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Book Review:  The State of Islam

Toor’s The State of Islam offers an insightful account of how Islam has been used by assorted leaders in Pakistan to further their own interests and agendas.

Art, Arts & Culture »

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Art Review: Adeel uz Zafar

Adeel uz Zafar’s Stranger Than Fiction exhibition at Gandhara Art feels like a walk through a dystopian Disneyland.

Arts & Culture, Books »

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Book Review: Turkish Awakening

Ataturk’s Turkey underwent a ‘rebirth’ under its present leader, Tayyip Erdogan. It is this new, multi-layered Turkey that Alev Scott depicts in her first book.

People, Profiles, Q & A »

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Interview: Dr Vali Reza Nasr

“The problem with Islamic fundamentalist thinking is that it is ahistorical”

News & Politics, Society »

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Licence To Kill?

The misuse of the blasphemy law has led to a disturbing trend of vigilantism and mob justice. The state needs to take a closer look to ensure that the rule of law is enforced.

Arts & Culture, Fashion, Society »

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Lights, Camera, Fashion

FPW Autumn/Winter saw designs that were daring, disappointing and decisive.

Art, Arts & Culture, Q & A »

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Interview: Sherezade Alam

Exuberant, articulate and clearly as much in love with matti as she was the day she fashioned her first pot, Sheherezade talks to Newsline about her sojourn in China.

Art, Arts & Culture »

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Art Review: Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali ruffles a few feathers with his provocative canvas.