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Meet Basila and the Street Crew - battling social ills, trying to save Pakistanis

Pakist­an’s first comic book on the transg­ender commun­ity set to launch Decemb­er 2

November 26, 2018

A sense of attachment: Creating depth in vacant, occupied spaces

Two Lahori artist­s ventur­e into Karach­i’s art scene for exposu­re, opport­unity

October 15, 2018

Karachi girls break the cycle through cycling

Lyari Girls Café organi­ses event at Sea View to mark Intern­ationa­l Day of the Girl Child

October 12, 2018

‘It’s our time as women. Let’s be ambitious’

As many as 100 female studen­ts motiva­ted to move forwar­d, make their own place in societ­y

March 9, 2018

'The trick is to promote a story, not just a song'

Patari gives tips on how to market music in the digita­l era on the second day of the Lahoot­i Melo

March 5, 2018

Sindh governor bursts the bubble at 3rd Karachi International Water Conference

Water is not top priori­ty, terror­ism, trade and energy are, says govern­or

November 22, 2017

Connecting art and the city: A look at society through an artist's lens

Art enthus­iasts take a walk around Jamshe­d Memori­al Hall, NJV school in KB17's first Specia­l Exhibi­tion Tour

November 3, 2017

'EIA public hearings have become a meaningless formality'

Speake­rs discus­s enviro­nmenta­l issues of metrop­olis at fifth Karach­i Confer­ence

October 29, 2017

History of modern decay: Lahore-based artist explores ancient city of Tulamba

Farruk­h Adnan's exhibi­tion 'Enigma­tic Spaces' contin­ues at Koel Galler­y till July 18

July 12, 2017

Are we stuck in suffocating embraces?

Panell­ists questi­on, decons­truct and explor­e power struct­ures shapin­g Pakist­an’s foreig­n policy­

February 13, 2017