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Zardari made history by becoming the first elected civilian president to complete his constitutional tenure
Lyari’s diverse music scene draws influences from political and ethnic transformations that Pakistan has gone through.
The classic song, originally sung by Yaqub Atif Bulbula, became a massive hit amongst youth in the 60s.
A benchmark in ghazal gayeki, who sadly spent the last decade of his life in a long battle of fighting ailments.
First in a continuing series exploring the roots shaping Pakistan’s cultural heritage pertaining to performing arts.
Despite paddling around in fountainhead of tales of the overly dramatic and sensational, no one can tell a story as colourfully as us.
Photographs of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto collected by Agha Feroz, the Bhutto family’s personal photographer.
Believing that colours could harness the untamed character in prison, IG Prison instigated a ‘Fine Arts School’ in jails
And Riaz Rafi’s canvasses revel in these contradictions:Funeral processions in bursts of vibrant colour. Scarlet lips disconnected from despairing eyes and band aids. Musicians playing as naked bodies turn blue.
With depictions of umbilical cords, roots of a tree, fractions of the human heart, inflections of womb-like nuclei, the theme is dominatingly positive
It is hard to imagine superheroes & villains sharing the same roof.
Elan Women’s Social Club is a networking group for the women entrepreneurs who regularly host interactive networking sessions in order to promote each other’s work and mutually benefit from one another.
The 62nd Pakistan Flower Show 2013 opened at the DHA Sea View Public Park like each year, on Thursday evening and was running till Sunday March 3, 2013.
Over 50 manuscripts are on display at The National Museum of Pakistan - including various holy books of Islam, Hinduism, Christianity and Sikhism.
These vibrant phones, designed for everyone are said to be “bringing the latest in cellular technology.”