The author is a culture critic based in Lahore
Probably for the first time in history, Mela Chiraghan, one of the biggest festivals in the Punjab, may not be held
In a throwback to an imagined glorious past, a gate is being built in the outskirts — no longer the outskirts of Lahore — on Multan Road. The...
The Rafi Peer Theatre Workshop’s play Ab Nahi, held in schools across Punjab, served the age-old purpose of arts of creating awareness about...
Amanullah made comedy a staple diet for Pakistani audience
Masood Ashar’s new short story collection is both lucid and riveting
An evening with Farida Khanum, where the younger audience was reminded of the great treasure troves of music
Has urban-dwelling ruined our sensory reception of art and nature?
A look at the life of the legendary writer who recently passed away at 93
How the subtleties of musical expression have succumbed to popular demands
What differentiates creative endeavour from propaganda?