What It Means To Be A Pakistani. Exploring South Asian Diaspora With Raza Rumi

The following interview is conducted by Daneesh Majid with Raza Rumi Ahmad on the subjects of identity, society and culture.  A man who has…

Mian Mir

Yesterday, devotees were lighting lamps at the shrine of Mian Mir in Lahore to commemorate the saint’s 383rd Urs (death anniversary). Full article here >>…

Conversation On Book, “The Roots Of Fake News”

PCIM and the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival (FLEFF) hosted a conversation, moderated by Raza Rumi, with authors Brian Winston and Matthew Winston about…

Quick Roundup Of 2020: Democracy On Decline, Trump Defeat And Arab-Israel Relations

In an exclusive interview with Wajahat Ahmad, Raza Rumi discusses key global issues. The year of 2020 witnessed the decline of democracy with the…

New US Administration And Indo-Pak Relations; Is There A Way Forward?

Raza Rumi shares key insights on impact of prospective Biden administration on foreign front, especially in South Asian context, Indo-Pak stalemate and nationalism, and…

Was Iqbal Against The Idea of Secularism? Watch Faisal Devji’s Interview with Raza Rumi

Faisal Devji is one of the foremost historians on the politics of Indian subcontinent. In this interview with Raza Rumi for Naya Daur Media,…

Legacy of Bhagat Singh – India and Pakistan’s Shared Hero

Watch Raza Rumi in conversation with historian Irfan Habib (in Delhi) and activist Diep Saeeda (in Lahore) about Bhagat Singh’s legacy and why we…

Think Fest Pakistan: Debating Jinnah’s Role In Pakistan Movement With Yasser Hamdani

Even though MA Jinnah led a public movement, founded a country, and changed the map of the world, many key aspects his life and…

Why Pakistan Isolated On Kashmir Issue?

#KashmirIssue #KashmirUNSC #Pakistan‘s isolation on the issue of #Kashmir is so complete that even #ForeignMinister #ShahMehmoodQureshi has clearly stated that ‘Pakistanis should stop living…

Pakistan moves 25 places on World Happiness Index, ranks highest in South Asia

Happiest nation of South Asia, Pakistan, on the latest World Happiness Rankings moved 25 places and ranked 67th out of the total 156 countries…

Banning Movies Detrimental To Industry Business

In the wake of tensions between Pakistan and India, both sides of the border imposed ban on exchange of art. Pakistan banned Indian TV…

Kashmir resistance continues as Pak-India tenions remain high

Indian wing commander Abhinandan was released by Pakistan on Friday, but tensions remain high. Death, displacement, injuries and destruction of homes continue in occupied…

Raza Rumi message for Bacha Khan Week

Raza Rumi’s views about the Non-Violent Ideology and political approach of the towering personality, #BachaKhan, on the eve of #BachaKhanWeek2019.…

Naya Daur is taking you on a tour to culturally enriched country Pakistan

Naya Daur is taking you on a tour to culturally enriched country Pakistan, have a look at the main events in the past year…

10th Tehzeeb Festival celebrates rare talent, revives classical music in Pakistan

Classical music has been deeply bound to religion, mystical traditions, royalty and it’s core culture in the Subcontinent. India has carried forward this legacy…

Lifting ban on Basant a good move, says Raza Rumi

Raza Rumi appreciates governments recent move to uplift ban on basant that will restore thousands of years old festival. The basant festival is surrounded…

Raza Rumi recalls fond memories of Mushir-ul-Hasan

Raza Rumi pays tribute to Mushir-ul-Hasan, one of the most prolific historians of our times. Author to many books, Hasan had extensively researched Indian…

Young Pashtuns have shown the mirror to ‘mainstream’ Pakistan

A stage is set up in Islamabad during the protest demanding justice for Naqeebullah Mehsud.— Photo by Shakeel Qarar This past fortnight Pakistan witnessed…

Miniature Painting Goes Global

Steeped in the past, and yet, modernist in its application, neo miniature is the new face of Pakistani miniature painting and art. Having evolved…

Khushwant Singh: The last Pakistani living on Indian soil

My tribute to KS (first published in DAWN on March 30) IT is difficult to evaluate the legacy of writer, journalist and an icon…