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This absurdist comedy tackles the morning show rating rat race and the lows people stoop to when fame is at stake
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Mustafa Zaffer is one of the eight team members behind Splore an app challenging Instagram’s feature of following people
With an $8,000 grant from his university, Zali turned his idea into reality with his documentary about suicide bombings
If there was one normcore trend that was on top of the footwear ladder last year, it would be the white sneaker
His philanthropy shouldn't give him a lifetime pass for mansplaining, involuntary manslaughter and misogyny
The venture has raised $12,660 on Kickstarter so far
Manchurian Chicken, Banoffee and Pizza are just some of the flavours you can expect to find at Awesamosas' new outlet
Ahmadi persecution, blasphemy law and other things Hamza Ali Abbasi will discuss on his bold Ramazan show
"Why is Ahmadi such a taboo word? questions the celebrity activist
We went trend spotting and found the rise of retro wear is on the horizon while white sneakers are back with a vengeance
The Grammy-nominated DJ came to Islamabad to play a show for the elite and later uploaded a picture of himself in a slum
Budding restaurateurs Saiem Nasir and Saad Nasir are putting science in a scoop with their latest venture 'Scream'
With a Kickstarter campaign that's raised over $15,000 in a week, what's next for the young composer turned animator?
Nope, colouring isn't just for babies anymore. Psychologists attest to its stress-relieving benefits
Is it a sign of great customer service or a case of treating servers as being less than human?