Rizwana Naqvi

SOCIETY: CITIES OF LOST CHILDREN

SOCIETY: CITIES OF LOST CHILDREN

Children are gregarious by nature and restrictions because of the pandemic may have negative effects on their cognitive and... Published 06 Sep, 2020 07:02am
For the love of books

For the love of books

I love reading and can read anything I can lay my hands on ... Published 08 Aug, 2020 06:43am
NON-FICTION: MORE TO LIFE...

NON-FICTION: MORE TO LIFE...

At first glance, the title Collect Moments, Not Things: Ideas and Inspiration for Creating a Life to Remember by... Published 05 Jul, 2020 07:04am
SOCIETY: LETTING THEM GO

SOCIETY: LETTING THEM GO

The coronavirus pandemic has hit domestic staff and attendants particularly hard. Many employers have let them go out of fears... Published 05 Jul, 2020 07:04am
Fight against food waste

Fight against food waste

“Haven’t I told you many times not to leave food on your plate and take only what you can eat?” Published 06 Jun, 2020 07:38am
World Water Day: Water is life

World Water Day: Water is life

The geography teacher says that water covers more than two-thirds of the earth’s surface — that makes it a lot ... Published 21 Mar, 2020 06:50am
Going abroad, but why?

Going abroad, but why?

While perception does influence choices when it comes to higher education... Published 07 Feb, 2020 07:25am
Unique libraries

Unique libraries

If you need to check a reference or want to read one of your favourite writers’ latest book but do not want to buy... Updated 02 Feb, 2020 07:45am
Why malls? Why not?

Why malls? Why not?

MOST people believe that the trend of visiting malls has been on the rise of late. “It’s so convenient. You go ... Published 28 Dec, 2019 11:04pm
What’s in a brand?

What’s in a brand?

WE have all heard people complimenting and asking each other about their favourite brands. Be it a wedding or a... Published 28 Dec, 2019 10:54pm
Our Quaid, in the eyes of others

Our Quaid, in the eyes of others

Come the month of December and we, as a nation, begin preparations to celebrate the birthday of one of the... Published 21 Dec, 2019 07:10am
NON-FICTION: UP THE TOILET

NON-FICTION: UP THE TOILET

With November 19 being World Toilet Day, a book from Indian Gujarat charts the challenges and success of a programme to Published 17 Nov, 2019 07:19am
Too shy to speak

Too shy to speak

Shyness can prevent a person from reaching his or her full potential and being noticed, but there are ways to... Published 09 Nov, 2019 06:03am
GROWING OLD IN PAKISTAN

GROWING OLD IN PAKISTAN

From mobility to health to loneliness, a number of issues plague the lives of the senior citizens of the country. Updated 08 Jul, 2019 07:42am
Shall it be the heart or the mind?

Shall it be the heart or the mind?

SAYS Naeem, a father of five: “I wanted at least one of my children to study medicine and become a doctor. Though... Published 08 Feb, 2019 07:01am
Shopping convenience

Shopping convenience

THERE were times when one would go to the local market and spend hours selecting whatever one wanted to buy –... Published 31 Jan, 2019 07:05am
Irritatingly elaborate affairs

Irritatingly elaborate affairs

MRS Ahmed was quite happy, and was receiving the guests with a smile and a tinge of pride on her face. Why ... Published 31 Jan, 2019 07:05am
FICTION: EMPIRE’S LAST SONGS

FICTION: EMPIRE’S LAST SONGS

A debut novel traces the lives of four pampered Afghan sisters over four decades as well as that of a rebellious maid Published 20 Jan, 2019 08:58am