The country’s digital journey should start with a transformative change in governance based on agility and vision
Nayyar Iqbal was laid to rest in Islamabad earlier today.
Shelley once wrote “Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought” these words befit Saddar.
Parvez dispels stereotypes about Lyari through his art — including the Obamas portrait that got instant attention.
A Pakistani mechanic in Khudadad Colony takes it up as a challenge to restore a 1965 Ford Mustang with local expertise.
Bushra Ansari speaks to Dawn about the industry's transition, the revival of Pakistani cinema and her upcoming projects.
"We have spent our entire lives in this city, and we haven't done anything of this sort."
What would you do if one fine morning you find a flying squirrel, a snake and a Rhesus monkey seated comfortably at...
Nishat Cinema burnt in 2012 by angry mobs over the controversial video "Innocence of Muslims", is now on sale.
Rabiul Awwal marks birth of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Festivities and processions were carried out across the country.
Karachi's walls have become a canvas for spreading political, social and religious messages.
Hope, education, girlfriends, laughs, more Shahid Afridi, art and more.
Ruqaiyya cannot close one of her eyes at all, even during sleep. She spends her night fighting the agonising pain.
We don’t know their names; we don’t have the numbers. All we have are some of the stories of the invisible children.
Ever wonder where the iconic Gawalmandi street got its diverse food palette from?
The silent rocks on the way to Fort Munro are a geological and paleontological wonder.
Larkana residents weigh in on where Bhutto's party now stands and PTI's prospects in PPP's fortress.
India's laureate Kailash Satyarthi pledged to “join hands” with Malala Yousafzai for establishing peace for our contin
This is the second in our series of extraordinary tales of ordinary Pakistanis.
Hourly news updates on Cyclone Nilofar’s advancing location are met with blunt dismissals by Baba Ghazi’s mureeds.