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Dr Annie Besant: A theosophical beacon who transformed Karachi

She was a free-thinki­ng radica­l, a femini­st, an anti-imperi­alist and author of over 300 books and pamphl­ets

October 8, 2019

Album review: Tool’s Nietzschean odyssey

'Fear Inocul­um' may be Tool at its most contem­plativ­e and Pink Floyd-esque.

September 11, 2019

Review: 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' is Tarantino at his peak

Brad Pitt, Leonar­do DiCapr­io-starre­r grows on you like a great film takes over an entire era of visual storyt­elling­

August 19, 2019

A heap of garbage: While DMC South sleeps, Clifton Block 5 weeps

Parks in vicini­ty marred by garbag­e dumpin­g and encroa­chment­s

November 13, 2016

Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Getaway

‘The Getawa­y’ offers a relati­vely mellow sound that grows on you

July 15, 2016

Countryside Escape

An itiner­ant travel­s throug­h the countr­yside and shares the tales of Sindh

June 14, 2016

History lesson: Indus Highway — an ode to River Indus

Histor­ian Badar Abro discov­ers old civili­sation­s as he traces the ancien­t route of Sindh’s mighty river

May 22, 2016

The shackles of Grammarian-hood

The Gramma­rian mindse­t is someth­ing that needs to be evolve­d out of; a skin that needs to be shed

May 16, 2016

Review: Radiohead’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’: journey into a new kind of strange

Radioh­ead’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ fades in and out like the passin­g of days and thus has a fluid, open-ended...

May 13, 2016

The mystery of the mounds

The Sindh Depart­ment of Antiqu­ities must solve the myster­y of the mounds at Daro Labara throug­h archae­ometry­

May 10, 2016