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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
Cross-cultural transition of poetry is a tricky undertaking, but Mahmood Darwish’s writing has survived the journey
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Who is Pakistan’s greatest cricket captain ever — Imran Khan or Misbah-ul-Haq? Let’s set public perception aside and
PCB’s unnecessary public treatment of something so childish are indicative of the odd social malaise.
In her latest offering, Kishwar Naheed is what she has always been: an activist … but there is a slight twist in this
In the history of bilateral relations, Pakistan and India have faced each other either in armed conflicts
Sibte Hassan, whose birth centennial falls this year, viewed the world through the prism of leftist ideology without
In the first half of Pakistan’s journey as a Test nation, the country had 12 captains. In the second half, there have