Certain readers may not consider it a ‘literary’ enough read but the constant scrapes Saba Imtiaz’s protagonist gets herself into definitely had Mohsin Sidiqui entertained.
Full disclaimer, well in advance: I know Saba Imtiaz well. Very well. And this review is not at all going to be influenced by the lingering embarrassment of having confused . . . → Read More: A laugh out loud novel by Pakistani author
KARACHI: Pakistani police say gunmen have attacked two teams of polio workers in the south, killing three members of the teams and wounding a fourth before fleeing.
Police official Pir Mohammad Shah says two female and a male worker were killed in Tuesday’s attacks in Karachi, the capital of southern Sindh province.
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25 Of The World’s Cheapest Places To Live.
10. Tehran, Iran
Originally called Ray, this city is Iran’s 32nd national capital and has been that way for 220 years. Home to the sixth tallest tower in the world, the Milad tower, it is among the largest cities in Western Asia. The average price for a 1 . . . → Read More: Karachi cheapest city in 2013
The on-going offensive by Karachi’s security forces is crippling militant and criminal networks, security officials say, citing various successes.
Security officials have arrested thousands of suspects and killed dozens of militants since the September 5 launch of the operation, Karachi Police Chief Shahid Hayat told Central Asia Online.
. . . → Read More: Militants on the retreat as Karachi Operation picks pace
Despite years of establishment support, the MQM’s shenanigans and tantrums have transformed it into a nation-wide problem, further alienating from the national political mainstream – and it could end up becoming an aberration or political joke if it does not behave like a mature democratic institution
. . . → Read More: The Nation’s Problems Unite: Muttahida Qaumi Movement ke Muttahida Qaumi Maslay-masaail!!
This blog is part 1 of a three-part series.
How do you separate yourself from the place you were born and grew up? You are inexplicably linked to that place. Good or bad, bitter or sweet, it becomes a part of your DNA.
Karachi, my city, is a part of my being. The memory of . . . → Read More: Bidding home farewell
The urban Sindh, especially the seaside city of metropolis remained completely paralyzed on Wednesday after the police arrested and booked a former MQM lawmaker in the murder of two cops in Haidery area of Karachi.
The former MQM MPA, Nadeem Hashmi, was arrested in Tuesday night in connection with firing on a police mobile in . . . → Read More: Hashmi’s arrest followed by MQM protests all over Sindh
KARACHI: As an unprecedented wave of killings and kidnappings hits Karachi, the Pakistani city’s elite are splashing out the cash to have their luxury cars made bomb and bulletproof.
The sprawling metropolis of 18 million people on the Arabian Sea is Pakistan’s economic heart, with ranks of factories, import-export wheeler-dealers and slick bankers.
. . . → Read More: Karachi to go bullet proof