In spite of the integration of Afghans into Pakistan’s economy, the official policy is to treat them as temporary residents.
A slim volume by a Marxist historian theorises without pulling punches how the Pakistani state manifests its control over the...
Romila Thapar masterfully exposes the Hindutva fallacies that dissent is a colonial import into the Subcontinent, and of a...
Benazir Bhutto during her first tenure as prime minister at the PTV headquarters, Islamabad, in 1988 with PTV’s...
An American sociologist examines indigenous Pakistani resistance to violent extremism through the arts, religious teachin...
An anthology of essays is an eclectic cultural history of sorts of Pakistan, attempting to look at the country beyond the...
A solidly researched book on the relationship between the Pakistan Army and the United States offers a wealth of details
Nadeem Farooq Paracha’s latest book encapsulates the pivotal events that have shaped present Pakistani society
Making villages active in governance processes is crucial for national progress, argues a development practitioner
Split: A Life is an outspoken account that lays bare the life of its author with all its foibles and frills
Why is India so keen to develop good ties with Afghanistan?
Farahnaz Ispahani’s 2015 book, recently published in Pakistan, documents discrimination against religious minorities,
A former member of the Afghan Mujahideen recounts his experience of living through a war
A proposal that was initially met with little enthusiasm, yet resulted in an institution now half a century old
English translations of short stories by a leading light of Urdu literature opens up her writing to the world
Dressing up a daughter to pose as a son may benefit the family temporarily, but what effect does it have on the child
A classic from English literature is given a Pakistani treatment