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  • Apple cuts prices, screen sizes for new iPhone, iPad

    CUPERTINO: Apple went small — cutting prices as well as screen sizes — unveiling a new iPhone and iPad aimed at reaching more customers and boosting replacements, at a low-key product unveiling on Monday...

    The new iPhone SE will debut at $399 for US customers without a contract subsidy, a significant cut from the price of its larger iPhones...

  • Afghanistan needs to abandon 'anti-Pakistan lens': DG ISPR

    Director General (DG) Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor in an interview with a private TV channel on Tuesday called for Afghanistan to abandon its 'anti-Pakistan lens' and devise policies with Pakistan through an 'Afghan lens'...

    Ghafoor's statements come as Pakistan steps up a crackdown against militancy through Operation Raddul Fasaad after a recent surge in terror attacks across the country, with top...

  • Saving the dying birds with the lens

    With 12 solo shows, in various countries, including the UK, Sweden, the US, Czech Republic, Oman and a couple of shows in Pakistan to his credit, Mr Sulemani has been practising photography for more than a decade...

    His exhibitions have worked like ambassador for the country, for several western photographers, inspired by his works, have visited Pakistan...

  • Italy’s passion captured through the lens

    The black and white photos were shot on 35mm film format and the colour photographs on digital format with a 50mm lens...

    ”Bellini’s work has been published in the Washington Post, Guardian and Der Speigel, and he has previously visited and photographed in Pakistan...

  • Baltistan through my lens

    The past couple of years have brought a positive boom in Pakistan’s tourism industry...

    Perched at an altitude of 8200ft and surrounded by snow-capped mountains, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes of Pakistan...

  • Revisting Pindi through the lens

    RAWALPINDI: The narrow streets and alleys of the garrison city came alive with the sound of clicking cameras and astonished tourists, as participants of a one-of-a-kind photo walk strolled through the old city on Friday...

    Rawalpindi is a town with a rich heritage and culture and the city has a feel of its own
  • Roving through Karachi: one lens at a time

    KARACHI: This city is no stranger to excellent photographers and many of its famous buildings have attracted professional lensmen...

    However, the exhibition ‘I am Karachi Museum’ held at the Alliance Francaise presented different angles of the city saved in a photograph taken by amateur photographers from all corners of the city
  • Plight of the IDPs narrated by the lens

    ISLAMABAD: ‘Pakistan behind the Headlines’, a photographic exhibition by Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF), explores the lives of the residents of Kurram Agency and other displaced people of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata)...

    The concept of the exhibition came from Shaista Aziz, a freelance journalist who has been working with MSF for two years, of which nine months were spent in Pakistan...

  • Snapchat 'Yellow Face' lens slapped as offensive

    SAN FRANCISCO: Vanishing message app Snapchat made a photo lens quickly disappear after an online uproar branding it an offensive stereotype of Asians worthy of the label “Yellow Face”...

    The lens overlaid faces in photos with cartoon visages featuring slanted eyes, wide cheeks and toothy grins...

  • What every contact lens wearer needs to know

    Doctors believe that wearing contact lens increases a person’s risk of eye infection by almost 30 per cent as compared to people who do not wear lenses...

    Infections are not caused by lenses but because people do not take proper care or have poor lens wearing habits...

  • Portfolio: A different lens for our times

    Similarly, in the metal installations, the lines and words alternate so much so that it takes a few readings before one is able to comprehend the meaning behind these, and again when one is talking of subjects like the UN stance on Palestine and Israel, and arms race between Pakistan and India, where nothing tends to make sense, these techniques seem to capture the frustration more than the words themselves...

  • Alternative lens

    So it is that in Pakistan’s history there are a few names that stand out for having been worthy of remark in their idea of what serving the public meant — Gen Ziaul Haq, for example...

    Might those chafing against the confines of public or military service find this galling? Perhaps that’s another lens through which to view the imbalances that plague Pakistan...

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