After Sabeen remembers Karachi's beloved activist, who supported the arts and paid a price for freedom
After Sabeen does not ask its subjects to speak of the political volatility that preceded Sabeen Mahmud's demise. The film focuses instead on grief, on the memory of Mahmud herself — illustrating how, at the end of the day, the price to be paid for freedom is individual
Thousands attend armyman Aurangzeb's last rites in Poonch, chant slogans and demand end to militancy
Thousands of mourners thronged Poonch village of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday, as the mortal remains of Indian Army rifleman Aurangzeb reached his native village for the last rites to be conducted.
Fear, despair in Kabul after blast kills 95; Ashraf Ghani faces growing pressure to improve security
Kabul reacted in despair and fear on Sunday, a day after a suicide bomb in the centre of the city killed and wounded more than 250 people in the worst attack seen in the Afghan capital in months.
Writer and journalist Mohammad Hanif, considered one of the foremost liberal voices in Pakistan has written a letter back to the Taliban after their strange letter to Malala Yousa