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Pilgrims in India carry water from the Ganges to their hometowns
The spies of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. are left out in the cold in a stylish, superficial production
Volunteers in Pakistan and India came together to feed the homeless on both sides of the border this Independence Day
Jake Gyllenhaal ends a winning streak of gripping films with Southpaw, a boring boxing drama
Amra Khan’s ‘Ecce Homo — Chapter 1’, showing at Sanat Gallery, questions what is ‘normal’ and...
Producing the epic Moor in Balochistan was never going to be an easy feat. So what kept the film’s crew going?
First South Asian International Performance Arts Festival in New York City makes space for the region’s culture
BBC sinks its teeth into English history in a compelling adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall
Doctors help burn victims work past physical pain to learn to thrive — not just survive
An excursion to Ganga Choti and Swaik Lake proves we don’t need to venture too far for a dose of natural beauty
For decades, the people of Thar have been clambering aboard the khekhro for their journeys across the desert