When eminent Pakistani historian K K Aziz wrote The Murder of History: A Critique of History Textbooks Used in Pakistan…
Farida M. Said reviews Kenzie Mourad’s novel Dans la ville d’or et d’argent’s English translation, In the city of gold & silver
There is no subtext at all to this film. It has a thin, simple and debatably silly plot.
For anyone interested in the architectural heritage of the Indus Valley, this book will definitely be indispensable.
BBC’s Citizen Khan’s narrative veers between the family home and the local mosque.
Mira Nair’s adaptation of Mohsin Hamid’s 2007 book.
It is interesting to learn who authorised the initial cyber attacks on Iran.
The thematic concerns are just as lofty in The Newsrooms as in Sorkin’s previous shows.
One of the first things that strikes you as you walk around the exhibition is the sheer range of work that Damien Hirst has produced throughout his career, as well as the expense of the materials used.
A close look at how sectarian violence is rising alarmingly across Pakistan
Umer Farooq and Mubashir Zaidi dig deep to explore the flaws and gaps in the tax machinery.