New York-based pianists Kimball Gallagher and pianist Kaiyin Huang gave a musical treat to local audiences
Amal Sarwar calls it the Anti Cupcake Society (ACS) and her female clients 'cupcakes'
Speakers discuss women’s struggles against harassment in Pakistan
'Stories for Children' is an animated series about inspiring figures in Pakistan
Quilting is one of the greatest forms of therapy, says co-founder of The Piecemakers Guild
The PIFF will now conduct mobile screenings of international and local films at six venues across Karachi from March 2-4
The week-long festival featured different Internationally acclaimed Iranian productions
Visual appeal and skillful production compensate for a comedy with a predictable trajectory
The anthology includes the translated works of Nobel laureates Kawabata Yasunair and Oe Kinzaburo
Ustad Rais' first public performance was at age 12 in front of the governor of Bengal
Kanno’s impressive experience and depth is recognised the world over
The play is based on an award-winning playwright who gets sucked into the ratings business
“Literary imagination knows no boundaries,” Aamer Hussain said of Hina’s stories
Survival was the key theme behind the tales shared by all the witnesses
The 40-minute play charts the trials of a man caught under a tree and awaits help from the ‘concerned’ departments
Sania Saeed, Sarmad Khoosat, Feryal Ali Gauhar and Erfan Khoosat presented a glimpse of Manto's life and work
This is the first time that a Palestinian theatre group, The Freedom Theatre, will perform in the country
The gathering was a desperate call to resuscitate the genre of classical music that has long been suffering from neglect
Set in ancient Rome, the play revolves around the Roman prince Marcus and his love for a beautiful Jewish girl Raheel.
The exhibition highlights the relevance behind Kashmir -- a piece of land which has for long divided and united people.