The idea of ‘Islamic Modernism’ held sway in Pakistan until the mid-1970s but disappeared soon after.
Nadeem F. Paracha
A historical look into Coke and Pepsi's advertisements and marketing that have gone through dramatic changes.
What motivates mob violence? And is South Asia unique in indulging in it?
Understandably, the media’s reaction was the most pronounced.
Kulbushan Jhadev is not the first to be caught in a secretive game of chess.
How books were used by political leaders to win over or vanquish their people.
In other news, JI and PML-N invent new ways of dealing with electricity crisis.
National narratives should be a joint venture between politicians and intellectuals but also the military
The phenomenon was used in West Indian cricket, but more commonly on the football fields of South American countries.
Conservative ulema also criticises Ghamidi for being ‘too liberal’ in his interpretation of Islam’s sacred texts.
Decades after the Lahore Resolution, there have been many epoch-making moments in Pakistani history.
Perceptions about the former military dictator are informed entirely by views that accumulated around his silence.
Today, it's hard to find a garbage bin in Karachi, but it was not always the case in a city once known as Paris of Asia.
The PSL final in Lahore was about a bold, inclusive and decisive national attitude.
A look at the extensive history and characteristics of cricket stadiums across the diverse provinces in the country.
Occupying the space abandoned by developed democracies requires us to change our mindsets.
This is to all the conspiracy theorists who are constantly on the prowl...
Advice for those who after the terrorist attack at LalShahbaz’s shrine, focussed more on condemning the ecstatic dance
I thumped my feet on the ground to confirm this ancient land was actually real — 11 years later, I did the same thing.
China’s growing economic investment and interest in Pakistan may regenerate the dwindling Chinese community in Pakistan