Pakistan's national film industry may have gone into decline, but painter Sarfraz Iqbal is still a consummate, busy professional.
Shamsur Rahman Faruqi's 984-page blockbuster, which he translated from his own Urdu original, is a definitive fictional recreation of 19th-century New Delhi.
Ayesha Jalal turns a literary lens on the events of 1947 and their aftermath.
Intizar Husain's 1979 novel finally reaches American readers.
Multitalented Musharraf Ali Farooqi brings indelible new story to life in his latest novel — and meanwhile resurrects some of South Asia's grandest old stories in his translations.
Pakistani officials cite concerns for the country's young people in announcing a ban on obscene text messages.
In Pakistan, explains Waqas Khwaja, being a poet has always entailed a special responsibility.