An estimated 15-20pc of Pakistanis use bottled water because of fears of unsafe drinking water supplied in the system.
A few kilometres from Abbottabad, Thandiani is a nature-lover and photographer’s delight
Digital networks teem with jokes, satirical videos and memes about everything — from politics to the absurdities of new
A group show brings forth multiple object-based narratives which can be read beyond their surface appeal
Nine faint red lines discovered at Blombos Cave in South Africa are considered a piece of drawing that is at least
As more families realise the importance of two incomes to run homes, the need for more day-care facilities for children
Pakistani women are increasingly using permanent make-up
Toys are the source of some of the greatest stresses in parents’ lives
Cabbages and apples are packed with nutrition and abundantly available, what better time than this to cook some healthy
Saving water in the garden by using tips and techniques is just as important as saving it in the home
‘I am being bullied at school’
The optics of cleanliness campaigns have been used throughout modern history by populists
Like millions of other kids in Pakistan, Shahdad Marri was deprived of education because of abject poverty. Remarkably
The names being touted for providing PCB its new direction — Misbah, Intikhab and Wasim — have their own merits and
Hajrah Khan, captain of the national women’s football team, shocked her admirers when she recently admitted she was
Mohammed Hanif’s third novel is released globally on October 18. Eos presents a worldwide exclusive excerpt from the
Aaron and Barbara Levine spent 20 years purchasing art by Marcel Duchamp, the pioneering conceptual artist ...
An exhibition in Petit Palais in Paris highlights the hitherto little known history of a group of impressionists’ exile
Adeela Suleman meticulously crafts the underlying horrors of a battle in her solo show
Construction of an underground tunnel for the Orange Line Metro Train in Lahore a few feet away from the shrine of
Amidst crammed galis, sit hard-working designers, looking for clientele but, sadly, few now show up
A new collection of 13 poignant short stories showcases the quietness with which Aamer Hussein portrays turmoil and
Yasmeen Hameed has published five collections of poems from 1988 to 2012 and edited anthologies of Pakistani Urdu...
In a new novel, a young woman attempts to sleep away an entire year to get over her existential ennui
Muhammad Hasan Askari has always intrigued me as a formidable scholar, writer and critic. But his conceptualisation...
A fresh and exciting approach to pen portraits attempts to include the milieu of the subjects, but only manages to
Reminiscent of Agatha Christie’s famous murder mystery, this whodunnit is surprising and gratifying
The naiveté of the modernisation project was a direct result of uncritical acceptance of the colonisers’
Milkman wins the Man Booker 2018 Northern Irish author Anna Burns has won this year’s Man Booker Prize for her novel
Bina Shah’s novel about a dystopian future paints a fascinating world, rich with detail and intricate in its imaginings
At the age of 31, I read widely in about four languages: English, French, Italian and Spanish. By the age of 36 ...
Nisar Muhammad Khan, who passed away on September 7, will be remembered for his singular contributions to Pakhtun
Usually, the crassness of politics and power agitates you and the refinement in art and literature soothes. But then...
In a collection of essays, Raza Rumi goes back into a shared history to understand what it means to be a Pakistani in
A travelogue of great erudition, but also a heartfelt lament about the ecological degradation of the author’s native
A critique of liberalism from a conservative perspective argues that there is an unresolved contradiction within it
From Stasis to Mobility: Arab Muslim Feminists and Travelling Theory Saiyma Aslam The author looks at works by...
Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi, our major poet, fiction writer and literary editor from the last century, once recalled meeting ...
Fatima Bhutto’s sophomore novel is a tender account of how identity, representation, alienation, faith and desire are
After a spell of five years, Fatima Bhutto is back with her second work of fiction, The Runaways. Set largely in...
A collection of short stories that anyone can see themselves in, with Indian American culture humming in the background