Remembering a woman who faced seemingly endless tragedies and showed real mettle in the face of a brutal military dictator.
From the top broadcast powerhouse in the country, chatty host Shaista Wahidy wakes up morning television to woo viewers with her high-profile guests and frolicking segments. But behind her fun persona is a blunt personality with lots to say.
Singer, painter, theatre artist and social worker: Zoe Viccaji is a woman of many talents.
TV actor Humaima Malick speaks of her rebirth as a film actor in Bol, which has catapulted her to the dizzy heights of superstardom.
Syed Saleem Shahzad lived with honour, courage and clarity of purpose.
A performer par excellence, Moeen Akhtar could access the soul of all my characters, says Anwar Maqsood about the man behind his best work on television.
Usman Ghouri’s sudden and untimely death robs the art world of a vital presence.
The feudal lords of Jafarabad have not been able to forgive Mai Jori, a poor hari woman, for contesting an election against them.
Architect, historian and author all rolled into one, Yasmeen Lari’s present mission is building low-cost houses for earthquake and flood victims.
The idea behind Gawaahi.com is to archive and make available on the Internet digital stories of the people of Pakistan with special focus on those who have endured and survived abuse.