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The 100-year-old play talks about the injustices rooted in classism and still holds ups today
150 speakers from six different countries will participate in 52 sessions at the festival
As described by Sameera Raja, who runs Canvas, the artworks are “stuck at Lahore Customs”.
“There are times when I can be vaguely useful,” said Trevor Mallard who often helps take care for lawmakers’ babies.
With Khanabadosh Baithak, Ahmed and Baneen curate experiences for travellers who need a break from it all.
Titled 'The Long and Short of It', the IVS alumni show returned after a five year break.
The famous choir has never admitted any females in its 554-year history. Ugh, welcome to the real world, kid.
"Some nights we had more than 200 people who couldn’t find seats and had to sit on the floor,” says director Zain Ahmed.
Police say too many people sit down for too long, obstructing the steps; fines for those who disobey range from $180-450
All three malls offer a chance of winning exclusive prizes and have festive celebrations lined up till August 17
The first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, she has died following a brief illness at 88
The two-day exhibition 'Beautiful Pakistan' featured work of around 26 artists.
The evening concluded with awards and a dazzling performance by Azad Theatre.
From folk jams to horse dances, the four-day festival will have it all
Crafters of musical instruments are concerned the lack of official patronage poses a threat to folk music.
Jhalli Kithay Jaway is the story of a young bride whose husband moved abroad right after the wedding