Farhad Mirza

NON-FICTION: OUR SLICE OF HEAVEN

NON-FICTION: OUR SLICE OF HEAVEN

A new book uses oral histories to explore the larger Kashmir conflict through the lens of Azad Kashmiris Updated 10 Sep, 2018 12:24pm
NON-FICTION: DETAILING THE DIASPORA

NON-FICTION: DETAILING THE DIASPORA

Despite being light on theory and heavy on policy, an anthology presents a crucial contribution to academic discourse Published 01 Apr, 2018 06:49am
Fighting for democracy

Fighting for democracy

Raza Rumi is a Pakistani journalist and policy analyst who is currently Visiting International Scholar in Residence... Updated 25 Sep, 2016 07:35am
The political process

The political process

Raza Rumi’s book charts the significant happenings of five tumultuous years in Pakistan’s politics Updated 25 Sep, 2016 07:33am
Mad, mad world

Mad, mad world

In The Making of the Zombie Wars one man’s twisted fantasies merge with his real life, predictably leaving things in Published 03 Jul, 2016 07:42am
Given the state that Pakistan

Given the state that Pakistan

Haroon Khalid is an educationist with an academic background in anthropology from the Lahore University of Management Published 08 May, 2016 07:28am
Cover Story: This ancient land

Cover Story: This ancient land

Haroon Khalid’s new book is a study of religious folk practices, fertility cults, sacred trees and legends about saints… Published 08 May, 2016 07:28am
After Ankara

After Ankara

Pakistan and Turkey are dogged by similar challenges. Published 18 Oct, 2015 06:39am
INTERVIEW: Anam Zakaria

INTERVIEW: Anam Zakaria

“Who decides what history is and how it should be recorded?” — Anam Zakaria Published 09 Aug, 2015 07:55am
LLF: Boundaries of reportage

LLF: Boundaries of reportage

THIS year’s LLF paid a great deal of attention to what cartoonist-journalist Joe Sacco calls “the seams of... Published 01 Mar, 2015 06:59am
REVIEW: Being non-Muslim in Pakistan

REVIEW: Being non-Muslim in Pakistan

Haroon Khalid’s A White Trail: A Journey into the Heart of Pakistan’s Religious Minorities does not necessarily... Published 12 Jan, 2014 07:31am