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اردو | Bilal Tanweer has written a book of unusual beauty. TQ sits down with Tanweer to discuss his debut novel.Read more
اردو | This history of protest culture is little known, often carried in the stories and experiences of the workers themselves as they travel from place to place.Read more
اردو | Despite popular belief, it is widespread, shadowy networks—not religious tension—that drive Hindu-Muslim conflict in India.Read more
اردو | Artist Imran Qureshi brought violence to the rooftop of the Metropolitan Museum of Art–and its contradiction into the lives of the everyday New Yorker.Read more
اردو | We imagine two forms of public protests separately: the newsworthy religious fanatics or the more benign public protestors. Yet. the two are interconnected.Read more
اردو | In a Hazara school, it was possible to divide the students' preoccupations into 4 categories: navigating relationships with parents, career choices, prospects for university and the risk of being shot by a death squad.
Questions about Pakistan are now a fact of living here, no different from damp weather or calls from salespeople. Some I deflect, and others I frame around my own terms. I drew a secret line around the borders of Pakistan and rarely stepped over it.