Celebrating Excellence The 21st Century Business and Economics Club hosted its first get together for Karachi’s elite business community earlier in September. More... (0)
Food Diary: Breakfast Burrito Try this savoury breakfast burrito if you’re in the mood for a Mexican-style breakfast. More... (0)
Food Diary: Chocolate Fondant Try a triple chocolate fondant with some crème anglaise if you’re in the mood for something decadent. More... (0)
Dial An Ambulance The Aman Foundation’s quick emergency ambulances provide the nation with an invaluable medical service. More... (0)
Pretty Prêt: Daaman Opens at Dolmen Daaman, one of the fastest growing fashion brands in Pakistan, opens an outlet at the Dolmen Mall in Karachi. More... (0)
The Sky is the Limit for Usman Riaz Young musician Usman Riaz is making waves both in Pakistan and abroad. More... (0)
Guilty Pleasure: Magnum Launch Party Unilever Pakistan pulled out all the stops for the launch of the all-new Magnum ice cream range More... (0)
Nameless, faceless, trigger-happy thugs roam the streets, and strike at will. They rob, they encroach, they extort, they kidnap, they murder – and then they vanish into thin air without a trace.
Newsline takes you back in time to 1989 to inspect how violence became a part of Pakistan’s youth culture.
Mutual mistrust makes for uneasy bedfellows, but for the immediate present at least, the US and perhaps Pakistan even more, need to consider their respective compulsions in keeping the relationship alive.
One of the most successful business enterprises in Karachi, IFG Triumph is manned mainly by women – and at their helm is the dynamic matriarch, Bano Ali Bhimjee.
The group art show, Band, Baaja, Baaraat, serves as a reminder that even in the face of violence and terrorism, one must not forget the small joys of life.
Siachen is the bleakest battlefield on Earth – and our soldiers manning it perhaps the bravest men on the planet.
Given that Pakistan and India have only gained death and economic disaster from their respective rigid stands on the Siachen issue, one wonders what it would take for better sense to prevail.
India’s Maoist insurgency is currently the biggest threat to the country – and there are no answers in sight.