Coke Studio is back with a bang

Coke Studio is back with a bang

Last season (season 6) of the Coke Studio was big disappointment. Rohail Hayat, ex-producer, had set a very high standard of the music through season 1 to 3 but it declined with every passing season subsequently. Last season ended abruptly under controversial circumstances.   Read: Coke Studio: My favourite five songs!   This year Coke Studio … Continue reading

The Unpredictables – Part I: 1940s

The Unpredictables – Part I: 1940s

The eternal drama of Pakistan cricket never ceases to fascinate the fans of Cricket game. Why would it? There are only few teams in world cricket, rather world sports, as unpredictable and mercurial as Pakistan. They will be a laughing stock one day with their amateur performance and next day exhibit flamboyant performance with ability … Continue reading

10 Books Challenge

10 Books Challenge

It’s time to bid goodbye to ALS Ice Bucket Challenge which went viral on social media during July – August 2014. But now we have another challenge making rounds on the social media: ‘The Book Bucket Challenge’ or ’10 Books Challenge’. I have been nominated by quite a number of people over social media for this … Continue reading

Book Review: “Wounded Tiger: A History of Cricket in Pakistan” by Peter Oborne

Book Review: “Wounded Tiger: A History of Cricket in Pakistan” by Peter Oborne

The eternal drama of Pakistan cricket never ceases to fascinate the fans of Cricket game. Why would it? There are only few teams in world cricket, rather world sports, as unpredictable and mercurial as Pakistan. They will be a laughing stock one day with their amateurish performance and next day exhibit elated panache with ability … Continue reading