How does one deal with the absurdities that often characterised the past year? Perhaps by laughing at them.
A poignant account of struggling with a life-changing health disorder
With the former PM’s life under threat, politicos express grave concerns
It took almost 10 years for an ambiguous verdict to come, in Benazir Bhutto’s murder case. Why?
Hafiz Saeed has just launched his own political party. After having launched everything but nuclear missiles in...
The JIT report is out. It’s got something for everybody.
There is crisis brewing in the Middle East, what for Pakistan ought to be called the Middle West or That Very Large...
Jadhav’s confession — along with the more recent Ehsanullah Ehsan interview, where he says RAW was supporting militant
Isn’t it a bit too early for big-budget, self-congratulatory award shows?
LSAs are billed as award shows, but are there any credible awards in Pakistan free of political or commercial biases?
Our solution to urbanisation is to pour more concrete into it
Forget everything else — PSL’s greatest success was in getting women back into public spaces
Some can be remarkably detailed such as the tragic account of the finance secretary of the Islamabad Gun Club who was
What is up with food festivals that exclude people?
Earlier this month a processed food company launched microwaveable haleem in a red carpet gala.
Marvel's latest feature has fallen victim to dull storytelling, empty theatrics and tedious dialogue.
The world has known for ages that women have a sense of humour, after all they marry men.
A recent collection of stories highlights the diverse nature of storytelling in Urdu
This year Pakistanis make up the fourth largest group of undocumented migrants arriving in Greece.
Chaman's underdevelopment is sometimes a facade that hides the material oasis inside.