The author believes all human collectives are oppressive in some ways and uses writing to create tiny fissures of freedom whenever and wherever possible.
A third-world capital city, Phnom Penh is without the cacophony of honking horns and with both the sexes comfortably going about their everyday...
The internet is a new iteration of the public sphere and online users have the same legal protections that are available to them offline
Interview of Omar Shahid Hamid
The journey continues… on to Quetta, where in the midst of urban chaos many stereotypes are dispelled
Travels across the vastness of Balochistan -- at the risk of being perceived an exploiter by the minority province
A prescriptive book for the professional development vendors
A selection from all his previous books and some new poems, this volume captures the essence of Irfan Malik’s poetic acumen
You have to learn how to not let education kill your creativity, that uneducated, raw Dionysian spirit that is within every unschooled child
For Rizwan Akhtar, Lahore is not just a menagerie of trite exoticisms but also a city which has broken its promises
The simulacrum has become the truth; the world is now a battleground of images. Pakistan has to think of its image in this world