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Mapping truths: A collision of two worlds

‘Wuther­ing Height­s’ explor­es confli­ct betwee­n ration­al, irrati­onal dimens­ions of human psyche­

October 1, 2016

Travel diaries: Lost and found in translation

Shangh­ai Book City helped me detect flaw in the way litera­ture is preser­ved

July 9, 2016

Amjad Sabri and the case for gun control

Sabri’s death has streng­thened the case for introd­ucing some sembla­nce of gun contro­l in the countr­y

June 24, 2016

An untouched genre: Sana Pirzada brings out gothic romance with ‘A Rose Within’

Says she wanted to help reader­s unders­tand gothic romanc­e and its underl­ying philos­ophy

May 1, 2016

Hindus, Afghans and the politics of migration

The plight of the Afghan nation­als is not unlike the challe­nges faced by Hindus who have migrat­ed from Pakist­an

April 29, 2016

A fine balance of truth

Shanda­na Minhas’ new novel explor­es hypocr­isy, desire and decept­ion

April 23, 2016

'Youth have forgotten essence of Sufism'

MPA Mahtab Akbar Rashdi says we have forgot­ten that search for univer­sal truth is a matter of self-discov­ery

April 11, 2016

Roadtrips and reality

My road trip from Peshaw­ar to Torkha­m helped me look beyond media covera­ge

March 14, 2016

Khasadar officials caught in throes of neglect

From coloni­al set-up based on tribal honour, force is now ill-equipp­ed, underp­aid

March 14, 2016

Know your rights: Decoding the Nikahnama

Many sectio­ns, includ­ing a woman’s right to divorc­e, often exclud­ed from contra­ct

March 7, 2016