What we call Chinese food is basically just a slightly tangy way of making the same things we have always been making
How can these marching women have the audacity to demand their basic human rights?
Chickens now attend all our weddings and funerals
Zia’s crackdown on political dissidents and journalists resulted in the arrest of thousands of people
Coming from the Niazi tribe spread across Mianwali district, Khan is a Punjabi by birth, a Lahori by residence
What I have learnt about the ride-sharing service and its captains during my commutes
He has his fingers dipped in a little bit of everything, cutting himself a piece of every pie.
DC's latest feature has fallen victim to dull storytelling, empty theatrics and tedious dialogue.
The world has known for ages that women have a sense of humour, after all they marry men.
Model Town, DHA and Bahria Town all promise a sealed and secure place to live away from the have-nots, but at what cost?
This year Pakistanis make up the fourth largest group of undocumented migrants arriving in Greece.
On the Pak-Afghan border, this town's underdevelopment is sometimes a facade that hides the material oasis inside
The travails of migration to Europe
Will the long-standing insurgency in Balochistan see a peaceful resolution through negotiation and dialogue
How power is lost in Pakistan's distribution lines.
Inside the enigmatic world of Urdu digests
Moments of delight, cases of disappointment and everythign in between at literary festivals.