News & Politics »

[27 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Pakistan’s  Privatisation Party

Pakistan has a long history of using privatisation, but the PML-N’s penchant for privatisation takes the supposed economic approach to new heights.

Books »

[27 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Book Review: Torment and Creativity

Shamim Ahmad takes a look at the relationship between literature and psychology and the disorders that influenced the writing of authors, from Shakespeare to Manto.

Society »

[26 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
A Battle of Wits

An Islamabad-based NGO uses humour to counter and expose the narrative used by extremist groups to recruit Pakistani youth to their cause.

Food »

[26 Jun 2014 | 2 Comments | ]
Restaurant Review: The East End

The East End offers traditional Bohri specialities with a surprising twist.

Art, Arts & Culture »

[26 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Artist Beyond Borders

New-York based Shahzia Sikandar uses tools of the digital age in her oeuvre to challenge the accepted notions of culture and identity.

Viewpoint »

[25 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
At War With Itself

Will the split within the TTP ranks help restart the stalled peace process or will it set the stage for further bloodshed in Pakistan?

News & Politics »

[25 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Balochistan’s Boko Haram

Teachers, parents and students have taken a stand against attempts to thwart education of girls in Makran.

Arts & Culture, Movies »

[25 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Classic Film Review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

The honesty of its script and the performances of its lead actors make Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? a classic