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Speaking at Asia Society's "Chindia Dialogues," the acclaimed historical novelist draws provocative parallels between the mid-19th century and today.
Nearly a month of strong conversation in Pakistan this past summer, distilled to two radio hours. Click to listen.
We posed the question to writers, thinkers and artists from both countries. Click the link to see their answers.
After 1500 interviews with survivors of Partition, another perspective on the tragedy.
Both formally stunning and idea-driven, artist's work seems to say: Look again at Pakistan; it's not a world apart.
The Lahore-based superstar embodies the dynamism inside South Asian music.
It's past time, says a senior news editor, to establish ground rules for news reporting in Pakistan.
Pakistan's preeminent architect explains his debt to Sufi tradition.
"In the worst of times in Pakistan, there is always a joke, dark humor and irony," says the indomitable artist, educator and activist.
Pakistani folk pop-duo Zeb and Haniya can assimilate any style and make it their own.