Life & Style
The main focus of the panel discussion was the loss of indigenous art in Pakistan.
The discussion on Sufism in Pakistan began with a topic that tugs at the hearts of all Pakistanis: suicide bombings.
Prominent journalist Ahmed Rashid points to a very tough time ahead for the country.
Whether we want Pakistan to be a welfare state in the future brought the panelists to loggerheads.
Pervez Hoodbhoy lashes out at ‘liberal elite’ who don’t venture out to see the reality and ‘the mass of discontent’.
A lively debate around the question ‘Are Urdu readers a diminishing breed’ held an appreciative audience in...
Kamila Shamsie could not resist adding that “I am not a global citizen. I am a Karachi girl who lives in London.”
O’ Level students whispered with anticipation, “I love her books. I can’t wait to FINALLY see her.”
No, this is not a locker-room conversation but part of a discussion on the nature of the creative urge.
The otherwise spacious room was brimming with budding writers, young and old, when the journalist had walked in.
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
Polls are non-scientific, reflect only the online audience and can be manipulated.
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