Lakhany Silk Mills has teamed up with the acclaimed fashion designer Zainab Chottani to launch their Eid Formals, on the 15th of June 2016, across…
EzPz Sehat, a startup technology company, started its operations in Pakistan Sunday by launching a powerful online data platform where patients can, within minutes, find the right doctor from over five major cities and 30 plus specialisations, and get an appointment online, thereby simplifying one of the tedious processes in patient-doctor consultation.
Hundreds of US and Pakistani business leaders joined government officials to explore commercial opportunities and expand business-to-business linkages. The 2016 conference, the first to be held in the United States, built upon President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s October 2015 commitment to expand bilateral trade and investment.
Superstar Anil Kapoor, who launched Fawad Khan with Khoobsurat, has opened up about his desire to visit Pakistan.
June 5 is observed as Pakistani Peacekeepers Day and it marks an important event to pay homage to Pakistani martyrs who made supreme sacrifices for noble cause of international peace and security.
Mona Prakash Mahtani, a resident of Hyderabad, received the Commonwealth Youth Award for Excellence, 2016, in the field of education.
KARACHI: Digital rights activist Nighat Dad has been awarded the prestigious Atlantic Council Digital Freedom Award for 2016.
Humayun Saeed has signed on with Max Production (Riphah International University) for a collaboration to scout emerging talent from Pakistan to promote local cinema and enhance the country’s image globally. The official signing ceremony of this collaboration took place in Karachi on 25th May’16.
‘Do you study that Earth is flat?’, was the question of a class IX student of Pardada Pardadi Inter College (Bulandshehar, U.P.) when the students got an opportunity to talk with their counterparts in Pakistan during the classroom to classroom connect program of Aaghaz-e-Dosti. Aaghaz-e-Dosti Karachi coordinator, Suraya Islam asked students there in Pakistan, ‘What is the shape of Earth?’ to which students replied together, ‘Golhai’ (Earth is round).
In a telling tale of courage and resolve, a young girl from the northwestern region of Pakistan braved through primitive, cultural, and social barriers to become one of the most renowned figures of the region. Maria Toorpakai grew up in Waziristan, hitherto the hotbed of terrorist activities and termed one of the “most dangerous places on earth”. Home to the Taliban, it is a place where girls are often deprived of schooling, where extremists denounce women’s sports for being un-Islamic. “I could feel that girls enslaved are not equally treated as boys,” Toorpakai said.