Cricket fans from across the nation bid farewell to the 2019 edition of the Pakistan Super League.
Some mourners hugged their neighbours, while others stood in solemn silence at various memorial sites in the city.
Umer Farooq's grandfather and father made bagpipes, now he is the third generation to take up the tradition.
Scenes of jubilation and breaking of records were aplenty on the opening night of PSL 2019 matches in the city.
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Animals wrestle with their necks and bite as they attempt to pin their adversary to the ground.
"Some scenes are so beautiful and artistic that people mistake them for enchanting paintings,” says one tourist.
Sindh chief minister was the chief guest at the Commissioner Karachi Marathon held in the metropolis.
The extreme weather has now been blamed for as many as eight deaths, US news outlets reported.
“Whenever I feel sad, I play music,” says a girl from a school in Taez trying to restore joy to their students' days.
Widespread rain expected in upper Punjab, KP, Islamabad, Kashmir, and Gilgit Baltistan during the next 24 hours.
Many view them with suspicion, accuse them of spurring militancy and criminality, and call for them to be sent home.
The visit included a one-on-one meeting between the crown prince and PM Imran Khan and delegation-level talks.
As tourists enjoy snowfall, locals are facing problems due to loadshedding and insufficient heating arrangements.
PM Khan went to Konya where he visited tomb of renowned scholar Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi and laid a wreath at the grave.
Peshawar has retained its reputation for Pakistan's tastiest cuisine despite bearing the brunt of militancy.
Party atmosphere set to sweep across major cities in Asia and other continents as the clock ticks past midnight.
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