Ammara Ahmad is a writer based in Lahore who tweets as @ammawarites. Her work has appeared in the Malaysiakini, Indian Express, Newslaundry and The Print. Her complete works are available on www.ammaraahmad.com
Some memories from my theatrical appearances
A visit to Bhagat Singh’s native village Banga reminds one of how extraordinary his rise in the Indian Freedom Movement was
The state is clearly beginning to acknowledge his legacy and its tourist potential
Crazy scenes at Gaddafi Stadium where the Pakistan Super League’s semi-final was going on
Some fond memories from Basant days
The festival was marked by a bright constellation of celebrity authors
Colourful scenes at Krishna Temple
The tiny dents that young activists like Raza Mahmood Khan make on the narrative of violence and coercion are precious, and worth preserving....
The 1st International Punjabi Conference at LUMS was more than just an exclusive event; it meant the beginning of a rewarding journey
Lahore has been most favourable for activists, or is it?