Millennials have forever changed the way we look at or do businesses.
Kashif Jadoon, ceo, blutech big data
For US Muslims, Trump’s absence of insults raises cynicism
Karachi’s oldest bookstore is being revamped and refurbished with a passion
What’s the best way to pick the right honey?
Jadhav’s confession — along with the more recent Ehsanullah Ehsan interview, where he says RAW was supporting militant
One supportive father’s initiative has set a precedent for girls to attend a boys’ school
There are at least a thousand ways to enjoy Thousand Island dressing
This year’s theme for the Karachi Biennale is ‘Witness’ — in which artists, writers, poets and the citizens ...
Your gardening queries answered
Exploring the private world of Nahid Raza and her studio
Trump’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia adds a new twist to the potboiler politics of the Middle East.
‘My parents will not approve of the guy I want to marry’
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar’s return only increases political tension in Afghanistan
May 21 was the death anniversary of Hyder Bux Jatoi, the face of the erstwhile peasant movement in Sindh. Eos looks back
Imran Khan’s harping on times when Pakistani leaders were more respected has more than a touch of fiction
Beginning June 1, the ICC Champions Trophy will have eight of the finest cricketing sides slug it out at three venues
Younis Khan’s career spanned 17 years. Time enough for a boy to grow up
How Pakistani-Americans are making their interfaith and interracial marriages work
The ancient Al-Fahidi district in the Emirate is home now mainly to labourers from Pakistan and India.
With prison reform, vocational training was introduced and prisoners had the option of earning money. It was seen as a
As the fate of Fata continues to hang in the balance, this splendid work of research may help explain the causes of the
Pen-sketches that provide context to a political debate that stands far from settled
TV’s greatest show ever (nearly four years after the end of the series, I consider none of its recent competition...
A devotee’s paean to the founder of Sikhism
A collection of contemporary poems that succeed in getting their message across
Part eight of the series exploring Pakistani Urdu writing over the past 70 years
In our case where history is not taught in schools, it is through our great poets and fiction-writers that we become
New research into the Pakistan-India river dispute appears to imply perpetual conflict
Bilal Tanweer brings to a wider audience the oddballs of a little neighbourhood in Karachi
Over the last five years, writing and information-communication technologies have been merging into a powerful tool for
A poignant piece of work that explores the horrors of immigrant lives
Tackling stereotypes and in the process, creating empathy
A visitor from Singapore journeys across the country in search of lost Sikh heritage
Demolishing the idea of the ‘magnanimity’ of the Raj
English translations of short stories by a leading light of Urdu literature opens up her writing to the world
In ‘Muhabbat ka Bulava’ a young man falls in love with his friend’s sister and when his loved one’s very rich father
Post-9/11, the murmur of Muslim women’s voices grows louder
A Pakistani biography of Einstein fails to justify itself
In his essay, ‘The Curse of The Moroccan Writer’, Fouad Laroui’s description of the problems faced by Moroccan...
Straightening out over a century of confusion around the Salafist movement