Amidst the hue and cry about rigging in elections,the political topsy turvy and the mercury rising and crossing the boiling point,there comes good news for Pakistan. Samina Baig and her brother Mirza Ali made history by climbing the world’s highest mountain Mount Everest without using supplemental oxygen.
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Mr Sharif offered India a joint investigation and the full sharing of what it reveals. He also promised a thorough inquiry into Kargil and agreed to share its full report with the Indian government
The first thing that strikes you about Nawaz Sharif is his smile. It is big and broad and seems to cover . . . →Read More:The ways of the tiger
The 38-year-old former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder will call time on a glittering career at the end of his five-month contract with French club Paris St-Germain.
Over the past 21 years,Beckham has won 10 league titles across four countries,elevating himself to A-list status to become the world’s most wealthy and . . . →Read More:Becks retires gracefully
Ever since Imran Khan gave his political quest the name “Tsunami” I have pleaded with the PTI to please change the name to,say,“clean sweep” or “landslide victory” or whatever,for tsunamis are hugely destructive storms that can devastate whole towns and cities,even countries,and kill hundreds of thousands of people,animals,trees:whichever and . . . →Read More:The tsunami needs taming
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt has returned to jail to serve his sentence for firearms offences linked to 1993 blasts which killed 257 people in Mumbai.
The actor gave himself up at a court in the western Indian city.
Dutt has already served 18 months of a five-year term for illegally possessing a rifle and . . . →Read More:Dutt to serve prison sentence
The Ajoka theatre group kicked off its celebration of Saadat Hassan Manto’s 101st birth anniversary here on Wednesday with readings from his work by famous writers and clips from a television show on his life.
The evening began at the Alhamra on The Mall with the presentation of an upcoming drama and movie,Mai Manto, . . . →Read More:Ajoka commemorates Manto’s Anniversary
Chinese commuters got a shocking surprise earlier this week when gallons of putrid foam started oozing out of the street.
The photo was reportedly taken in the city of Nanjing around 9 p.m. on Monday and the substance covered an area of “forty or fifty square meters,”according to a translation of news outlet . . . →Read More:What is this stuff?
Whimsical yet riveting,infusing the works of East meets West,the latest exhibition to open at Satrang Gallery,“What remains are children’s lullabies” features the works of six artists who manage to transcend boundaries and speak through the language of art alone.
American artists Chloe Boden and Marian Barber add their unique own dimension and . . . →Read More:East meets West at Satrang Art Gallery