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)
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In honour of Zubeida Mustafa’s recent Lifetime Achievement Award, granted by the International Women’s Media Foundation, Newsline takes a look at her long career as a journalist.
Irfan Husain’s book examines the global confrontation between Islam and the West, against the backdrop of 9/11.
“I await a script that addresses the ‘real’ woman.”
“I have taken an oath on the Kalima that if I am the son of a Baloch I will never return to the People’s Party.”
Pakistan’s relationship with Uncle Sam has nose-dived post-Chicago, but the empire and its attendant arms have always used a usually obsequious Pakistan for their own vested interests.
Islamabad Fashion Week Autumn/Winter showcased clothes by both veteran and emerging designers.
When it comes to Tim Burton’s latest film, Dark Shadows, the word bizarre is an understatement.
“Our channels feed into the stereotype of emotionally incapacitated women.”