In what seems like a page out of a dystopian novel, Pakistani women are no strangers to abuse and toxic comments. And while all women go through some sort of harsh comments on an almost daily basis, women in politics are more vulnerable as they are subjected to unimaginable trolling and abuse. PML-N leader Uzma […] The post Women Face The Bad, The Worse And The Ugly Of Pakistani Politics appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
In the year 2017, I bought Letters to a Young Poet during travel to Lahore for work. I was not much aware of who Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 – 1926) was and what he had written. In Pakistan, I had hardly come across his translated works in paper form. Though the digital world has given […] The post Rilke Through The Eyes Of A Young Poetess appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
This author spent his formative years within the walled city of Lahore. Recently, he visited Shah Alam Market on an errand. As usual, whenever he is within the Circular Road, which the British built after demolishing most of the surrounding wall, he was overtaken by nostalgia of a bygone era, as is always the case […] The post Describing Lahore Through The Ages: From Walled City To Suburban Housing Societies appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.