Though a first-timer, Haroon Khalid Akhtar displays the ability of a veteran to captivate readers as much with the
Given the circumstances, the fact that the 10th edition of the KLF took place is an achievement in itself.
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Mustansar Hussain Tarar’s latest novel embarks on an allegorical journey to deal with issues of religious interpretation
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While the 11th International Urdu Conference itself was a success, most speakers, as always, did spoil the fun by
Mohsin Hasan Khan, the head of the newly formed ‘Cricket Committee’, has some pending questions to answer
A fresh and exciting approach to pen portraits attempts to include the milieu of the subjects, but only manages to
The names being touted for providing PCB its new direction — Misbah, Intikhab and Wasim — have their own merits and
We have allowed the legacy of the 1992 World Cup triumph to stand in our own path, to cover up our lack of professional
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Led by the hockey team, the performance of the national contingent at the Asian Games was dismal, but not unexpected.
The PHF boss recently hammered journalists for being ‘unpatriotic’ which is increasingly becoming a convenient bogey to
Imran Khan did it at the 1992 World Cup in Australia. In Pakistan of 2018, his leadership will be tested yet again.
Among the several families that have represented Pakistan in cricket, the Akmals stand out for the contrasting
For Karachi and Karachiites, this year’s election is a new phenomenon. They actually have to think.
There are major lessons to be learnt from the football World Cup by countries such as Pakistan that are struggling with
The 10 short tales in Asghar Nadeem Syed’s collection reek of resistance literature which has its own meaning in today’s
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There is a running thread that links football, hockey and cricket on the global stage. If you live in the past, you are