A multilayered novel punctuated with contemporary history that deserves to be read more than once
A posthumously published book on the culture of Awadh is by far the most knowledgeable and meticulous description
A WEEK or so before I boarded the PIA flight to Jeddah on my way to Makkah for performing Umrah, I was told that the...
Sixty-one years after Partition, a Pakistani travels to India with a desire to meet the man who killed his grandfather
Ustad Raza Ali Khan is a classical singer of high merit. The Indian vocalist is the grandson of the legendary Ustad Bade
Do you know what went into the making of one of Bollywood's brightest stars?
From roadside garbage to babudom, a journalist from India learns that despite the antagonism, the two countries
Borders can be, and often are, callous if one has to describe it in a single word.
In years gone by, roads actually became deserted when her serials went on air. Despite her output having dwindled,
A collection of diverse ideas on India shows that common ground between India and Pakistan is still very substantial
Let’s test your knowledge about some of the key developments during the war fought between Pakistan and India.
Let's see how much you know about those tumultuous partition days.
A fascinating history of Urdu poetry written during the Progressive Writers’ Movement casts a wider historical net
Meet Mansoor Rahi and Hajra Mansoor, the first artist couple of Pakistan’s art scene
Exploring the private world of Nahid Raza and her studio
A visitor from Singapore journeys across the country in search of lost Sikh heritage
The Partition Museum is being planned, built and run entirely by women.
The impressive Khalsa College in Amritsar is a hop across the Indo-Pak border but sometimes seems a world away
A chronicle of an inclusive and syncretic culture that has slowly disappeared
I am convinced that misunderstandings between Indians and Pakistanis arise simply due to lack of contact.