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migration

This Refugee-Led Cooking Class Is Making Space for Cultural Exchange

Migrateful gives refugees and asylum seekers in London the chance to share favourite recipes with their new communities.
Ruchira Sharma
4.12.19
International Women's Day 2019

How Pakistani Women are Using IWD to Push for Peace with India

With International Women's Day falling amid threats of war, anti-violence themes have become a prominent part of equality demonstrations.
Sabrina Toppa
3.8.19
fruit

An Exhaustive Investigation into Which Variety of Mango Is the Best

Alphonso or Chaunsa? Palmers from Brazil or Julies from Jamaica? I scoured the market stalls of Southall and Bradford to uncover which variety of mango reigns supreme.
Aina Khan
9.13.18
London

Meet the Chef Bringing Grandma-Approved Pakistani Street Food to London

Numra Siddiqui scoured the food stalls of Karachi and her own family recipes in search of the ultimate bun kabab—the “desi burger” made with sweetened bread and slow-cooked beef.
Daisy Meager
11.24.17
hunger strikes

How I Felt After a 46-Day Hunger Strike

Lateef Johar Baloch ate nothing for a month-and-a-half to protest enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings.
James McMahon
11.15.17
Religion

The Pakistani Christians Who Worship Nigel Farage

Catching up with the Royal Disciple Church now their prophet has abandoned his former party and their hope of salvation.
Jake Warren
8.14.17
relationships

Love Jihad: Sikh Parents' Fear of Their Children Dating Muslims

Seventy years after the partition of India, Islamophobia is still common among British Sikhs and Hindus. Often it's left unspoken, but rears its head when it comes to interfaith relationships.
Ruchira Sharma
8.10.17
VICELAND

'BONG APPÉTIT' Cooks Up Pot-Infused Pakistani Classics

Chef Fatima Ali shows the VICELAND hosts how to make traditional Pakistani dishes, and Abdullah and Ry supply the THC.
VICE Staff
6.14.17
Photos

Photos that Show How Our Society Can Break Women

Award-winning photojournalist Marie Hald shares some of her most powerful works and the stories behind them.
VICE Staff
4.25.17
xi for independence

​A Play for Independence: The Forgotten Story of Bangladesh's Football Revolutionaries

In July 1971, at a dusty little stadium in India, a side representing the unrecognised nation of Bangladesh struck a meaningful blow for independence from Pakistan. This is their story.
Shirsho Dasgupta
3.20.17
Australia

Where It All Began For Australia Cricket Captain Steve Smith

Steve Smith was brought into the Aussie team as a gentle leg-spinner. Now the best batsman in the world, only Don Bradman's record is superior.
James Pavey
1.4.17
Interviews

Urvah Khan Is Helping Push the New Frontier of Punk from Toronto to Pakistan

"Making music in Toronto can be a grind. We want artists to first make it elsewhere. In Pakistan, many people immediately connected to my sound."
Bandana Singh
11.24.16
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