfau — who passed away on August 10 — and her 50 years of devotion and dedication
Pioneer Book House, once a haven for law students and the like, now has an an online presence and other "new ideas"
Karachi’s oldest bookstore is being revamped and refurbished with a passion
Sania Saeed believes that the process of evolution and learning is a constant, ongoing process.
They are not possessed by evil spirits, they are merely mentally ill. All they need is a chance to reclaim their lives.
Meet five women who share their tales of starting from scratch after their flesh and blood abused and abandoned them.
Napa Repertory Theatre’s ongoing Sau Din Chor Kay ticks all the boxes in Sumera S. Naqvi’s checklist.
Is it just following Western footsteps or do we really need a place where the elderly can be taken care of?
If Manahil Hameed had perused the terms of her nikahnama, she might have learnt of the many freedoms and...
Providentially, the Napa Repertory Theatre (NRT) is presenting Samuel Beckett’s epic English play, Waiting for...
London-based Pakistani independent filmmaker, Jamil Dehlavi, is back in Pakistan to give what he can to the country.
On February 13 the beleaguered civil society suffered another blow when the eminent social worker and OPP (Orangi...