SAYS Naeem, a father of five: “I wanted at least one of my children to study medicine and become a doctor. Though...
THERE were times when one would go to the local market and spend hours selecting whatever one wanted to buy –...
MRS Ahmed was quite happy, and was receiving the guests with a smile and a tinge of pride on her face. Why ...
A debut novel traces the lives of four pampered Afghan sisters over four decades as well as that of a rebellious maid
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On the surface a compendium of funny advice, between the lines the book also tackles serious issues thatsss
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Warning: vehicles may not be operated by the ‘wrong’ gender
Archaeologist and Director of the State Bank Museum and Art Gallery, Dr Asma Ibrahim shows what can be achieved through
A snapshot of mountain crafts before urbanisation seeps in
Fifteen years after Mukhtaran’s ordeal, the jirga and panchayat systems still fail to provide justice to women
A cab service exclusively for ladies is altering women’s experiences with public transport
A personal history framed against tales of migration
Omar Shahid Hamid's The Party Worker is an obvious shot at real life
Stories of survival from women in some of the world’s most dangerous places
Taking a look at what Saarc has managed to achieve in the 30 years since its inception
There are more than an estimated 12 million child labourers in Pakistan, it’s time for the government to tackle this
Water in the Wilderness is a study of the biological and cultural diversity of Pakistan, and makes us understand the
The thirst of Thar’s most-vulnerable is yet to be quenched. They struggle to access clean water despite govt projects.
Meet eight remarkable Pakistani women making a mark in the spheres of politics and governance.