Ramanujan's contributions to mathematics are unparalleled. Like other great men, he invented himself. Every number was the essence of Truth about God, Man and the Universe to him.
Author: Aakash Chhabra
Any study on Urdu short stories, feminism in South-East Asia and progressive ideology in Urdu literature is incomplete without taking into account the works of Ismat Chughtai.
Hashmi performed Kursi, Kursi, Kursi before the Emergency to critique the government; Machine on demands of factory workers; and Hatyare, against communal riots in Aligarh.
Nigar Nazar, Pakistan’s first female cartoonist touches on domestic and social issues with her cartoons and comic strips.
As the 70th anniversary of Indo-Pak partition looms next year, filmmakers and publishers find a renewed interest in the life of Saadat Hasan Manto.
In her latest graphic memoir Sarah Glidden explores a fresh realm of graphic journalism and surpasses all the platforms of traditional storytelling.
Photographs from Jimmy Nelson's newest collection 'Before They Pass Away 2' on indigenous tribes go on display at Brussels’ La Photographie Galerie.
Explore the most buzzworthy reads of 2016 in InUth Editors' List for International Fiction. Ranging from Paul Beatty's The Sellout to Zadie Smith's Swing Time, these books offer beautiful insights into the contemporary world literature.