Khoosat is facing death threats and has been reduced to pleading that he is a good Muslim and a true believer.
We are not in the semi-finals because we don’t deserve to be there.
The Quetta Literary Festival lived up to its hopeful tagline, discussing subjects ranging from the political to the
It’s a risky undertaking for a man to write in the female first-person, but one that the debut novelist pulls off with
Real life can be stranger and more macabre than fiction
Remembering a maid-servant who so influened our childhood
The excitement of Eid one felt as a child has all but turned into a chore for an adult
With the much-awaited election looming large, one question on everyone’s mind is: Will there just be one holiday ...
The more things change, the more they stay the same
The Royal Wedding almost caused Pakistani begums to have apoplectic fits
Hired drivers — can’t live with them; can’t live without them
Only a Karachiite could balance signs for fours and sixes while devouring steamy biryani from a flimsy plastic box.
We cannot always trust healthcare providers in whose hands we place our lives
Why is Imran Khan’s marital status and choice of partner a matter of national concern?
Trimming your waistline takes more motivation than social pressure
Those asking for a ban on the movie may not know that it is based on mythology
What women want is a curious mix of good looks and empathy
Why are women guilty and men assumed to be victims?
The wedding season is another way of saying ‘Too much is not enough’
There are ways of showing our patriotism as a nation which we fail to see