Pen-sketches that provide context to a political debate that stands far from settled
Statistics can bring into stark relief the impact that Misbah ul Haq and Younis Khan had on Pakistan cricket
Unemployment is leading to self-employment and it is working wonders for many a household in urban Pakistan.
The success of the national junior hockey team in Australia should be taken for what it is: a rare victory
With the power to throw the disobedient out of the park, cricket umpires will soon be spoilers on the field where not
In their respective domains and styles, Warner and Ashwin once again underlined their status as masters in their own
But for his tenacity, Kamran Akmal would have been busy running domestic errands instead of playing domestic cricket
Everything went right — in fact, great — at the PSL. But there is no harm taking some critical lessons out of it
While Sharjeel and Khalid are technically innocent until proven guilty, Sethi and Shahryar are causing more harm than
AS the cliché goes, if wishes were horses, beggars would ride. Though it was not coined for or about Pakistanis, we...
It is a strange state of affairs that Urdu just about survived at the KLF
When the agenda is ‘comprehensive’, it is often a euphemism for meaningless. With nothing particular in focus.
From literary festivals to conferences, nothing has been the same without the master storyteller
Australians force their oldies out even when they are good enough to hold their place in the side. The names of Steve
Mustansar Hussain Tarrar spends a few days travelling across the sandscape and tells the tale with wit and perspective
The tradition that started back in 1999 under Wasim Akram continued with another whitewash Down Under. In many ways,
A few ‘unlucky’ players who did everything they could but still found themselves sidelined more often than not.
The ninth edition of the International Urdu Conference in Karachi will be remembered as the event where the baton
MARKING the hundredth anniversary of his birth, the session on Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi was worth every moment.
In this concluding piece, the writer responds to the feedback on the first two parts