"KP artists have great talent but lack support and patronage,” said Mr Bacha upon the album's release
But women still have long way to resolve issues related to their right to inheritance, education, healthcare, she says
The singer says seeking asylum brings a bad name to the country
Hina Shinwari believes talent is being wasted in villages like hers
The participants of the event condemned killing of artistes and rising violence against them in the province
Dr Roshan Kalim Sarhindi's 'Khamosha Chaghy' contains her taboo-breaking poetry that empowers women
Speakers said Qalandar Momand was symbol of progressivism, modernism and intellectual integrity
“I have released my songs through social media and have been to Kabul twice,” says Sana Tajik
There seems to be no respite for artists in KP as successive governments remain indifferent to their living nightmares
He uses the art of singing for a social cause to motivate others to contribute to the society through their talent.
Artists declare cultural policy 'mere eyewash' and 2018 a 'gloomy year' for their community
Sitara Younas’s velvety voice stunned the audience when she sang a popular Noor Jehan ghazal in the early 90s on PBC
A fullsized Durbish requires two kilogrammes of pure milk and 15 desi eggs!
The owner says his great grandfather introduced spicy food to the city
He believes the kebabs are one of the best meat dishes in the world!
Around 4,500 spools of music collected during the last 18 years have been digitalised
Asma Ikhlaq says that the taboo that Pakhtun women shouldn't express themselves through poetry should be broken
Asfandyar Khan Khattak believes performing arts is a way to combat extremism and violence
An official at Fata Secretariat said that no artist had submitted application for financial assistance
'The gossip of Mirawas – facts in a light vein' contains satiric poems and parodies of famous Pashto and Urdu songs