Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) founder Arvind Kejriwal has won the TIME magazine’s readers poll of 100 Most Influential People in the world with the highest percentage of ‘yes’ votes. BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi is second.
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For all those decrying the death of creativity in Pakistani music, the rise and rise of Pakistani rap is an eye-opener. While Pakistani rap started with Fakhar-e-alam, once the comic Ahmad Ali Butt (White boy from L-town) was the only rapper of note in the Indus Music (IM) . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s growing and inspiring rap culture
The event will showcase Pakistan’s key strengths in textile, fashion fabrics, dresses, party wear & formal wear, food stuff, spices, etc.
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Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers & Exporters Association (PRGMEA) in collaboration with EVECON a subsidiary of South Asian Resources Group (SARG) are organizing Made in Pakistan Solo Exhibition . . . → Read More: Mumbai hosts “Made In Pakistan Expo 2014″
Music fans across the globe celebrated 49th birthday of Pakistani pop-queen Nazia Hassan on Thursday. She may have left us almost fourteen years back but she is still alive in the hearts of her fans and her songs are still loved by the music lovers.
The iconic pop star kicked off her singing career during 70s, as a . . . → Read More: Fans celebrate Nazia Hassan’s 49th birthday
By Venessa Wong
Cereal marketers have worked out a sophisticated way to get children to pay attention to kids’ cereal in the grocery aisle: the old “loooook into my eeeeyes”method.
In a study of 65 cereals at 10 grocery stores, researchers at Cornell University found that cereals marketed to kids are often placed at a lower shelf . . . → Read More: Here’s looking at you, kids: Cap’n Crunch on the cereal box
Walking through the black metallic gates of Government College, Lahore, now the Government College University (GCU), one is greeted by a winding path shaded by large trees. At the end of the trail stands the red building with its large Gothic-style clock tower. The tower is visible from almost all roads adjoining the GCU. It . . . → Read More: Lahore through the eyes of Khushwant Singh
Different competitions marked the week-long “spring splash 2014” that kicked off at the Preston University on Friday.
Students of public and private universities from Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Kohat, Peshawar, Lahore and other cities of Punjab were taking part in the competitions that included ‘qirat’, bilingual debate, drama, singing and sports activities.
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LAHORE: Thousands of devotees from all over the country have gathered for the 426th urs of Madhu Lal Hussain that kicked off on Saturday.
The three-day celebration, also known as Mela Chiraghan (festival of lights), is famous for a big alao (fire) in which devotees toss oil, ghee, candles, wax and various other offerings. Minister . . . → Read More: “My life’s mission is to serve the saints”: The festival of lights
Narratives Untold, featuring the latest collection of art work by Madiha Mehreen and Muneeb Aqib, opened at Gallery 39K on Friday. Their works have previously been exhibited as part of The Door at Gallery 39K and the Young Artists Exhibition at Alhamra Art Gallery in 2013.
These recent graduates of Hazara University, Mansehra, make . . . → Read More: Expressing the untold narratives
PESHAWAR / DI KHAN / KHAR: A defence exhibition was held in Army Stadium Peshawar on Sunday to mark Pakistan Day. The event was inaugurated by corps commander Lieutenant General Khalid Rabbani.
The day started with a salute of 21 canons, after which a large number of people visited the exhibition and took a keen interest . . . → Read More: KP and FATA celebrate Pakistan with full fanfare