With Abdullah Hussain’s demise, a vital chapter of Urdu literature comes to an end.
Imran Khan may not have achieved his goal of instant power through his dharnas, but he has inspired a whole generation of protesters.
Erstwhile Newsline reporter, now author, Mohammed Hanif takes his former editor on an enlightening tour of her pet peeves and introduces her to a few new ones.
Author Mohammad Hanif examines the seedy nature and meticulous inner-workings of Karachi’s ammunitions industry at a time when the industry as a whole was booming.
Newsline takes you back in time to 1989 to inspect how violence became a part of Pakistan’s youth culture.
The army and its advocates in the media often worry about Pakistan’s image, as if we are not suffering from a long-term serious illness, but a seasonal bout of acne that just needs better skin care.
Suhail Waraich’s Qatil Kaun will take you as close to Bhutto’s assassins, their facilitators and shielders as you’re ever likely to get.
A young man’s journey from the backwaters to bright lights, big city – and how the literary seed was sown…
From religious overreach to conspiracy mongering, Mohammed Hanif looks back at a decade when Pakistan lost its mind.
It has been two years since Benazir Bhutto’s assassination. Here, Mohammed Hanif remembers her life and how it crossed his.