A Pakistani athlete has clinched the Mr Musclemania title at the Mr Musclemania competition in Las Vegas on Sunday.
In a video message posted on his Facebook page, Pakistani bodybuilder Salman Ahmad said after winning the gold medal in the World Men Open in light weight class at the event he became the pro-card holder . . . → Read More: Bodybuilding successes from Pakistan
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
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
With Pakistan becoming the first associate member of the European Organisation for Nuclear Research among Asian countries this year, young scientists from the country have already started to make their mark.
A graduate of the National University of Science and Technology (Nust) stood first at the summer internship programme at the research facility popularly . . . → Read More: Pakistani students creating waves at CERN
Former Pakistan cricket captain Younis Khan is poised to surpass compatriot Javed Miandad as the team’s greatest Test match run scorer, but he refuses to be considered the equal of a man he describes as a ‘legend and an idol’.
The 37-year-old needs just 19 more runs in the three-Test series against England starting in . . . → Read More: Younis Khan may break Javed Miandad’s test record
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