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From Komagata Maru to 4 Cabinet ministers

VANCOUVER: Punjabis are very adventurous and never shy away from a challenge. Travelling thousands of miles from their homeland to a completely strange and often hostile environment .........

SPOTLIGHT: THE SONG LIVES ON

Educator and artist Salima Hashmi was acquainted with Madam Noor Jehan because the latter was friends with her parents Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Alys Faiz. Hashmi also made a documentary... ...

Could it have been avoided?

In October, soon after the seventieth anniversary of Indian independence and the partition of the subcontinent, the Pakistani painter Tassaduq Sohail died in Karachi. ...

Sacking the Subcontinent – IV

Ahmed Shah Abdali is a hero to Afghanistan – and more broadly, to Pashtuns. He is rightly considered to be the founder of the country as we know it in its....

Gurus in Shikarpur

Founded by the Daudpotras in 1617 and later wrested by Kalhoras in 1701, Shikarpur became the eighteenth-century commercial emporium of Asia........

Sacking the Subcontinent – an epilogue

The plundering invasions of the Indian Subcontinent from west and northwest had lasted for limited time periods: from one raid, as in the case of Emir Timur and Nader Shah, ....

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It is well known that Christianity arrived in what is now Pakistan very early. Archaeological discoveries at Taxila provide a background to the 2nd century claim that the Apostle Thomas visited this area. .....

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Noor Jehan Mecklai is enthralled by Saffia Beyg’s magnificent new publication on the Subcontinent’s classical music tradition. ...

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InAmarjit Chandan’s second full-length bilingual collection is out, where the poems are more grievous and have a strange tinge of sadness. .....

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Cinema-owners have been screen­ing old releas­es throug­hout 2017 to keep busine­ss runnin...