Eidi survives in its earliest form as elders consider it to be a valuable tool for training the young in financial management.
We see the importance of the economy but insist that it exists in some bubble outside culture and the society that practises it.
For a play destined to be a ‘classic’ in the history of the theatre of absurd, its actors are unfit even for cameo appearances.
This time around, the antagonist himself is playing the rishta aunty.
Those who believe abusive language ‘leads’ to violence are mistaken; it is violence in and of itself.
Who turns the ‘Muqaddimah’ into a two-page precis for aspirants?...
Climate change is far more devastating for the rural poor.
Is it fair for the absent to decide the fate of the present?
Maybe we can start learning each other’s language.
Financial literacy may rescue our artists from an impecunious state.
Why compare prices at home with indices elsewhere?
The new arrivals are almost always resisted.
Naturally recycled water, is the way to go.
The number of people in need of mental health support has multiplied.
Pakistan suffers from an extreme trust deficit.
One regularly reads reports of packs of dogs mauling people.
Some may say that the lawyers’ indignation is not without merit.
What is guaranteed to bring the PM back to power in 2023?
It would be useful to learn from the follies of the other side.
Advertisement myths keep the inequality grind going.