Another teenage girl from Swat has done the Pakistani nation proud as she was awarded the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award in the United States Saturday night.
Thirteen-year-old Hadiqa Bashir – whose forerunner was none other than Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai – is the youngest person to receive the award.
The third annual ‘Muhammad Ali Humanitarian . . . → Read More: Pakistan is proud of Hadiqa Bashir
Pakistan Disabled Cricket Team (PDCT) progressed to the final of the Five-nation ICRC International T20 Cricket Tournament by defeating arch-rivals India by 43 runs at the BKSP Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on Monday.
A four-wicket haul, including a hat-trick, by Fayyaz Ahmed ensured that PDCT lead the table with six points and book a place . . . → Read More: Pakistan beats India by 43 runs in PDCT cricket tournament
Prominent advocate and author of the 1973 Constitution, Abdul Hafeez Pirzada, passed away in London on Tuesday.
His younger brother, Abdul Mujeeb Pirzada, confirmed that Hafeez had been hospitalised in London for over a month.
The prominent lawyer, who had last represented Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in the judicial commission probing the May 2013 elections, had . . . → Read More: Abdul Hafeez Pirzada passes away
August 04 was the fifth death anniversary of Safwat Ghayur. An army officer who met Safwat first time described him as “a lean man, with loosely fitted clothes, a hint of pattas (a pushtu word for hair coming down over the neck) peeping out from behind his beret, with a swagger in his gait, a . . . → Read More: A remarkable police officer – Remembering Safwat Ghayur
There really is no end to Pakistani talent and a young lady by the name of Laraib Atta is sure-fire proof of that. This is the daughter of acclaimed Pakistani musical legend Atta Ullah Khan Esakhelvi and she has created a career for herself of her own accord as a Visual Effects Artist in Hollywood.
. . . → Read More: A mega talented father’s talented daughter
1. Zahra Afridi
(By Zermina Naveed) This hard-core Interior Designer runs her own company with her latest project being the Classic Rock Coffee Café in Islamabad. She also happens to have kick-boxing training, which is a very unconventional field for Pakistani women to be in. Are all the Afridis this talented?
. . . → Read More: Pakistan women like no other
An extremely sad, painful and soul searing event took place on the night of August 15, 2015. Renowned Gen Hamid Gul left this mortal world never to return. He was at Murree with his wife and other family members for recreation. While watching the TV program, at about 2030 hours he developed headache and his . . . → Read More: General Hamid Gul – A tribute
“The Frontier Works Organization (FWO) has built roads with 502 kilometers length on the western alignment of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to link Gwadar with other parts of the country. The FWO took up the challenge to extend the benefits of Gwadar port to rest of the country by building roads in rugged mountainous . . . → Read More: Half the CPEC constructed in record time
BARA, Pakistan — The whitewashed mansion once housed a millionaire — but these days its marbled halls are home to a military experiment on returning former Taliban fighters to mainstream society.
The deradicalization center in war-torn Bara resembles a typical elite boarding school: there’s a library, dormitory, canteen, recess and different sports teams. Its . . . → Read More: From terrorists to healthy citizens