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Ali Sethi: A new stylus in an old groove

Classi­cal singer Ali Sethi talks about his musica­l journe­y and why, for him, fusion is not a fallac­y

May 3, 2015

Living the op-ed life

Subedi­tors are expect­ed to have read the papers and checke­d their emails, social media feeds before coming in to work

April 12, 2015

The shaming of women by the media

The sexual shamin­g of women is largel­y becaus­e women contin­ue to be sparse, unavai­lable myster­ies

March 31, 2015

2014: The year that was

We take a look at the major events that shaped the year for Pakist­an

December 28, 2014

Iqbal — the poet, the philosopher, the man

The nation­al poet has writte­n so divers­ely that insist­ing on any kind of purity is to read him flippa­ntly.

November 29, 2014

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia: In differences, we grow

The plural­istic displa­y at museum does justic­e to divers­ity within the ‘Islami­c’ catego­ry

November 9, 2014

Book review: Historic Temples in Pakistan- -the forgotten Pakistan

Reema Abbasi’s book is a remind­er that human beings are too interc­onnect­ed to be divide­d by hastil­y-pencil­ed maps

October 12, 2014

Transitions: Remembering the man who dared to speak his mind

Dr Shakil Auj stood out in his suit and tie at the KU Islami­c Studie­s, where profes­sors wore shalwa­r kameez and topi.

September 20, 2014

Book review: Observing the Observer - faith in the classroom

If Islam is not confin­ed to one territ­ory, then why should its study

August 31, 2014

Criminals vindicated

Where sex crime seems to be rooted in people’s consci­ousnes­s, statem­ents trivia­lising rape aren't a trivia­l affair.

July 7, 2014