Renowned television actor and comedian Zulqarnain Haider said Pak-Iran co-production should be promoted to overcome the ongoing crises in the film industry. In a media interview he said Iranian film industry possesses modern technology and we are ... Pakistan Today, 1 month ago
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No wonder, the book spins and spoofs the IPL: the hyped, sleazy, multi-billion cricket league run by the stunningly unaccountable, super, super rich BCCI Sandeep Kumar Delhi Rajiv Rajendra's second novel on cricket, The League, is all about ...HardNews Magazine, 1 week ago
Nichola Khan: 'Remote control' politics of Karachi Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi: Polio and paranoia Features Nukhbah Taj Langah: The discontents of Seraiki nationalism Dua Abbas Rizvi: Angels and Demons Tahir Jahangir: The magic mushrooms ...The Friday Times, 1 week ago
The cricketing education of Stuart Broad began in some ways exactly like yours or mine, and in other ways nothing like ours at all. There was the familiar: endless games in the back garden, begging family members to throw a ball at him, hitting a ...BBC, 1 month ago
Lahore: After a delay in release of results allover the country, Election Commission of Pakistan has released results at last. Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz has emerged as the biggest party in the largest province of the country. Here is a detail ...The News Tribe, 1 month ago
The timing of the release of Rajiv Rajendra's second 'Crim-Cric' novel The League is perfect considering it falls bang in the middle of the Indian Premier League, on which, it is loosely based. With a story that pans out more like a Bollywood ...Outlook India, 1 month ago
Books: Help yourself Culture: "I don't want people to see it and pityingly say 'It's good... for a Pakistani video'" Photo Archive: The Khan of Kalat (1893)Hot Features TFT Mohammad Shehzad Sher Khan, a laborer, is carrying this huge log of wood ...The Friday Times, 1 month ago
Jaish Mohammad has posted a picture of Osama bin Laden saying that he is the greatest hero of Islam and users should 'Like' his picture. ... read more An Evening with Bapsi Sidhwa By Noor Afsar Mirza Noor Afsar Mirza attended a writing workshop by ...The Friday Times, 1 month ago Khojak Tunnel, Balochistan (1927) The Friday Times, 1 month ago Balochistan braces for ballot The Friday Times, 1 month ago
By Noor Afsar Mirza Noor Afsar Mirza attended a writing workshop by Bapsi Sidhwa at LUMS and thoroughly enjoyed herself... read more Who Speaks Punjabi? By Altaf Hussain Asad Altaf Hussain Asad reports on last month's World Mother Language Day ...The Friday Times, 1 month ago
Art: A challenge to the supremacy of painting Review: Avert your gaze! Books: The far pavilions Story: Looking for Heer in Jhang View: Bad moon rising Memoir: To Dhaka with love Obituary: A poet dies in obscurity Fashion: The alchemists ...The Friday Times, 1 month ago
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