Mohsin Hamid’s latest novel boasts many witticisms and literary sleights of hand, but it is his sensitive portrayal of people trying to survive in a cruel world that makes it a compelling read.
The fourth Karachi Literature Festival faced a few early setbacks but in the end delivered the fine balance of literature, politics and controversy it has come to be known for.
“I don’t expect the urbanised class to understand the level of slavery the rural women experience”
Non-government organisations are mushrooming in Pakistan. But how many are effecting meaningful change and how many are simply following the dictates of foreign donors?
Adeela Suleman’s latest show is an exploration of death and the afterlife, but with her own unique take on both.
Photographer Ameer Hamza travels around Pakistan, capturing the diverse multi-faith expressions of the people with his camera.
In his latest show, Qamar Siddiqui explores themes of spirituality and materialism.
There are more than 1.6 million cases pending in the courts. But is anything being done to ease the burden?
In his latest collection of drawings, Babar Moghul explores fantastical themes and imagery.
Taqi Shaheen and Aamir Habib’s works address the culture and the violence of the the land we live in.