Veteran Afghan hand, Ahmed Rashid’s new book provides a comprehensive and chilling view on the resurgent Talibanisation of Afghanistan and its spreading tentacles in Pakistan’s frontier.
Amartya Sen identifies the nexus between conflict and notions of all-encompassing identity.
Advani’s autobiography is a true reflection of the man – an extreme xenophobe committed to Hindu political advancement.
Magic, deception, fantasy and history collide in Salman Rushdie’s new novel where a Florentine traveller arrives at Fatehpur Sikri and shows Akbar that we are all so alike.
Outlining the idiosyncrasies, strengths and flaws of some characters who have shaped Pakistan’s history, Arshad Sami Khan’s book is a highly readable narrative.
Will an even-handed analysis of the real motive behind the closure of BCCI ever be done, wonders Khurshid Hadi, as he takes issue with Tariq Ali’s TV script, A Banker for all Seasons.
The launch of art critic Salwat Ali’s collection of articles and reviews.
When was the last time we heard that what this country needs is another Zia?” says author Mohammed Hanif.
In her bold, posthumously published book, Benazir Bhutto sets the record straight on Islam and democracy, laying out a path for a reconciliation, not a clash, of civilisations.
Renowned author Kamila Shamsie returns with fond memories of two literary festivals she recently attended in Sri Lanka and India.