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Kangna – کنگنا

Kangna – کنگنا

Tori binti karoon
Tore payyaan paroon
Ae kangana…

Naaheen aaoon main tore angana
Ae kangana
Lapak jhapak aur aan achaanak rang ḍaaro… 14 more words

Book Review: Moth Smoke (2000)

Let me be frank and perfectly honest that I am not a novel reader. But I began reading novel since Mira Nair revealed her intentions to make a movie on a novel written by a Pakistani writer. 309 more words

Book Reviews

Literature, Lahore and the rest...

Originally published in Instep Today, The News. February 25, 2014.

The second Lahore Literature Festival, a sequel to last year’s successful debut was held last week at Lahore’s Alhamra Center on the Mall.  1,784 more words


Books I have read / am reading while on vacation

I’ve lately tried to ease off and stop keeping such a tight control of what I read. Instead, I’m just reading whatever I’m in the mood for. 1,124 more words


The Reluctant Fundamentalist: Where the Observer Becomes a Participant

From the title page to the closing lines, Mohsin Hamid succeeds in creating a novel that drags the reader from being a keen observer to a (reluctant) participant. 492 more words

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