Nyla Daud

ESSAY: THE CLOSURE OF BELONGING

ESSAY: THE CLOSURE OF BELONGING

Although it has been 75 years since Partition, the loss of family homes and prized possessions continues to weigh heavy on some Updated 21 Nov, 2022 08:53pm
NON-FICTION: LETTERS TO MY FATHER

NON-FICTION: LETTERS TO MY FATHER

Moneeza Hashmi’s book is a debt of honour to Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s fans, who would have known nothing about the sentiments Faiz the... Published 04 Sep, 2022 11:10am
FICTION: THE UNDERBELLY OF SOCIETY

FICTION: THE UNDERBELLY OF SOCIETY

Ali Akbar Natiq’s sophomore novel touches upon so many disturbing facets of society that one is left reeling... Published 12 Jun, 2022 08:58am
SOCIETY: THE SKY GETS DARK SLOWLY

SOCIETY: THE SKY GETS DARK SLOWLY

As social demographics and lifespans change, the need for holistic, specialised healthcare addressing the unique needs of... Published 03 Oct, 2021 07:11am
FICTION: HAMMER ON THE HEAD

FICTION: HAMMER ON THE HEAD

An almost pre-adolescent high school take on the persecution of the vulnerable and on the gore, the greed and the Published 23 Jun, 2019 07:00am
NON-FICTION: HISTORIES OF THE SELF

NON-FICTION: HISTORIES OF THE SELF

A personal record that gives a glimpse into those aspects of Pakistan’s history on which authorised texts tend to remain Published 19 Nov, 2017 06:49am