Love, InshAllah – The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women explores themes which are often considered taboo in the ‘nation of Islam.’
“Awareness is always the first step in building towards a solution”
While Saving Face invokes horror and tragedy, it also strikes a positive note in the manner it depicts the fight of the acid attack victims and society to redress a grave issue.
Compared to his larger-than-life portfolio of translated texts, Musharraf Ali Farooqi’s first novel is austere and sparse.
Despite a melodramatic climax, people who braved Bal Thackeray and his threats of violence and vandalism to see Shah Rukh stating the obvious will not be disappointed.
Talat Rahim introduces the nation to the world of ‘civil serpents,’ sinister ministers and other curious creatures in her debut book on Pakistan’s bureaucracy.
“Most development practitioners today do not understand the link between poverty and natural resources,” says Aban Marker Kabraji, Regional Director, IUCN, Asia.