MUSHARRAF'S AGENDA: WHAT DID HE ACHIEVE?
Lack of awareness among citizens and poor implementation of the Right To Information laws keep the public from
The nonagenarian former Sri Lankan cricket board official Neil Perera is an unsung hero. His services for the promotion
The prevalence of mental illness has increased with unemployment and political and economic uncertainty, which can only
Drawing from the histories of resistance wars and guerrilla warfare, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr. creates an archive
Creating abstract compositions around old photographs of her mother, Madam Noor Jehan, Nazia Ejaz looks anew at
The state, politicians and various influential segments of society are frequently accused of using religious propaganda.
The Ministry of Patriotism issues certificates for patriotism with due diligence
‘I am attracted to my colleague’
All your gardening queries answered here
A closer look at Balochistan's roads of change
How a cinematic cautionary tale became the blueprint for a criminal’s life in Quetta
Red, white, orange, yellow and pink. Over the years, cricket administrators have experimented with the colour
The remains of Balochistan’s second biggest city’s four forts tell a tale of its rich history
Two artists bring Pakistan’s marginalised religious groups into sombre focus
Should art and artefacts that were looted or dubiously purchased during colonial periods be returned to their...
PM Imran has frequently negated the nature of reforms suggested in the NAP.
The 2019 Booker Prize for Fiction will be announced on Oct 14, 2019. Here’s a quick recap of the shortlist to know...
Arundhati Roy is a fiction writer reacting to the world around her with facts, which is why her words have the effect
A former career diplomat’s autobiography is full of sometimes hilarious and sometimes depressing anecdotes about
Despite the author’s considerable linguistic ability and acerbic wit, a very odd type of nervousness pervades this
In the course of my journey with Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib’s Divans, I noticed how he carefully chose verses ...
The most striking feature of the 6th Islamabad Literature Festival was that it provided a forum for open debate and bold
One may not agree with the author’s treatise about its origins, but the superb photography and historical context
A book takes the hot-button topic of match-fixing in cricket and handles it with great dexterity, providing tremendous
Bilal Abbas Khan’s turn as the villain in Cheekh has really made him a household name. So why did he almost not take
An overview of Shamoon Ismail’s latest four-song EP, Brown Sugar
This is what we do wrong every time a new season of Coke Studio is about to hit the airwaves: we expect that it’s going
Todd Phillips’ incredibly atmospheric Joker has a bravura performance from its star Joaquin Phoenix but is marred by its
Daal Chawal is a ho-hum public relations message for the police but we’ve seen shoddier endeavours in the name of
Ahaan’s (Ali Rehman) wife Kinza (Naveen Waqar) arrives at Shireen’s (Ushna Shah) house enraged and not only confronts
The genre of family dysfunction weighed using Asim Abbasi’s Cake and Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only the End of the World
The dark clouds of recession and the fear of the taxman have dampened the spirits of affluent clientele.
Despite some cool visuals and an interesting premise, Bloodline has far too many flaws to become a cult classic
Mahira Khan, it seems, is trying to prove a point. If that’s the case, then all power to her. The actress, whose
A documentary film on Pakistan’s first Nobel laureate, Dr Abdus Salam, that took 14 years to make, would be a shoo-in
The trio of Humayun Saeed (the sweet, struggling husband Danish), Ayeza Khan (the beautiful but materialistic wife
Pakistani filmmaker Asad Faruqi recently won an Emmy award for his documentary film on the bomb disposal squad of
A closer look at Pakistan's presence on the international film festival circuit
Starring Brad Pitt, Ad Astra’s masterful depiction of mankind’s haunting insignificance in the vastness of space is
It was heartening to see Pakistani showbiz personalities joining the global protests on climate change on Sept 20.
“I don’t believe in luck or in hard work without the so-called “work smart”.
A tale of two generations
Published in Dawn, Young World, October 12th, 2019
Using in-season fruits in any recipe brings a lot of flavour and freshness that cannot be matched by any canned or...
“Dead people receive more flowers than the living ones because regret is stronger than gratitude.” — Anne Frank
Creativity is just intelligence having fun — Albert Einstein
What comes to your mind when you hear the word, ‘perfection?’ One might think of excellent academic results, a...
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