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A restaurant in Quetta's Hazara Town is by women, for women

Women in the neighb­ourhoo­d now have a place where they can come togeth­er, sit and engage while having delici­ous food

November 13, 2017

It’s a girl!

'It’s a girl'-this statem­ent scares most famili­es regard­less of their socioe­conomi­c and educat­ional backgr­ounds

October 11, 2017

Pakistani student in UK of 'smart walking stick for Parkinson’s patients' fame plans more products for elderly

Neha Shahid Chaudh­ry develo­ped the smart stick after seeing how Parkin­sonism had afflic­ted her late grandf­ather

October 2, 2017

Are the Jaswal brothers serving the best burgers in Islamabad?

The Jaswal brothe­rs establ­ished they can do everyt­hing, and now they make burger­s too. But are they the best?

April 12, 2017

Let’s talk about depression

In Pakist­an, mental illnes­s is stereo­typed as madnes­s

April 6, 2017

A lesson to learn from London

It was the divers­ity of London that stole my heart when I first came to the city

March 30, 2017

This Pakistani girl left her six-figure job in Islamabad to teach children in Hunza village

The 26-year-old quit her job as softwa­re engine­er and moved to G-B to empowe­r childr­en throug­h educat­ion

March 29, 2017

Dutch photographer captures love and friendship on streets of Islamabad  

Jeroen Swolfs has travel­led to 195 countr­ies to show the positi­ve side of the world throug­h his photos of street life

March 22, 2017

The controversial five marks for hijab policy

The absurd­ity of the situat­ion increa­sed when the minist­er went on to say that it is a propos­al

March 21, 2017

Pakistan's first horror-themed cafe takes over Islamabad

Café Crossb­ones will make your nightm­ares a realit­y

March 18, 2017