Mohammed Hanif

FICTION: THE DREAM LIFE OF TORTOISES

A majestic debut novel by a longtime apprentice of writing is a devastating portrayal of malignant male sexuality and Published Dec 16, 2018 07:24am

RED BIRDS

Mohammed Hanif’s third novel is released globally on October 18. Eos presents a worldwide exclusive excerpt from the Updated Oct 14, 2018 01:37pm

OPINION: STORIES WE CAN NEVER FORGET

With Independence Day right around the corner, we asked some Pakistani fiction authors to tell us which Partition-themed Published Aug 12, 2018 07:47am

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ASMA

For a couple of years, Mohammed Hanif followed Asma Jahangir on her annual fact-finding missions to Balochistan. Updated Feb 18, 2018 09:33pm

WHERE SHOULD HAZARAS GO?

The Hazaras continue to be under relentless assault in Pakistan but face danger even after fleeing as refugees. Updated Oct 22, 2017 01:27pm

Mohammed Hanif

THE book that I have been slow-reading through the year is Dada Amir Haider Khan's memoir, Chains to Lose.... Updated Dec 29, 2015 07:59pm

Missing: the boy on the bicycle

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 Published Feb 10, 2013 10:01pm

Haunted by the homeland

This is the story of two boys who were forced to leave Pakistan long after the partition, writes Mohammed Hanif. Published Aug 13, 2012 09:31pm

The Baloch who is not missing

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. Published Feb 11, 2012 05:31am

Watching other people`s revolutions

  RAMALLAH: As Juma prayers ended in Al Aqsa mosque last Friday and namazis turned their faces leftwards to say ... Published Jan 31, 2011 09:40pm