SPEAKERS have called for tangible steps to resolve fast emerging pollution problems and plastic disposal.
Speaking at a seminar on Oxo-biodegradable Plastic Technology and Global Warming at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce & Industry on Thursday, LCCI President Shahzad Ali Malik said there was a dire need to create awareness among the masses, and anything . . . → Read More: Businessmen call for resolving pollution problems, protecting environment
Despite the foremost efforts of Film Producers and Directors, Senate and National Assembly Standing Committees on Culture, Ministry of Culture and Central Board of Film Censors, the year 2010 ended with the worst status of Pakistani film industry.
All the concerned departments held a number of meetings to discuss the issues of dying film industry . . . → Read More: 2010 ends with no hopes for revival of Pakistan’s fledgling film industry
India’s Enforcement Directorate (ED) has confiscated eight properties and five parking spaces acquired by renowned Pakistani singer Adnan Sami under the Foreign Exchange Management Act.
This means that the same have become Indian government properties.
. . . → Read More: Adnan Sami’s properties in India seized
No more Pakistani movies are likely to be released this year as most of the film-related activities come to a halt with the advent of Muharram on December 7.
. . . → Read More: Lollywood comes to a grinding halt as Muharram approaches
Fashion can indeed play a role in rehabilitation efforts in flood affected areas.
In the year 2010, several things have gone wrong in our country and our beloved city Karachi. We’ve had our fair share of bomb blasts, floods, robberies and murders.
Let’s face it; this hasn’t exactly stopped us from having our fun. . . . → Read More: Fashion could save Pakistan!
Video killed the radio star, but everything under the sun had a hand in the bloody murder of Pakistani cinema, or so The Forgotten Song (Bhuli Huwi Hoon Dastaan) in its tepid way would have you believe. Scrambling to play the blame game, the documentary by Karachi based filmmaker or ‘slashie’ (as he was referred . . . → Read More: Demise indeed