On her death anniversary, we remember Pakistan's princess of pop
Mohammad Zia Adnan
On her birth anniversary, we remember Pakistan's princess of pop
To remember her solely as a singer does not do justice to her legacy. No, Nazia Hassan was so much more than her voice.
As a Pakistani male, I am ashamed of the privilege that I am accorded because of an accident of birth.
I have to confess that I am also, albeit indirectly, complicit in the catastrophe that is Brexit.
From Peshawar to Multan, Quetta to Amman, Rawalpindi to London, my grandmother carried Uganda with her everywhere.