It was only late in the night when I came to know that Raza Rumi was attacked—By whom and why? […]Read more
By Ghazala Akbar
The division of the Sub-continent into India and Pakistan and eventually into Bangladesh reverberates 66 years after the […]
Ours is a diseased society and anyone who has any sanity left in oneself would hardly differ with it. […]
By Shaheera Syed
It is a battle for ideas, narratives and tales.
Get your story straight. Get your story right. Even if […]
By Ayesha Noor
On September 22, 2013 the Taliban killed 85 Christian worshippers during a well-planned suicide attack in a Peshawar Church. On May 28, 2010, the Taliban […]Read more
by Muhammad Shehzad
A new trend was noticeable in the recent sectarian attacks in the country. Earlier, the target was primarily […]
by Hafsa Khawaja
Holding on in the midst of political, social and economic storms, the Pakistan of today is an illustration […]Read more
This article is written by one of my close friends at Cornell. I am grateful to him […]
by Amal Khan
Fifteen years ago, in a city fifty miles south of Lahore, a Bishop shot himself in front of […]
How the son of Pakistani parents is fighting to dispel stereotypes and ‘teach tolerance and integration’ in the UK.
In the […]
Pak Tea House welcomes the visit of Indian Foreign Minister S M Krishna and the agreements regarding Trade and a […]Read more
By Talal Raza:
Death to America for all the mess that is all around us! Right?
How about death to all the […]
By Sidrah Zaheer
People who maintain prejudice and convert that negative feeling into extreme hatred for other people exist everywhere. They […]
by Ali Ahsan
First of all, my apologies for using an ‘objectionable word’ in the title of my piece given how […]
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by Abdul Majeed
I have written in for Posterity. In a hundred years’ time when the future historian […]