“Helping the country through research” is the Social Policy and Development Centre’s (SPDC) mantra. And at a seminar last month they displayed a penchant for doing so with innovative new programmes.
Kiran Aman hosted a grand event to announce the opening of her first jewellery boutique.
A unique event brought together some of Pakistan’s talented youngsters to compete in Red Bull’s Monta Ball Freestyle Football competition.
Coke Studio continues its journey in reigniting our pride and passion while showing that music can be a means of bringing people closer together.
The famed house of Mausummery Lawn launched their first ready-to-wear outlet in Lahore, called Origins.
Noorjehan Bilgrami took her talents to the stage of UNESCO palace in Beirut, Lebanon, where she put on an outstanding show for a crowd of nearly 750 people.
The Citizens Archive of Pakistan has encapsulated the first decade of Pakistan’s freedom struggle to move audiences like never before.
Photospace Gallery played host for the launch of a calendar, “Shades of Green,” titled after renowned photographer Tapu Javeri’s second book.
Shazia Mirza poked fun at unassuming members of the audience, took several jabs at the state of her non-existent sex life and even made fun of women in niqaab.
Abida Parveen’s concert at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture on March 13 was ethereal.