Lahore Literary Festival

COVER:Silver linings

COVER:Silver linings

LLF was in a tug of war with the government but the controversy didn’t take away from its interesting sessions
Updated 06 Mar, 2016 01:30pm
FESTIVAL: Political games

FESTIVAL: Political games

On the sessions that brought together myriad personalities to discuss global current affairs
Updated 28 Feb, 2016 08:30pm
LLF: On Pakistan’s frenemies

LLF: On Pakistan’s frenemies

By SABA IJAZ INDIA, USA, China and Bangladesh — these are the four countries which remain the centre of most...
Published 01 Mar, 2015 06:59am
LLF: Boundaries of reportage

LLF: Boundaries of reportage

THIS year’s LLF paid a great deal of attention to what cartoonist-journalist Joe Sacco calls “the seams of...
Published 01 Mar, 2015 06:59am
LLF: A city to call my own

LLF: A city to call my own

THE city is a contested space, drawn and redrawn by its denizens; and the tension that emerges out of these...
Published 01 Mar, 2015 06:59am

LLF: The character within

WHEN Naseeruddin Shah comes to town, and the LLF extends you an open invitation to come and hear him speak at the...
Published 01 Mar, 2015 06:59am

LLF: an inclusive space

ON comparing this year’s LLF from the previous years, one thing stands out in prominence. This year, there were a...
Published 01 Mar, 2015 06:59am