Maheen Khan, the doyenne of Pakistani trends, brought Pakistan Fashion Week to a close with her swansong, an ode to the fashionable women of Karachi
Designers displaying their collection on day two of the three day Pakistan Fashion Week in Karachi included the renowned Shehla Chatoor.
Classic and vintage cars taking part in a Karachi to Peshawar rally drive through the Pakistani capital.
A recent study concludes that maternal influence can be a big factor in how long a child stays in education. In this edition of Learning World we
The Pakistani Taliban on Saturday announced a one-month ceasefire aimed at reviving peace talks after receiving what it said were government
The Taliban in Pakistan have claimed a “huge victory” with the suicide car bomb killing of top police Superintendent Chaudhry Aslam, who had a
A French restaurant in Islamabad has been reportedly shut down by police amid anger over its refusal to serve Pakistanis.
La Maison, run by
Once found in large numbers in northern Pakistan, the Himalayan brown bear is now a critically endangered species.
Only small populations can
Does creativity come from within or is it a skill which can be developed? Creative education is currently considered very effective. In this edition
Wedding season is in full swing and Pakistan’s leading bridal fashion event is back in Lahore with its exotic treasure trove of bejewelled couture
A Pakistani doctor who helped the U.S. track down al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has been charged with murder.
Shakil Afridi is accused of causing
Happening Now. Malaka Yousafzai addresses European Parliament.
This edition of ‘For Children in War’ focuses on the challenges faced by girls in their quest for schooling in a displaced person’s camp in Pakistan
Copies of the book I am Malala, written by the teenage girl seriously injured after being shot by the Taliban in 2012, have been banned by Pakistani
The Pakistani Taliban has rejected further peace talks with the government – just hours after electing a new leader.
Mullah Fazlullah, whose men
There are close to 30 million slaves worldwide with India home to nearly half, a new report has claimed.
The Global Slavery Index 2013, the first
A Pakistani teenage activist shot in the head by the Taliban last year for campaigning for better rights for girls, won the European Union’s annual
Earthquakes are more commonly associated with death and destruction.
And the 7.8 magnitude quake in Pakistan was no different – it killed at least
A burka-clad cartoon heroine has made her debut appearance on Pakistani television.
The computer-generated animation “Burka Avenger” tells the
The site for The Bureau of Investigative Journalism disclosed a confidential document on Tuesday July 22, revealing the extent of the Pakistani
A letter from senior member of the Taliban Adnan Rasheed has been sent to Malala Yousafzai, the teenager who was shot in the head last year by gunmen
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari’s security chief was killed in a suspected suicide bomb attack in the volatile port city of Karachi on
In many ways the world is a better place for women than it was a century ago when International Women’s Day was first held. But UNESCO estimates that
While traditional agricultural methods can be very productive it is still important to keep up with new developments, as demand for foodstuffs grows