The festival remains an oasis for people who love reading in this surreal, violent and sometimes insane city.
I was glad the organisers did not invite high-profile officials since their security details usually sour such events.
In an ideal world one would want some kind of dialogue between the two sides, or tolerance for each other’s opinions.
Foreign Correspondents’ Burden mulled over at local festival.
Early morning discussion over the emergence of Bangladesh turns into a snooze-fest.
Scholars yearn for ‘natural conclusion’ to Arab Spring – secular democracy.
Role of weapons solicits more questions than answers.
British writer expresses excitement for the new generation of Pakistani writers.
Your can’t dislkike him - even when he’s discussing rhyme and metre with enthusiasm.
Editor Dr Ayesha Jalal says the country needs to outline its parameters for history.
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