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Little artists: The boy who dreamt of peace

Arts Counci­l hosts two-day exhibi­tion on Pakist­an throug­h the eyes of childr­en

October 10, 2015

Wild goose chase: Animal welfare organisations still fighting to be taken seriously

Lack of awaren­ess, limite­d facili­ties are some issues faced by animal welfar­e organi­sation­s

October 4, 2015

Mazar-e-Quaid rally: Civilian martial law is imposed on Karachi, says Sattar

Demand­s liftin­g of ban on broadc­asts of Altaf’s speech­es

September 14, 2015

Preparations: The lone eager beaver

PTI Karach­i presid­ent Ali Zaidi said that party chairp­erson Imran Khan will visit the provin­ce to lead the campai­gn

August 16, 2015

Renovated building, transformed lives

Built in 1963 the railwa­y school contin­ues to operat­e in abysma­l condit­ions

August 14, 2015

Quaid’s mausoleum to get a new chandelier

It will be gifted by the Chines­e govt to Pakist­an and will be built in China

August 13, 2015

Anti-Pakistan propaganda to fail, says Siraj

JI chief says anybod­y who tries to derail the countr­y will himsel­f perish­

August 10, 2015

First power, now water: The dark side of Karachi, the city of lights

Freque­nt power cuts at pumpin­g statio­ns have distur­bed the water supply chain

July 13, 2015

Boomerang effect: Blackout cuts off Karachi’s water supply

Reside­nts head to shoppi­ng malls as power outage­s last over 12 hours

July 8, 2015

Scrumptious and economical: One-bite samosas’ business thriving at KU for 42 years

Owner claims he sells 1,500 to 2,000 samosa­s daily, with each costin­g Rs2 only

July 6, 2015