"I think that’s important for us to see we all have a superhero inside of us," she says
Web Archives - February, 2019
Artist Aun Raza says his work isn't limited to one genre or discipline
“The focus of this year’s KLF is ‘tomorrow’ because we are forward-looking,” said OUP managing director Arshad Husain
Prof Aqeel says that reading the history of Muslims in the subcontinent was an eye-opener for him.
From ex CJP's interesting revelations to Atiqa Odho's remarks about media, here's who got us thinking
Public representatives should be fired with a vote of no-confidence when they don’t perform, said writer Amar Jaleel
We're live on the last day of the Lahore Literary Festival 2019. Let's see whats in store for today.
The three-day event consists of performances, sessions and book launches
Day 1 featured a couple of interesting sessions. Let's see what today has in store for us
Attend the grand lawn extravaganza to get exclusive gifts and discount vouchers.
Follow our live updates to know who showed up and who said what and what you all think!
Rosie Gabrielle writes, "It’s just me walking the streets here at night alone, to show you - just how SAFE it is here."
This International Mother Language Day was met with a call for respecting and promoting all mother languages
“The show is about how we feel when we look at us,” the gallery’s director, Nageen Hyat, said
Her exhibition will explore contemporary life on Manora Island
Prof Piacentini shed light on the importance of archaeology in the world today
The three-day fest will see Ayesha Jalal, Iqra Aziz, Mohsin Hamid in attendance
The festival was held in connection with the 108th birth anniversary of iconic poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz
The 80-minute long Punjabi play, Chog Kusambha De is set in the 17th century
"There is no way we can carry on with cultural exchanges between India and Pakistan," tweeted Azmi
The three-day festival in Lahore focuses on international and local puppet productions and activities for children
These weddings encourage intimate settings, environmental conservation and economising. We can get behind that!
It's always a good time to revisit Mujhse Pehli Si Mohabbat, penned by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, popularised by Noor Jahan
If women don't get access to legal support they will be discouraged from speaking up about harassment, says Nighat Dad
Speakers said Qalandar Momand was symbol of progressivism, modernism and intellectual integrity
It will be focusing particularly on coastal ecology, which is why the event has been declared the ‘green’ biennale
"Thank God we're being ruled by men of the people now," said one guy on Twitter
The humans right activist passed away last year in Lahore
8-year-old Ayesha Ayaz is from Swat and already in training for the Olympics under her father's supervision
Gauhar’s birth anniversary was also observed by her Indian admirers. Amritsar–based theatre group, Manch Rang Manch
Happening for a duration of 6 months, this will be the longest festival in the country
OUP's new managing director Arshad Saeed Husain gave a lowdown on the upcoming lit fest
The conference will be held on February 23-24 at the Karachi Arts Council
Day 3 featured 12 book launches and 13 talks on a variety of subjects
A day full of sessions, book launches and a puppet show
The mind control and illusions show is in its own league
Friends, family and admirers mourn her loss with tributes on social media
Perhaps predictably, the event had more than a passing resemblance to the scheduling and invitees of KLF
At a discussion titled ‘This is not funny’, panelists talked about how women's professional success makes men insecure
We speak to Adab Festival founders Ameena Saiyid and Asif Farrukhi to find out what's in store at the fest this weekend