Feryal Ali Gauhar
Iram Zia Raja’s jewellery designs romances fabric, thread, metal and stone
Athar Tahir’s most recent anthology experiments with haiku, and reflects on nature and his native surroundings
April is here again. Perhaps it is relevant to remember we have been here before, poised at the edge of a precipice.
The socio-political climate of the country needs to change and finally address the issues which have crippled the nation
Reflections from one of the largest necropolises in the world, where kings, queens, governors, saints, scholars and
It is difficult to recognise landmarks in most cities and towns as they rapidly transform into urban jungles
Blood stains grow darker and dry up, bodies are buried, vigils end, questions remain unanswered and life goes on.
The world’s highest battlefield is where brave men fight an invisible war against the enemy.
I am a Pakistani woman, writing on issues of marginalisation, poverty, environmental and cultural conservation.
There comes a time in life when all things seem to converge in a space carved out especially for reflection
Could it be that interventions after many years of denial and neglect are only the shimmering light of a new day.
London in June is like Heaven with tourists. After wrapping up the Board of Governors meeting at the Commonwealth...
In Pakistan, 276 women die for every hundred thousand births. Some 54 new-born children die for every 1000 births.
Dishonor and death are the ghosts that linger in Lahore’s GPO chowk, where the guilty walk with heads high while their
We have a collective ability to turn truth into lies, right into wrong
According to 2012-2013 PDH Survey, 45pc of all Pakistani children under five are stunted or too short for their age.
Where should I begin? Because everything said and to be said after tomorrow is not ended by an embrace, nor by
It has been hard to find the words for this piece, and what normally takes a matter of minutes has fomented and turned
"The caged bird sings with a fearful trill of things unknown but longed for still ... " — Maya Angelou.
The Great Soul had to his credit the freedom struggle of undivided India, an anti-imperialist project launched and...