Sarwat Yasmeen Azeem
A novel challenges expectations in a story built around friendships, envy, economic divides and people’s individual ways of
Shehan Karunatilaka’s Booker Prize-winning sophomore novel is a fantastical murder mystery that, like his debut Chinaman, sweeps
A Pakistani comic book takes on the responsibility of providing a homegrown action icon, as well as encouraging reading among...
A couple of Saturdays back, I watched a live theatrical performance of The Bobbles: A Musical for Children and let ...
Arif Hasan’s engaging book about the history of Karachi, before its surrender to the British in 1839, is full of nuggets of...
A glossy coffee table book with high production values is educational and can open up doors to new avenues of interest among
A debut novel weaves together a picture of denizens of Karachi who have had enough of being pushed around and who decide to...
A book of essays presents the other side of the story, heart-warming and funny accounts
of women evading the pressures of...
The project was initiated in memory of my mother, Zeenat Haroon Rashid, who passed away in 2017. All her life she had
In Omar Shahid Hamid’s latest potboiler, games are being played, and not just on the cricket pitch
An edgy debut novel fictionalises the life of Dr Abdus Salam to explore the politics of religion in Pakistan
Social media celebrity Junaid Akram talks about his book-swapping library, A Novel Idea
A gorgeously produced coffee-table labour of love on nawabi cuisine enthrals with its anecdotes, history and recipes
Aziz Fatima, Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar’s granddaughter, is a treasure-trove of fascinating stories
Kites emblazoned with black and white photographs of small child are helping find missing children
Saying “Rabia Baji, the presentation is ready,” in the midst of a meeting with pretentious corporate types would surely