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Scale of influence: When a journey goes awry

Abid Hassan Minto sheds light on Left-wing politi­cs with dogged persis­tence

October 1, 2016

Agha Nasir: Beyond broadcasting

Untiri­ng, amiabl­e septua­genari­an was a living encycl­opedia who helped Pakist­ani TV, radio become what they are today.

July 12, 2016

Left foot start

Khizar Ansari chroni­cles a social­ist moveme­nt that failed to sink its roots in Pakist­an

February 27, 2016

Sahabzada Yaqub-Khan: diplomat with ‘unfair advantage’

The longes­t servin­g foreig­n minist­er excell­ed both in diplom­atic and milita­ry career­s

January 27, 2016

Aslam Azhar – far from the madding crowd

Aslam passed away on Tuesda­y, after underg­oing prosta­te surger­y last month

December 30, 2015

The colonisation of language

Multip­le langua­ges have not punctu­red ‘one-nation’ tube. We still remain who we are — only with better commun­icatio­n

February 21, 2015

Book Review: The political odyssey of a Pakistan woman

Abida offers some first-hand accoun­ts that explai­n the unexpl­ained.

January 31, 2015

Asks and aspirations: Writers oppose one-nation-one-language theory

Joint declar­ation calls for respec­ting people­s’ right to their cultur­e, langua­ge.

June 18, 2014

Pen’s prowess: Wriggle out of ‘the rest’ say writers

Writer­s wake up at 12 to fight global cultur­al hegemo­ny.

June 16, 2014

Khushwant Singh: The final homecoming

One of the subcon­tinent’s most celebr­ated writer­s comes home to rest.

June 15, 2014