Back on track

For long, Pakistan has needed and received Saudi Arabia’s support. Now, may be the time to reciprocate


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Tranquil seclusion

Tranquil seclusion

Faizan Riedinger’s solo show at Art Chowk Gallery speaks of peace and harmony

Digitalising philanthropy

Digitalising philanthropy

Charity organisations are now working more dynamically, curating impactful campaigns stirring donors to ...

Fighting for life

Fighting for life

Should the past serve the present or should it be treated as a relic truthful to the age it belonged to?

The road less taken

The road less taken

A traveller takes an unfamiliar route to a familiar destination and stumbles upon many a wonder that he...

Singing in the darkness

Singing in the darkness

An anthology of poems by women about the discrimination against and oppression of women in South Asia


Political Economy

A believer in unity

Prince Mohiuddin was a staunch believer in the necessity of uniting Baloch people


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Maanu releases ‘Melancholic’

Amongst the most exciting independent artists of our times, Maanu often flies under the radar


Shehr

Street-wise, but not quite

Street-wise, but not quite

The WCLA’s latest project to redo the streets and gallis of the Walled City raises some important questions

That’s Eid

That’s Eid

There are lots of things that we can do to enjoy the Eid holidays while sitting at home amid the pandemic

Four centres for 12 million

Four centres for 12 million

The paucity of Covid vaccination centres, coupled with the district administration’s decision to allow walk-in...

Buon Festivale!

Buon Festivale!

Dr Ajaz Anwar remembers what a usual Eid day was like, back in the day


Sports

Do you remember these cancellations and disruptions?

Do you remember these cancellations and disruptions?

From the 1975 Headingley Test to the 2006 Oval forfeiture, disruptions have been a part of the game all along

Records galore

Records galore

Abid Ali and Hasan Ali break records against a weak Zimbabwe side

Pakistan’s first Test series win abroad

Pakistan’s first Test series win abroad

Pakistan’s impressive triumph on the 1973 tour of New Zealand was their first ever series victory. It had taken them 20 years to reach this goal and make a cherished dream come true

Pakistan cricket’s fallen idols

Pakistan cricket’s fallen idols

They earned respect during their careers, but lost it due to their actions after retirement

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Photo Feature

Pensioners’ protest

These senior citizens are forced to spend their golden years visiting pension offices endlessly and demonstrating about the difficulties they face in getting their dues rather than being able to retire in peace