THE RISE OF PAKISTANI TECH

THE RISE OF PAKISTANI TECH

Pakistani start-ups have thus far secured at least 240 million dollars in investment in 2021 alone. Updated 19 Sep, 2021 01:06pm
TOURISM: FOLLY IN THE HINDU KUSH

TOURISM: FOLLY IN THE HINDU KUSH

In 1997, the PMLN poured millions into opening a PTDC motel in beautiful Birmogh Lasht in Chitral. It never received a single
Published 19 Sep, 2021 07:26am
SHOOTING: PAKISTAN’S SHOOTING STAR

SHOOTING: PAKISTAN’S SHOOTING STAR

Of the three Pakistani shooters who qualified for and competed at the recent Tokyo Olympics, young Gulfam Joseph came...
Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:43am
EXHIBITION: UNDERSTANDING NAPOLEON

EXHIBITION: UNDERSTANDING NAPOLEON

A Paris park is holding an exhibition of paintings, sculptures, scripts and other writings to mark the 200th death anniversary...
Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:43am
ARTSPEAK: SEARCHING FOR AFGHANISTAN

ARTSPEAK: SEARCHING FOR AFGHANISTAN

Ten years of USSR occupation, 20 years of US occupation and a dangerous interregnum of devastation caused by hidden...
Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:43am
ADVICE: AUNTIE AGNI

ADVICE: AUNTIE AGNI

‘My boyfriend treats me like trash but I love him’...
Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:43am
GARDENING: SUCCULENTS FOR EVERY TASTE

GARDENING: SUCCULENTS FOR EVERY TASTE

These happy and healthy plants are beautiful and easy to care for, both indoors and out, as long as you follow a few simple...
Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:43am
ANATOMY OF A RESISTANCE

ANATOMY OF A RESISTANCE

Eos presents an essay from the recently published book 'Womansplaining'
Updated 12 Sep, 2021 10:51am
LAW: PROTECTING WOMEN FROM VIOLENCE

LAW: PROTECTING WOMEN FROM VIOLENCE

In 2019, the Chief Justice of Pakistan announced the setting up of 1,000 specialised courts throughout Pakistan to deal with...
Published 12 Sep, 2021 07:15am
OUTSIDE EDGE: WET BEHIND THE TEARS

OUTSIDE EDGE: WET BEHIND THE TEARS

For all its inventiveness, cricket continues to be deeply vexed by rain. Can anything be done about it? Here are some suggestions…
Published 12 Sep, 2021 07:15am
IN MEMORIAM: THE END OF AN ERA

IN MEMORIAM: THE END OF AN ERA

With the death of Sardar Ataullah Mengal, Balochistan’s first chief minister, on September 2, an era of Baloch politics also...
Updated 12 Sep, 2021 09:40am
EXHIBITION: I’M EVERY WOMAN

EXHIBITION: I’M EVERY WOMAN

Amber Arifeen takes inspiration from strong, powerful and independent women who lived their life boldly, to explore the nature...
Updated 17 Sep, 2021 12:39pm
EXHIBITION: MAKING A CONNECTION

EXHIBITION: MAKING A CONNECTION

Raheela Abro dexterously converts mobile SIM cards into works of art that communicate social and national identities...
Published 12 Sep, 2021 07:15am
ADVICE: AUNTIE AGNI

ADVICE: AUNTIE AGNI

‘My mother loves to make fun of all my flaws’...
Published 12 Sep, 2021 07:15am
ESSAY: IT IS FOR THE CHILD, SIR

ESSAY: IT IS FOR THE CHILD, SIR

A child’s education begins at birth, not in the school, and is automatically in the mother tongue. Any interruption in the
Published 19 Sep, 2021 09:50am
COLUMN: THREE EXEMPLARY POETS

COLUMN: THREE EXEMPLARY POETS

There are three women Urdu poets — long settled in North America now — who continue to surprise and elate their...
Published 19 Sep, 2021 09:43am
BOOKS IN BRIEF

BOOKS IN BRIEF

Coming from a Dubai-based lawyer and adviser on banking and corporate matters, this compact yet comprehensive guide meets the
Published 19 Sep, 2021 09:39am
NON-FICTION: DIPLOMATIC UNNICETIES

NON-FICTION: DIPLOMATIC UNNICETIES

A Pakistani diplomat’s recollections of his experiences in the foreign service often leave the reader enveloped in a deep air of
Published 12 Sep, 2021 11:23am
FICTION: SURVIVAL REIGNS SUPREME

FICTION: SURVIVAL REIGNS SUPREME

With a sparse and to-the-point writing style, a collection of short stories relies heavily on the reader’s ability to read between
Published 12 Sep, 2021 11:23am
COLUMN: SOME IRISH POETS

COLUMN: SOME IRISH POETS

While there’s little doubt that some of the finest English-language poetry, especially in the 20th century, has...
Published 12 Sep, 2021 10:45am
FICTION: ALIENS ACROSS GENERATIONS

FICTION: ALIENS ACROSS GENERATIONS

A Booker Prize long-listed novel delves into the lives of characters trying to liberate themselves from being slotted in boxes...
Published 05 Sep, 2021 07:15am
FICTION: DJINNS AND FREE WILL

FICTION: DJINNS AND FREE WILL

Those expecting to be regaled by a highly supernatural tale are bound to be disappointed, but there is plenty else to be...
Published 29 Aug, 2021 07:06am
COLUMN: THE RETURN OF ATTIA HOSAIN

COLUMN: THE RETURN OF ATTIA HOSAIN

Last Monday evening — three days before her novel Sunlight on a Broken Column and her collection of stories ...
Published 29 Aug, 2021 07:06am
NON-FICTION: THE STRUGGLE FOR THE TRUTH

NON-FICTION: THE STRUGGLE FOR THE TRUTH

The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists presents a comprehensive historical record and political history as well as a highly...
Published 29 Aug, 2021 07:06am
NON-FICTION: FINDING PAKISTAN

NON-FICTION: FINDING PAKISTAN

A historian’s latest work is one that deserves to be read by everyone interested in finding the intellectual and political...
Published 22 Aug, 2021 07:03am
FICTION: LITTLE WOMEN, DROWNING

FICTION: LITTLE WOMEN, DROWNING

A debut novella focuses on the rigid gender roles Pakistani society dictates, told through the emotional story of a woman...
Published 22 Aug, 2021 07:03am
NON-FICTION: A GALAXY OF MUSIC LEGENDS

NON-FICTION: A GALAXY OF MUSIC LEGENDS

Transcriptions of interviews conducted with the Subcontinent’s greatest musicians provide fascinating insights and anecdotes...
Published 22 Aug, 2021 07:03am