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THE GRAPEVINE

It’s been quite a while since the effervescent Saba Qamar was seen on the silver screen. By that we mean the last time



THE TUBE

All hell breaks loose after Ayesha’s (Madiha Imam) vicious brother-in-law Mazhar (Tipu Sharif) accuses her of having an



FICTION: AGAINST THE ODDS

Despite sometimes mawkish dialogue and a lack of character development beyond its protagonists, a novel attempts


COLUMN: THE NOWHERE MEN

As I drove through the unfamiliar suburb of Acton on a sunny Sunday afternoon, I was thinking how London, with its...













Housing scheme

BEFORE coming to power, the ruling party, Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf promised to build five million housing units for...

Railway and suicides

WHILE train accidents are discussed, committing suicide by using a train is not recognised in Pakistan. All...

‘Prisoners of injustice’

THIS is apropos your editorial ‘Prisoners of injustice’ (Sept 14). It is strange Saudi Arabia and Middle Eastern...

University rankings

THE World Ranking of Universities (2020 edition) was released recently and it portrays a very grim picture of higher...

Wasim Akram’s apology

Cricket icon Wasim Akram sent a tweet on Sept 15 congratulating Pakistani boxing champion Mohammad Waseem and asking...

Metropole Hotel

METROPOLE Hotel is more of a memorial than an ordinary hotel. Many couples had their wedding vows and parties there....

UN apathy

IT is surprising to see that for the last 40 days almost 10 to 15 people have been killed daily by Indian forces and...

Garbage politics

KARACHI is at its worst. I have never seen Karachi in such a dire strait. We are taxpayers and look what we get —...



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