Movies »

[15 Jul 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Classic Film Review: Strangers on a Train

Bruno Anthony has a theory: if two men murder two strangers, the murderers can never be caught since no motive can be established between each man and his victim.

International News »

[15 Jul 2015 | Comments Off | ]
In Search of a Home

Forced to live as prisoners of the state in makeshift camps in Burma, the Rohingya are seeking sanctuary in neighbouring states, but few are inclined to take them in.

Editorial, News & Politics »

[15 Jul 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Editor’s Note

If the practitioners of democracy want to save democracy from adventurist generals, they will have to stop defrauding the awam with slogans of roti, kapra aur makan.

Arts & Culture, Heritage »

[4 Jul 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Tradition and Inspiration

The antique and the reinvented come together in a fascinating exhibition at the Mohatta Palace Museum.

Blog Row »

[28 Jun 2015 | One Comment | ]
Double Whammy

After more than four days without electricity during last week’s merciless heatwave, this frustrated Karachiite reached out to K-Electric’s top brass – and was taken aback by their response.

Blog Row, Books »

[27 Jun 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Book Review: The Spinner’s Tale

The Spinner’s Tale delves into the world of Karachi’s home-grown jihadis….

Movies »

[25 Jun 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Movie Review: Dil Dhadakne Do

A poignant yet hilarious family drama that explores the consequences of denying young adults the freedom to learn from their own mistakes.

News & Politics »

[25 Jun 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Cover Story: The Big Cover-Ups

Of what use are judicial commissions if their investigations are never made public?