In the soaps , more than just a few appear to base their ‘drama’ on the madness of the potential heroine
The first soap opera was sponsored by Procter and Gamble, the manufacturers of a detergent
Sabyn Javeri explores the world of women and the hijab in her new short story collection, Hijabistan
Zainab received the fourth highest votes in Herald's Person of the Year 2018 poll
Zainab was brutalised and murdered before completing her seventh year of life
Even today, hundreds of serials produced appear to consist of the same cast, based on the same story
A conversation with the talented actress, playwright and director of social theatre from the Herald's 1984 archives
An analysis of five well-known films centred on the events of 1947
Feryal Ali Gauhar and artist Mohammad Ali Talpur collaborate to comment on the issue of kidnappings in Pakistan.
Ours is a nation blatantly desensitized to the struggles of the Afghan people, which we helped mastermind.
Abuse becomes pervasive when the victim becomes the perpetrator, ‘righting’ the wrong done to them.