Taking a field trip through Pakistan and China, five Pakistani and 11 Chinese artists captured their cultural experiences through a collection of unique styles and strokes alluring art enthusiast that came to the opening at the National Art Gallery, here on Tuesday evening.
The gallery was masked with pieces that depict lifestyle and landscape the . . . → Read More: Pakistani, Chinese artists display work in National Art Gallery
If you’re an upper-middle class Pakistani in your late or middle twenties, expect yourself to feel mellow after you check your Facebook in the morning. One’s news feed is bound to be full of pictures, statuses and updates of peers and acquaintances getting married, engaged or having children. You are bound to get perplexed. This . . . → Read More: Millennial blues in Pakistan
By Abdul Quayyum Khan Kundi
There is a lot of debate about the two nation theory and whether it was the right approach to demand a separate country for Indian Muslims. But the real question we should be asking is what the national identity of Pakistan is today. The utility of two nation theory expired . . . → Read More: Being Pakistani
As a Pakistani I was amazed by what I heard on one of our national TV channels. The well known and generally balanced anchor had a panel of three — a highly qualified economist who has been in government earlier, a columnist who researches his facts carefully and a man who was prominent in the . . . → Read More: CONFUSION COMPOUNDED
Waking up to Obama’s projected victory after he had crossed the 270 electoral vote mark was a relief. No. Actually it gave me that adrenaline rush I needed to get my day started. 6 billion dollars have been spent in the past 4 years on both the candidates’ campaigns combined. And we land pretty much . . . → Read More: US 2012: It does matter if its Black or White
Pakistani politician and former cricket captain Imran Khan talked to NDTV about his new book, his very public divorce, and what he feels about sometimes being referred to as “Taliban Khan.”
Barkha: What struck me as really interesting going through your book which is called ‘Personal History’, is that it reads much more like a . . . → Read More: Interview with Imran Khan: On his marriage, religion and politics
Arm chair politics is a sport everyone eligible to vote in this country loves to play. We pride ourselves on the belief that most of our population is way more politically aware than the typified American who wouldn’t know a map if it bit him. We argue amongst ourselves, we blame the system, protest against . . . → Read More: Why We Must Vote
“Sex Pollution”: While the book may be salacious in nature, it does shed light on the shady side of Jawaharlal Nehru–known for his escapades. Stanley Wolpert has written extensively about his gay lifestyle as well as his affair with Ediwina Mountbatten–the subject of a new book “Indian Summer” (Written by Edwin’as daughter).
. . . → Read More: “Sex Pollution” Book Review: Shabnum Qayoom sheds light on Lord Cyril Radcliffe’s affair with Nehru’s sister Vijaya Lakshmi