Aurangzaib Khan

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 Sep 02, 2018 06:55am

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 Aug 23, 2018 09:55am

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 Aug 19, 2018 08:17am

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 Jul 11, 2018 02:00pm

Footprints: Longing to belong

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

FEDERATION’S ORPHAN

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