Art, Arts & Culture »

[23 May 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Vague Wonders

Artists Rabeya Jalil and Nurayah Sheikh refuse to allow their works to be pinned down and understood at first glance. 

People, Q & A, Sports »

[21 May 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Interview: Najam Sethi

“No youngster has the luxury to sit on short-term laurels.”

News & Politics, Society »

[21 May 2014 | 2 Comments | ]
Cover Story: Cracks In The Media

In the aftermath of the attack on Hamid Mir, the story about the concerns over his life changed dramatically to a brewing media war. Within hours, a clear divide had emerged, with Geo in one corner and the rest of the media outlets in the other.

News & Politics »

[19 May 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Presidents-in-Waiting

Who will win round two of the Afghan presidential elections: former foreign minister, Dr Abdullah Abdullah, or former finance minister, Dr Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai?

Art, Arts & Culture »

[17 May 2014 | Comments Off | ]
In the Flesh

From Leonardo da Vinci to Lucien Freud, Irfan Hasan’s works are a nod to all the greats of Realism.

Arts & Culture, Books »

[16 May 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Book Review: The Gatekeeper’s Wife and other stories

UK-based author Rukhsana Ahmad’s The Gatekeeper’s Wife and other stories offers a rich tapestry of characters and their diverse experiences.

Q & A »

[16 May 2014 | Comments Off | ]
Interview: Geo TV

“If we are working on some foreign-funded agenda, don’t you think the ISI would have taken us to court?”

News & Politics, Society »

[13 May 2014 | One Comment | and ]
A Bridge Too Far?

Bahria Town’s Clifton flyover project has stirred controversy and led to a series of lawsuits. Not only does the project jeopardise a 150-year-old Hindu temple, and adjoining historical landmarks, but there is also doubt about whether the project’s approval process was above board.