The bravery of our soldiers overshadows the difficulties their families go through while they're away.
The chain hasopened its first franchise in Pakistan
After a tongue-in-cheek billboard was put up by the ride-hailing service, Careem was hit by criticism and fake news
The film will comfort its local audience by confirming our biases about Pakistan and India in light of recent events.
Dagha is likely to find himself in the thick of upcoming negotiations with the International Monetary Fund.
Clairvoyant Larra Shah predicts a victory for Modi owing to his “extremely powerful aura”.
Nope, we haven't forgotten Snoopy's ice cream, or the deliciously good Caked Alaska from Copper Kettle.
Govt has been presented with multiple proposals to prevent child abuse but so far, they have been in vain
Efforts to convince the government to focus on child sexual abuse have so far been in vain.
Following the Christchurch attack, people are praising the leader for her empathy and how they treat minorities
New Zealand shows how governments should react in times of crisis.
Devalourising the other in gender hierarchies often takes place through feminisation.
With her new movie releasing, Mansha Pasha has really upped her sartorial game with some help from the right stylists
Explore the beauty of finding places off the beaten path.
In a new report, the World Bank takes a deep look at what Pakistan needs to do to have a better future for its people.
1989 archives: An exclusive interview with the Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi
FBR shares information as govt begins implementing Benami Act.
“Diana (is) 10/1 red hot favourite, no great surprises there,” William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said.
The ancient Hindu festival marks the welcoming of spring and a celebration of the triumph of good over evil.
I said people shouldn't use their power to ask women out for lunches. That amounts to harassment too, she clarified.
The trailer shows the struggles a woman goes through in arranged marriages.