Peshawar

Kacha Garhi to the Kensington Oval

Being forced to choose between supporting the Indian or Pakistani team is now a thing of the past for cricket-crazy Afghans.

| Jun 01, 2010

O reader, read this couplet

Inscriptions on Pakistani trucks offer a key to understanding the popular worldview on the ground, and it is different from what the world hears about Pakistan.

| Aug 01, 2009

Through the Khyber, once more

This historic passage is again becoming dangerous – though this is nothing new.

| Mar 12, 2009

Hash and mutton: Stalking the alleys of Peshawar

Peshawar’s old markets are a paradise of meat delicacies and unconventional appetisers.

| Nov 04, 2006

A country abandoned

Impressions of Afghanistan by an Iranian filmmaker who travelled extensively in the country between 1988 and 2001.

| Oct 01, 2001

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