According to co-founder Sparsh Ahuja, the project highlights how deep-rooted the partition sentiment is.
Online competition grows for animal selection, purchase, sacrifice, packaging and delivery.
Rauf Parekh, a linguist and lexicographer, tells Dawn that calligraphy is all about the aesthetic.
"Counsellors alone do not create a healthy environment," revealed a teacher from a top-tier private university.
Non-availability of therapists on campuses can cause psychological hazards.
‘Education is one of the best ways to change the world’
Activists launch campaign to highlight issues surrounding menstruation that put women’s lives at risk.
Built in 1932, Hyder Manzil was a place of political activity.
In May, the SC gave the Pakistan Railways a little over two weeks to clear 50 feet on both sides of the KCR track.
All four plays of the festival look at different issues in society, says Arshad Mahmud
More than 4,600 people are on death row, including juveniles, the mentally ill and disabled, shows new database.
System not working for those whose fingerprints have faded with age.
‘People have underestimated Modi’
Harleen Singh Sandhu talks about his Instagram project on archiving social history of women of colonial Punjab.
SBP spokesperson Abid Qamar says this is the first time banking services have been offered to Afghan refugees.
Doctors fear the hospitals that have the vaccines at the moment will soon run out of it.
Nearly 3pc people among 20,800 men, women and children screened in recent weeks found HIV positive, according to Sindh
Enchanted by "glorious mountain scenery, monuments, natural beauty and culture".
More than 72 media personnel have been killed in Pakistan since 2002.
Parents often refuse to get their children vaccinated because of religious reasons.