MORE than 45 years ago, Jamil Ahmed, a young civil servant posted in the border areas of Balochistan, started ...
A majestic debut novel by a longtime apprentice of writing is a devastating portrayal of malignant male sexuality and
Mohammed Hanif’s third novel is released globally on October 18. Eos presents a worldwide exclusive excerpt from the
With Independence Day right around the corner, we asked some Pakistani fiction authors to tell us which Partition-themed
For a couple of years, Mohammed Hanif followed Asma Jahangir on her annual fact-finding missions to Balochistan.
The Hazaras continue to be under relentless assault in Pakistan but face danger even after fleeing as refugees.
Bilal Tanweer brings to a wider audience the oddballs of a little neighbourhood in Karachi
Azra Abbas’s new collection is full of impact.
THE book that I have been slow-reading through the year is Dada Amir Haider Khan's memoir, Chains to Lose....
Okara is Punjab’s Koofa, says an old local political worker.
'Do you know the basic problem with Hazaras?They look different, they are easily identifiable.'
SIX years after Hafiz Saeed Rehman went missing from Sariab Road Quetta, the police dug up a grave to look for him. The High Court ordered that a body be exhumed because Quetta police, after giving half a dozen other explanations
This is the story of two boys who were forced to leave Pakistan long after the partition, writes Mohammed Hanif.
Two years and eight months after he was taken away, Jalil Reki stopped being a missing person. He became a dead person. A mutilated, shot-in-the-heart dead person.
RAMALLAH: As Juma prayers ended in Al Aqsa mosque last Friday and namazis turned their faces leftwards to say ...