The event touched upon issues such as violation of human rights, unemployment, lack of health facilities etc.
Web Archives - January, 2019
The two-day festival at Alhamra Art Centre opened with a play based on Manto's famous short story Toba Tek Singh.
Malkovich will star in David Mamet’s “Bitter Wheat,” which recounts the fall from grace of a “depraved Hollywood mogul.”
There seems to be no respite for artists in KP as successive governments remain indifferent to their living nightmares
If Stones Could Speak by Iftikhar & Naseem Salahuddin presents historic sites and monuments through facts and photos
The International Women Leaders Summit was held in Karachi yesterday
The ad was criticised for supposedly alienating its audience but P&G says it was a hit with younger consumers
The three-season travelogue recounts exotic travel experiences in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The ADA Award Show were held in Karachi on Saturday. How did they fare?
The removal of a controversial sculpture from Lahore Museum caused a furore last week
Fans remember writer Khalida Hussain who passed away earlier this month
Osman Khalid Butt, Hamza Ali Abbasi rejoice among others as Shah Hussain's acquittal was overturned by the Supreme Court
Since the 1980s, Zia Mohyeddin has paid tributes to a number of Urdu’s great writers and poets
The 90-minute-long doc covers all aspects of life, works and travels of the Sindhi poet with subtitles in English
At least 35 women were slated to participate in the rally along with members of the transgender community
Photos of an apparently all-male meeting have sparked criticism about women being excluded from the centre's planning
The new centre Aiwan-i-Josh is owned by Josh Literary Society of Canada, Calgary and aims to promote his works
Author Afia Zia and human rights activist Fauzia Viqar spoke at the ‘Muslim Women, Laws and Sexualities’ session
Was the play the best option to start a laughter festival with?
The 'Kaghazi Ghat' author passed away on Friday due to complications from a long illness
The event also included live Judo, Karate and Ninjutsu performances by Pakistani masters.
The 10-day Laughter fest begins January 10
From observing the culture to celebrating the lifestyle, these artists show various depictions about being in Lahore
Titled Naach Na Jaaney, the play will be produced by Karachi Arts Council
Atif Aslam, Nusrat Hidayatullah, Torsam Tajik and others celebrated the year-end fest with Lahore.
The play's lead actor Zain Afzal confirms the news
The inaugural edition of the literary festival will take place from February 1-3 at Karachi's Governor's House