Estranged and divided

The events leading to Capt Safdar’s arrest have strengthened the opposition’s anti-establishment narrative



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Estranged and divided

Estranged and divided

The events leading to Capt Safdar’s arrest have strengthened the opposition’s anti-establishment narrative

Open and shut

Open and shut

As the number of Corona cases rises, students find themselves grappling with fear and uncertainty: Will...

The miniature of Naqsh

The miniature of Naqsh

Darbar-i-Jiddat at Art Citi Gallery pays homage to artist Jamil Naqsh

The treasure trove of Room 41

The treasure trove of Room 41

Given the innumerable treasures adorning the Victoria and Albert Museum in the UK, its most engaging part...

A symphony of inspiration

A symphony of inspiration

Amjad Ali’s new book is a selection of interviews of some of the greatest in Pakistani and Indian music


Political Economy

Legacy of resistance

Has Punjab welcomed every invader?


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Instep

Looking for diversity on TV

Having established television as the country’s most influential medium, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that the Pakistani awaam is now hungry for better and bigger (in scale and content both) dramas than they were ever before.


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Centre of investigation

Centre of investigation

The catastrophic fire at Hafeez Centre has proved yet again that all concerned departments of the city district...

Complain your heart out

Complain your heart out

For me, so far 2020 has been like a rollercoaster. And how

Toilet in a container

Toilet in a container

Where the government seems to lack interest in providing clean toilets for public consumption, a private organisation...

Encounter in Bagheechi Nihalchand

Encounter in Bagheechi Nihalchand

Dr Ajaz Anwar recalls the times when “many healthy, strong bulls could be seen leisurely loitering around in the...


Sports

Farewell Gul!

Farewell Gul!

Umar Gul served Pakistan well for more than a decade, helping the team win a number of laurels

Pregnancy and exercise

Pregnancy and exercise

This week, our panel of experts answers your queries from our readers on a variety of issues

Pakistan’s cricket diaspora: Hometown in Pakistan but played Tests for another country

Pakistan’s cricket diaspora: Hometown in Pakistan but played Tests for another country

Naoomal Jeeomal was a Karachi-born cricketer, who opened the batting in India’s inaugural Test against England at Lords in 1932

How much longer will Federer carry on playing?

How much longer will Federer carry on playing?

Wimbledon next summer could be the perfect stage for Roger Federer, the 20-time Grand Slam champion, to take his swansong

Contributors

  • Language of power

    Language of power

    Knowledge production is about power. But, what language should one contest power in?

  • Encounter in Bagheechi Nihalchand

    Encounter in Bagheechi Nihalchand

    Dr Ajaz Anwar recalls the times when “many healthy, strong bulls could be seen leisurely loitering around in the city”; making a special reference to “a jet-black majestic bull that was only a bit smaller than an elephant”

  • Dress parity

    Dress parity

    Faysal Bank’s newly-adopted dress code raises new questions and reinforces some old narratives

  • The treasure trove of Room 41

    The treasure trove of Room 41

    Given the innumerable treasures adorning the Victoria and Albert Museum in the UK, its most engaging part is Room 41 which contains the South Asia collection or the priceless treasures of an undivided India


Photo Feature

PMD’s maiden jalsa

Scenes at the PMD’s anti-government rally in Gujranwala