If there any setbacks that come with intellectual disability, creativity is certainly not one of them.
Every year, town administrations poison stray dogs in an attempt to reduce their population. Is there no other way to
The Legal Aid Society conducts a two-day training session for 78 newly appointed civil judges and judicial magistrates.
Helping hands endeavour to take the Karachi hospital to new heights in the field of medicine and patient care.
Sohrab Goth, the largest cattle market in Asia, presents a spectacle not unlike one from a carnival.
The centre rehabilitates youth under 16 who had been recruited by TTP for suicide bombing and terrorist activities.
The Games were vital in the athletes taking the next step in becoming even bigger stars.
An early learning centre opens in Karachi Central Jail for the children of female inmates.
Rehnuma 1915 promises a free tow, traffic-related information and road assistance to anyone who places a call.
30 girls and women donated their locks to make natural hair wigs for cancer patients
Psychological impact of terrorism has largely been ignored,even as it silently begins to shape the lives of a generation
KARACHI: “I want to be a pilot because aeroplanes can go freely wherever they want, I can fly out of here,” said...
A 55-member contingent will compete in nine sports at the 2015 Special Olympics in Los Angeles.
The youth in Karachi unite to make the city more tolerant and pluralistic by discouraging ethnocentric sentiments.
‘There’s a system failure at our Islamabad office.’
The residents of Siddique Roonjho village on the Indus River spend most of their lives in search of drinking water.
Pakistan hosts as many as 1.5 million refugees
The festival is a platform for aspiring filmmakers who are unable to showcase their work internationally or even locally
One of the oldest settlements of Karachi, Ranchor Lines, is home to a unique community.
KARACHI: Despite a steady increase in education budget over the years and legislation to make school education...