Braving dust, thirst and robbers on the trail with the oil and diesel smugglers of Balochistan.
A local tour operator in Karachi organises tours for students to help spread awareness about different faiths and people
The rain gods have not been kind to the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup in England and Wales.
When your mind wakes up but your body is still asleep can be a frightening experience for some
Graduates from the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture impress art lovers with their wide range of ideas
An exhibition explores and questions the idea of home and its relation to the identity crisis caused by large-scale
A critique of colonial modernism that has led to the romanticisation of irrationality, ghettoisation and the emergence
Here’s a quirky list of Cliftonia’s own upcoming movies to hit the screens in 2019 … it’s looking to be a big year
‘Am I just being over-sensitive and silly?’
All your gardening queries answered here
After serving years in prison, even those eventually acquitted step back into a society unwilling to reintegrate them.
Urbanisation, development and hordes of domestic tourists are fast changing the landscape of our Northern Areas,
Wheelchair tennis, which has recently been introduced in the country by the Pakistan Tennis Federation, has managed to
Busy flaunting faith and religion in the most superficial ways, our society has discovered ways to take their deep
Imran Qureshi impresses art lovers and critics with his gigantic canvases at the Gallerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Paris
How often have we participated in meetings or in social gatherings and felt pressured to agree with the majority? Or...
When dress becomes an expression of your nationality and piety.
Foccacia bread, pasta and antipasto rounded off with luscious tiramisu — this is how to romance the flavours of Italy
‘My father rejects all my marriage proposals’
With double cropping, you can have lots of fruit, vegetables and flowers all year round
Given the severe housing crisis in the country, the government’s housing initiative is both important and ambitious.
Celebrated Western scholar Juan Cole situates the birth of Islam in the middle of an apocalyptic showdown between Rome
Peter Frankopan’s sequel to his bestseller is a breezy and compelling contemporary history combined with an insight
Introspection: Soul-searching Essays Cdr (R) Khalid Durrani This collection of essays — many of which originally...
An almost pre-adolescent high school take on the persecution of the vulnerable and on the gore, the greed and the
As we read in history, since ancient times the Indian subcontinent has attracted explorers and invaders to raid its...
Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina died in May 2019 at the young age of 48 but, in his short lifetime, he made as ...
Javed Jabbar’s latest book attempts to deal with Pakistan’s ‘image’ and integration problems, but is less than scholarly
A new novel presents a very believable oral history of a fictional band from the 1970s, with all the sex, drugs, rock
A Russian scholar’s exploration of the rule of four female heads of government in South Asia makes for fruitful reading
A celebrated Tamil novelist writes two sequels to his own award-winning and vilified novel and allows the reader
I begin with a qualification that Pakistan’s intellectual scene — academic, artistic, literary and social — is...
Muhammad (PBUH): Role Model for Humanity Professor Muhammad Rafi A simply written, easy-to-read-in-one-go summation
An anthology of essays on the critical challenges facing Pakistan tries to identify the reasons for the chronic problems
Mountains, forests, the earth and waters in Pakistan’s enchanting folk tales are characters in their own right
A new novel about Bahadur Shah Zafar’s court and one of his concubines goes further than most popular historical fiction
The psychiatrist author of an award-winning collection of short stories isn’t interested in the endings of stories —
Have you ever looked at your bookshelf and noticed how many titles by women have made it there? Not many, I would...
A new book explores the nexus between Indian politics and Bollywood
A delightful travelogue not only captures the essence of long-distance train travel but imbues the reader with the
In her polyvocal novel The Runaways, Fatima Bhutto examines Pakistan’s fluidity and reinvention in a digital age...