The author writes travel pieces and is a fellow at the Royal Geographical Society.
Story of the courage and perseverance of a woman from a village a few miles from Umar kot on the fringe of the Thar desert
Copenhagen is a city that has preserved its architecture. The effort needs to be replicated in Pakistan
Especially now, more than ever before, we need to emulate the Danes. And not just in Lahore
Balochistan, the most unexplored intriguing, and beautiful province of the country
Recollections of a motorcycle trip from the deepest South Waziristan to upland Bajaur, where forests are dense, valleys thickly wooded and peaks...
Our relationship with trees is disharmonious. We simply have no understanding of what trees do for us, for the environment and for global ecology on...
Did Mohammad bin Qasim pass through Balochistan or is it just hearsay
A personal memoir of the multi-talented Fahd Rasul Butt who died at age 39
Our society suffers from massive historical inferiority complex… look at the way we destroy indigenous trees and plant imported varieties
Supposing we plant a few hundred amaltas trees in parks or along lakes, and celebrate an annual Amaltas Blossom Festival?