In parallel to reforms within the madressah sector, alternatives to madressah education should be improved.
‘Scholarship students’ continue to face discrimination and often struggle to integrate at elite universities.
In a small corner of Karachi’s oldest neighbourhood, a struggling former professional footballer is on a mission
To eliminate plastic usage, lifestyle changes need to be made gradually
Paris Romantique displays artworks from the Romantic era of early 19th century France ironically during a time
Twenty-two artists reflect on the hope represented by the promise of ‘Naya Pakistan’
Electoral analyses of last year’s elections show that 18 pc of women voted differently from their male counterparts.
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‘I want to break my engagement but it would be considered a revolt against family’
Harvesting rainwater is essential in this water-scarce era
In light of the dramatic developments in India-held Jammu and Kashmir — the Indian government’s unilateral revocation of
The Englishwoman who became an inalienable part of Pakistan’s leftist gatherings and, indeed, of the country’s history
Mahoor Shahzad, Pakistan’s reigning badminton champion, comes from a family of athletes and is the first female player
Negative commentary on people’s appearance not only hurts their feelings, it has the potential to affect their physical
Revisiting the history of art and design uncovers the role of artists who traversed boundaries of both fields
Much of our lives are lived in conformity with family values, social structures, local laws, political and economic...
Self-Orientalism actually exposes Orientalism as an idea that eventually ends up doing what it accuses others of doing.
A must-read for those among us willing to critically re-examine our ideas about the past, sets the record straight about
As I write this column, a sense of agitation and urgency threatens to overpower my emotions. Recently, the Indian...
Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winner Toni Morrison, who died August 5, allowed her imagination to boldly go where no
Arundhati Roy’s most recent novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, is set largely in Delhi and Kashmir and weaves
Health and Sustainable Development Goals for Pakistan Edited by Zulfiqar A. Bhutta and Jai K. Das
An English translation of the jail memoirs of the only surviving member of the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case accused,
Three collections by British poets give Pakistani English poetry new dimensions
A sequel to a critically acclaimed debut novel allows us to see the lives of characters beyond the last page of the
Despite growing up in a celebrity household, Ali Kazmi chose to pay his dues in his quest to become an actor that people
Despite its seemingly sorrowful premise, The Farewell surprises and moves you with its consistently uplifting and
To be honest, when actress Maya Ali told a journalist that her father did not talk to her for eight years after she
Despite having achieved super-stardom in the film industry decades ago, Shabnam has never let it go to her head.
Low pay, a paucity of emerging young talent and burnout of overworked animation teams are just some of the fears being
Just when we thought the miserable bit was over with Aida (Sohai Ali Abro) and Amaan (Osman Khalid Butt) getting married
Anoushey Ashraf talks about making the transition from television to radio and what she has in store as the first woman
A new trend is emerging in Pakistani cinema: producers not holding a premiere of film for fear that negative early
In contrast to fashion’s shiny outward veneer, there are plenty of stories of high-end designers delivering wedding
If you can check your brain in at the door, Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw will show you a fun time
Here’s an example of how divided our entertainment industry is. Or one could argue that everyone’s entitled to their
Napa’s recently concluded off-season theatre festival once again drove home Napa’s contribution to the arts and to
Since the story has deviated from its main theme of harassment of women at the workplace for the past few episodes, we
Asim Raza’s Parey Hut Love is a perfectly orchestrated piece of cinema, where every aspect — from swelling music cues to
With its emotion-raising climax, director Ehteshamuddin’s Superstar is an intelligently crafted film that has only a few
Director Asim Raza’s Parey Hut Love is a gamble — that he and his star team can make a mainstream film, even one with
When you hear the term “bullying”, what comes to your mind?
Published in Dawn, Young World, August 17th, 2019
One of the most anticipated flicks of the year The Angry Birds Movie 2 was released in Pakistan this Eidul Azha.
Judy Blume’s Freckle Juice is a book for young readers who have recently discovered the joys of reading ...
The world’s first laboratory must have been the kitchen where experiments took place and all kinds of inventions...
The Little Mermaid TV special
526 teeth removed from boy’s mouth