Another proud moment for Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Pakistani Cinema.
Academy and Emmy Award winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Andy Schocken’s documentary “Song of Lahore” premiered in New York City [NYC] on the 3rd of November 2015. The premiere was hosted by legendary Academy Award winning Actress Meryl Streep at the Crosby Street Hotel in . . . → Read More: USA – ‘Song of Lahore’ premieres at event hosted by Meryl Streep
(By RAZA RUMI) Pakistan’s best export to the United States is none other than the celebrated artist Shahzia Sikander. More than two decades of her multitudinous art practice has culminated in a series of recent public events that both employ her work as a highpoint of contemporary artistic expression as well as pay a . . . → Read More: Doing it Shahzia Sikander style
Academy and Emmy Award winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Andy Schocken’s documentary “Song of Lahore” premiered in New York City [NYC] on the 3rd of November 2015. The premiere was hosted by legendary Academy Award winning Actress Meryl Streep at the Crosby Street Hotel in New York where a special performance by The Sachal . . . → Read More: USA – ‘Song of Lahore’ premieres at event hosted by Meryl Streep
The Population Summit 2015 is being organized by the Population Council’s Pakistan office, in collaboration with the Ministries of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination, and Planning, Development and Reforms, Government of Pakistan. The Honorable Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, will inaugurate the summit and it will . . . → Read More: The Population Summit 2015, understanding people
Continuing in its 57-year-old tradition, the All Pakistan Music Conference kicked off on Tuesday evening at the Lawrence Garden open air theatre.
Music lovers congregated at the venue to become a part of the historical festival that dates back to 1959. “Since 2008, we had shifted to Alhamra in view of the adverse security situation. . . . → Read More: Musical festival returns to Lahore
Jackie Collins, who wrote the kind of novels that tweedy English professors typically ignore or sniff at — sex-filled, escapist, utterly unpretentious — but that millions of readers devour and teenagers used to read by flashlight under the covers at night, died on Saturday in Los Angeles. She was 77.
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Junaid Jamshed is in the spotlight again and not for a good reason. After facing severe criticism over his recent sexist remark, the pop star-turned-televangelist released a clarification in the form of a video.
That, however, didn’t stop superstar Ali Zafar from grilling Junaid — and that too publicly. Giving Junaid some benefit of the . . . → Read More: Ali Zafar demands public clarification from Junaid
Supermodel Ayyan Ali has decided to challenge the action of putting her name on the Exit Control List (ECL).
According to reports, the supermodel allegedly involved in money laundering, has expressed grave concern over the new development against her. She decided to challenge the action in court and also started consultations with her lawyers in . . . → Read More: Ayyan set to challenge ECL?