Art, Arts & Culture »

[26 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Engaging the Audience

If art reflects the common experience of the people, why should it be seen only by a handful?

Health »

[25 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Blood and Tears?

There are 5,000 new cases of thalassaemia in Pakistan every year – most in off-spring of consanguineous unions. But since there is still no comprehensive data to show that marriages between cousins should be contraindicated, these continue unabated.

Speaker's Corner, Viewpoint »

[24 May 2015 | One Comment | ]
A Law Unto Themselves

Why are jihadi outfits being allowed to mock the parliamentary resolution by threatening to send fighters to Yemen in aid of Saudi forces?

International News »

[23 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Letter From India: A Suicide and a Padayatra

As a farmer commits suicide in Rajasthan, Rahul Gandhi undertakes a countrywide padayatra to highlight the plight of the farmers.

Books »

[23 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Book Review: Song in his Soul

A special child and his grandfather explore the wonderful world of classical music.

Books, People »

[23 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Interview: Soniah Kamal

Soniah Kamal speaks to Newsline about the genesis of her first novel.

Books »

[23 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
Book Review: An Isolated Incident

Soniah Kamal takes up issues of identity, integration and heritage in her debut novel, set against the backdrop of conflict-ridden Kashmir.

Heritage »

[23 May 2015 | Comments Off | ]
The Way We Were

The festival at Hinglaj demonstrates the essence of age-old secular harmony – but the increasingly looming presence of a sectarian organisation in the area could change all that.