Whether Imran Khan’s tsunami proves a mere storm in a tea cup or a genuine game changer, he is to be credited for making the electoral contest a lot more colourful.
Badami Bagh is not the first (nor almost assuredly will it be the last), incident of violence against Christians and other minorities in Pakistan.
“The notorious land mafia is using clerics to implicate innocent people under the blasphemy laws”
Mohsin Hamid’s latest novel boasts many witticisms and literary sleights of hand, but it is his sensitive portrayal of people trying to survive in a cruel world that makes it a compelling read.
Mira Nair’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist is an intriguing, international thriller and not much is removed from the core themes of its source.
“We are playing our role in that larger struggle through our music”
Parween Rehman’s shocking murder has left the entire country in mourning for a woman who dedicated her life to helping the downtrodden.
Will the same self-seeking opportunists make it to parliament, or will 2013 throw up a few good men and women who seek to turn this country around?
In a nutshell, it’s the digital photo mosaic like you’ve never seen before.
“I do believe in the power of art. It is a form of knowledge and it does bring change in its own indirect way.”