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That which cannot remain silent

Shehzad Noor Butt, vocal teacher of The Guitar School, shares how music has slowly begun to earn its place among the youth.

Weekly Classics: Oldboy

No country does psychological thrillers like South Korea. With zero sense of remorse, rationality and humanity.

If I can drive in Pakistan...

What was supposed to be a journey to unlock more roads of adventure, turned out to be a series of unfortunate events.

Dancing amid sparks and shadows

World Dance Day was celebrated at T2F by a number of local dancers who filled the night with their enchanting moves.

Shoot/Get treasure/Repeat

The three short plays by Chaudhry Channan Productions featuring Sarmad Khoosat, Nimra Bucha, Adnan Jaffar and Channan Hanif culminated in an awe-inspiring finale yesterday, rendering the audience wanting for more.

Weekly Classics: Dog Day Afternoon

This week's film review is a tribute to Sidney Lumet, the Hollywood legend who deceased on April 9 two years ago....

Night of the soul: Napa Festival 2013

Despite paddling around in fountainhead of tales of the overly dramatic - No one can tell a story as colourfully as us.

The city of rebirth

Within the boundaries of our own, slowly decaying city, we witness the resurrection of Punerjehan.

Francophonie 2013 in Karachi

This convivial event which celebrates the French language and culture, spans from 16 to 27 March at Karachi's French Cultural Center.

Pakistani women journalists recognised

The first Women in Media Awards ceremony took place at the Beach Luxury Hotel on Wednesday and celebrated the works of female Pakistani journalists.

Weekly Classics: Chungking Express

Wong Kar-wai, who chaired the 2013 Berlinale's jury panel recently, had his real international breakthrough in 1994 with this classic Wongian romance - “Chungking Express”.