Arif Mahmood’s handsome book of photographs taken at Sufi shrines over 32 years is not simply an ethnographic documentation...
Christian Philip Hollier Turner is the United Kingdom’s High Commissioner to Pakistan since December 2019. In the...
British diplomat praises the National Command and Control Centre for doing a good job of “navigating the pandemic”.
Edhi sahib was always restless, as if he were about to go someplace. He didn’t like the idea of sitting and chatting.
As the brother of former army chief Gen Asif Nawaz and a well-respected journalist and academic based in the United...
The feuds that defined the past 10 years in Pakistan and could influence the country in the coming decade as well
The 2nd Quetta Literary Festival was remarkable in particular for the quality of its audience, showcasing its political
KARACHI: Veteran journalist and broadcaster Idrees Bakhtiar passed away on Wednesday evening in Karachi after a ...
March 26 is celebrated as Independence Day in Bangladesh, once a part of Pakistan. Forty-eight years on, Pakistan...
The song's lyrics work because the musical structure they are encased in is so hauntingly evocative
Eos offers the incoming Prime Minister an agenda of some critical issues confronting Pakistan today — what should be the
For a couple of years, Mohammed Hanif followed Asma Jahangir on her annual fact-finding missions to Balochistan.
The defining image that encapsulated the importance of Asma Jahangir may have been that of her funeral
A debut collection of English poems allows its writer to address his personal obsessions
The British Red Arrows aerobatic team put on quite a show at Karachi’s Seaview beach and saved a parental bonding
Ayesha Karim, co-founder and COO of Alexi, explains how the service enlists the help of authors and other cultural
Dr Ayesha Jalal is the Mary Richardson Professor of History at Tufts University in the US, with a joint appointment...
Hasan Zaidi recalls the idiosyncrasies of Pakistan's greatest guitarist
Aamir Zaki was a prodigiously talented musician but also nurtured a darkness within himself.
This book of personal essays is remarkably pioneering both in format and scope and defies straightforward categorisation