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The Making of Pakistani Sci-Fi

The Making of Pakistani Sci-Fi

In her novel “The Light Blue Jumper,” a light-blue, bald alien named Zaaro Nian finds himself caught up in an interplanetary conflict when his work ship collides with a rebel ship. The narrative, which at times can wax satirical, delivers an unflinching critique of Pakistan’s contemporary society.

Pakistan Schools to Re-Open Amid a Controversial New Curriculum Rollout

Pakistan Schools to Re-Open Amid a Controversial New Curriculum Rollout

Under the banner of “One Nation, One Curriculum,” the new curriculum pushes to teach more Urdu, bolster Islamic teachings and, perhaps an unintended consequence, triple the price of textbooks.

Pakistan’s Aurat March and its Unrelenting Feminists

Pakistan’s Aurat March and its Unrelenting Feminists

This is a behenchara, a sisterhood that grows stronger with each media attack or attempt to pull it down. Pakistani women have fought the patriarchy for so long and have suffered its consequences too many times. But like before, they have only reemerged stronger for next year.

Anmol Irfan