Khursheed Hyder

Zubaida Apa: Mistress of spices

Just by knowing her way around a kitchen, Zubaida Apa worked her way into the hearts of millions of TV viewers. Updated Jan 05, 2018 02:21am

Pakistani students race on!

It was a proud moment for Pakistan to have its youth participate in a world-famous event in the US — the Formula... Published Jul 16, 2016 05:53am

In theatre: Sheikh Chilli revisited

“Lagta hoon sher par andar sai billi, my name is Sheikh Chilli”… the children roar with laughter as Sheikh Chilli Published Jun 12, 2016 07:06am

For many years to come

Marium Talha Rahman makes Furniture for children that grows along with them Published May 15, 2016 07:08am

Theatrics: Umro Ayyar in the flesh

One finds very few books for children and very few programmes that cater to them on television and stage. Published Apr 03, 2016 07:15am

In memoriam: The end of an era

A staunch reformer who enriched the world of art and literature with her enormous contribution and presence, Bajiya has Published Feb 21, 2016 07:11am

In focus: A sarod maestro speaks out

Sachu Khan condems the government apathy towards ailing folk artists such as himself, while voicing hope for the future Published Jan 10, 2016 07:25am

Go green: Garbage to gold

Upcycled, recycled and repurposed waste can assume incredible forms with just a little imagination and aesthetic sense Published Aug 23, 2015 06:36am

In focus: Been here, sung that

From performing with qawwals to raising funds for breast cancer awareness, country star Mary McBride has pretty much Published May 17, 2015 07:13am

Spotlight: Meet the Flints

Flint’s life has totally turned around after the birth of his son whom he is very attached to. Updated Jan 29, 2015 11:25am