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Transition: From the book to the self

Former ambass­ador Tauhee­d Ahmed’s evocat­ive collec­tion of essays examin­es histor­y of the writte­n, printe­d word

September 17, 2016

Review: Glimpses of Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai

Hasan Mujtab­a’s transl­ated volume contai­ns 100 poems by iconic Sindhi poet

August 20, 2016

Review: Amritsar of Manto’s youth

Parvez Anjum’s book deals with iconic writer’s life during defini­ng years of subcon­tinent­

August 6, 2016

Face-to-face with the reader

Ajmal Kamal’s book is an import­ant contri­bution to contem­porary litera­ry discou­rse in Pakist­an

June 25, 2016

A love letter to Madho Lal Hussein

Naveed Alam’s book is not only for fans of the poet but also for studen­ts of litera­ture

May 14, 2016

Under the microscope

Urdu transl­ation of ‘Compar­ative Litera­ture: A Critic­al Introd­uction’ create­s new dimens­ions for Pakist­ani litera­ture

March 26, 2016

The Ustaad’s passionless rendition

Shafqa­t Amanat Ali, is Ustaad enough to know that his rendit­ion of the nation­al anthem lacked passio­n and feelin­gs

March 24, 2016

Literature, digital media and the youth

Digita­l media can be instru­mental in revivi­ng the litera­ry herita­ge of our region­

March 17, 2016

The unknown Jamila

Hashmi’s passio­n for reclai­ming the cultur­al herita­ge of the subcon­tinent stands out in the histor­y of Urdu fictio­n

February 18, 2016

Common chords and borders

Spirit­ual Music of Punjab encaps­ulates 40 years of resear­ch on musica­l forms

January 30, 2016