More than a month into 2012, the past year already feels like a distant memory. Newsline has compiled some of the biggest events of 2011 as a reminder of the many tragedies and occasional triumphs that took place not so long ago.
During a seminar at SZABIST, Dr Fouzia Saeed questioned the norms of Pakistani society and asked the attendees to stand up for gender equality once and for all, saying, “I’m counting on your generation.”
As writers from several countries make their way to the 3rd Karachi Literature Festival this weekend, questions about life in Pakistan are probably foremost in their minds. Here is what some Pakistani writers had to say about how to survive in Pakistan in 2012.