Ayesha Salman describes her debut novel, Blue Dust, an emotional story that follows three generations of a family in Pakistan and the Middle East.
Turning plastic bottles into stackable, water-efficient planters can play a big role in the global fight against hunger and malnutrition.
With 146 scheduled participants, including novelists, journalists, economists, educationalists, political analysts, artists and architects, it is clear that this year’s edition of the literary fest will be bigger than ever.
Seven ideas for your evening under the stars.
Walking through the laneways of this Saddar neighbourhood provides scores of little reminders of the city outside of the headlines: the real Karachi.
Pakistan Railways has come to a grinding halt. Newsline speaks to the people on ground to make sense of the quagmire in a bid to seek solutions for the ailing department.
A look back at Lahore-based jewellery designer Amber Sami’s exhibition at Koel Gallery in Karachi in October.
A special evening of music and dance was organised to showcase the multi-faceted legacy of the 12th-century Sufi mystic and poet.
World Mental Health Day is dedicated to raising public awareness about mental illness.
Sikander Rizvi’s solo venture, Xander’s, promises to be the next hangout for Karachi’s hip and young.