Aurangzaib Khan

SOCIETY: TAKING A SIP FROM ART

SOCIETY: TAKING A SIP FROM ART

A truck artist in Peshawar survived the dearth of work during the pandemic by moving from painting heavy vehicles to dainty... Published 26 Sep, 2021 09:14am
Falling through the cracks

Falling through the cracks

With our hollow eyes and our hunger pangs, we sit thinking whether the car turning the street or coming up the road will stop. Updated 29 Nov, 2020 07:59pm
SOCIETY: PAMUK IN PESHAWAR

SOCIETY: PAMUK IN PESHAWAR

A writer from Peshawar imagines a visit by the Turkish Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk, who... Published 19 Apr, 2020 06:18am

FOOTPRINTS: A DEAD MINER A DAY

THERE are cracks in Karshat. In your host’s hujra, the roof above your head is held up by walls with fissures in... Published 02 Sep, 2018 06:55am
Situationer: Living with violence

Situationer: Living with violence

"What, Nazo, is it like to be a transwoman in heaven? Because to be one here in Pakistan is certainly hell." Updated 23 Aug, 2018 09:55am
FOOTPRINTS: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

FOOTPRINTS: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

REHMAT Jahan, Dir’s first-ever woman police moharrir at work in her office at the Balambat police station in... Updated 19 Aug, 2018 08:17am
Situationer: ANP in the cross hairs

Situationer: ANP in the cross hairs

According to Zia-ur-Rehman, a researcher based in Karachi, 70 ANP activists have been targeted in Karachi alone. Published 11 Jul, 2018 02:00pm
Footprints: Longing to belong

Footprints: Longing to belong

SPRING scatters dandelions across Islamabad, tiny yellow suns blooming over grassy greens. On a Sunday after a spell... Updated 25 Mar, 2018 01:41pm
FEDERATION’S ORPHAN

FEDERATION’S ORPHAN

FAR from the rude introduction to the city, the piles of litter and broken concrete visible as one leaves the... Published 25 Feb, 2018 07:09am