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  • Never forget: Peshawar’s indelible scars

    Stepping into the site of a massacre would leave indelible scars on adults, let alone children...

    The new gates, the under-construction auditorium and white-washed walls appear scratchless, but survivors who witnessed the carnage at the auditorium speak of indelible scars that the tragedy has left...

  • Boiling water scars prep student

    MIANWALI: A prep class student at a state-run school of Bhakkar suffered burns when boiling water fell on him on Thursday...

    The teachers of the Government Primary Girls School of Shaheenabad Jandanwala have set up a kitchenette in the institute
  • Smith out to re-open England’s Ashes ‘scars’

    SYDNEY: Skipper Steve Smith says Australia plan to reopen old English Ashes scars starting with a morale-shattering blow in the series opener at the Gabba this month...

    “A few players were out here for that tour, and hopefully we can get them thinking the same way, open a few of those scars up as such, get them thinking ‘oh not this again’ and that kind of thought process...

  • Using crafts to heal the scars of conflict

    RAWALPINDI: In the aftermath of any disaster or conflict, rebuilding homes is seen as the most important way to restore normalcy to any ravaged community...

    But the rehabilitation of the people who will occupy these new homes; those who have to live with trauma, is just as essential for normalisation as material assistance
  • FICTION: THE SCARS OF ESCAPE

    Had he not deservedly won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction last year with his novel The Sympathiser, Viet Thanh Nguyen, like the characters in his new book of short stories, The Refugees, may have been overwhelmed...

    His voice — though recorded in the archives — would not have been as widely heard
  • Scars of war

    A photojournalist who returns home after being in a gruesome accident involving a roadside bombing while covering the Iraq war, Sarah bears physical and psychological scars...

    Sonia Ashraf convincingly pulls off the role of Sara, as she accepts her facial scars as a product of the “job”, still eagerly waiting to return despite the injury...

  • Scars of militancy plague peace-loving Swatis

    MINGORA: Although normalcy has returned to the scenic valley of Swat, yet scores of people, affected by the militancy, are still facing hardships...

    Hundreds of widows and orphans have to struggle to get onetime food while there are many more who suffer from the injuries they received during militancy in the region
  • Fishermen released by India bring home vivid scars

    They wanted to know whether we were sent by Pakistan and if we were carrying weapons in our boat...

    Mohammad Ali Shah, chairman of the Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum, who had also come to receive the fishermen at the station, said it was good that they had returned home in less than a year...

  • England have left ‘scars’ on Australia: Bayliss

    ADELAIDE: England coach Trevor Bayliss says his team left “a few scars” on Australia in the Adelaide Test, suggesting the home side’s second-innings batting performance will have some players feeling “nervous”...

    “We have got a few scars there with the Australian team,” Bayliss told the BBC...

  • Coffee shop sealed, ice cream factory rewarded

    LAHORE: The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) sealed a coffee shop on Mahmood Kasuri Road and awarded Rs25,000 to an ice cream factory during raids here on Tuesday...

    Meanwhile, PFA Director General Noorul Amin Mengal awarded cash to Hico Ice Cream Factory for maintaining hygienic environment...

  • FOOD: THE EMPERORS OF ICE CREAM

    With Karachi’s never-ending summers, it’s always good idea to go and cool off with a bowl of ice cream; after all what can be better than indulging oneself with a trip to one’s local parlour? And there’s something about this concoction of cream, sugar and flavouring that’s nostalgic...

    Everyone, after all, has a favourite childhood memory of ice cream — whether that’s buying a choc bar from their local school canteen or heading out...

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