Olomopolo Media organised its own version of the internationally observed ‘Banned Books Week,’ with people reading from books that were ever...
Getting a passport may have become mechanically efficient but managerial loopholes and miscommunication routinely cause uproars
Time to revisit those selling second-hand books on footpaths and sidewalks to see if they still have any takers
The lies we are telling our children
Noted Urdu writer’s house on Ferozepur Road, where he spent almost 50 years of his life, is being fought over for possession
‘Mazahyia Ijlaas,’ a production of Dramaducation’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Comedy, lived up to its name, providing hilarious sketches and...
Customarily, the Mela Jashn-e-Baharan begins in the first week of March every year, and lasts a fortnight. This year is going to be an exception
The authenticity of the setting in both books of fiction and non-fiction is a valid concern
It can be your most interesting or horrifying "Blind Date" ever. Anyone who claims to be a book fanatic would find the idea thrilling, nonetheless
Books in current times need to be marketed as much as the writers who wrote them. Here’s an attempt to understand the post writing phase