THE FAULT LINES IN OUR STARS

THE FAULT LINES IN OUR STARS

Various political, constitutional, economic, security, geopolitical, demographic, ecological and governance crises currently plague the country.
Updated 14 Apr, 2024 10:58am
IS ‘ISIS’ STILL A GLOBAL THREAT?

IS ‘ISIS’ STILL A GLOBAL THREAT?

Last July’s attack in Bajaur, January’s attack in Iran and the recent one in Moscow show that ability of the group’s franchises to stage spectacular acts of destruction worldwide remains.
Updated 07 Apr, 2024 11:29am
CULTURE: WONDER, SHE WROTE

CULTURE: WONDER, SHE WROTE

The host of a women writers’ retreat in Abbottabad reflects on how this shared experience helped the participants face up to what
Published 07 Apr, 2024 06:46am
FICTION: ROOTS AND BRANCHES

FICTION: ROOTS AND BRANCHES

A collection of interconnected stories transports one to a fictional place in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa that bears witness to a changing
Published 07 Apr, 2024 08:22am
THE GRAPEVINE

THE GRAPEVINE

Here’s a collaboration that might get a lot of people wondering how it’s going to work out. Our very own Mehwish Hayat
Published 14 Apr, 2024 06:39am
THE TUBE

THE TUBE

Previous shows on narcissistic, controlling men have used a lighter hand, with writers understanding this is a psychological issue
Published 14 Apr, 2024 06:39am
Business & Finance

COMPANY NEWS

The State Life Insurance Corporation of Pakistan (SLIC) hosted the Minister of Commerce, Jam Kamal Khan, and other guests
Published 15 Apr, 2024 07:15am

The weekly weird

A Vietnamese man experienced throat discomfort and discovered a six-cm-long leech sucking blood from his throat.
Published 09 Apr, 2024 06:25am
Spotlight

Spotlight

Sony has released the official trailer for Harold and the Purple Crayon, the live-action adaption of the popular children’s book
Published 09 Apr, 2024 06:25am