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  • The bustling shrine of Bari Imam

    On the road just behind Islamabad’s Red Zone wherein lie sensitive government buildings like the president and prime minister houses, stands a gargantuan replica of Masjid-i-Nabvi...

    At the foot of the Margalla Hills, the shrine of Bari Imam, Hazrat Shah Abdul Latif Kazmi, attracts devotees from across the country...

  • SC orders removal of encroachments around luxury hotels in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the removal of encroachments and road blockades around luxury hotels in the capital within 24 hours...

    While taking notice of encroachments around two hotels, the court directed the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to submit a report after implementing the order today (Thursday)...

  • Security audit of Islamabad hotels ordered

    ISLAMABAD: Deputy Inspector General (operations) Waqaruddin Syed on Monday ordered a security audit of hotels, especially five-star ones, in the capital in the wake of the terrorist attack on Pearl Continental (PC) in Gwadar, police said on Monday...

    The audit is aimed at identifying loopholes and improving security of the hotels...

  • The mazar & BRT

    The elevated transit-way reappeared, either as a bus rapid transit (BRT) or light rail, in every subsequent mass transit proposal for the city and was opposed each time through contacts with officials in Karachi and Islamabad, newspaper articles and public forums...

    This will obstruct the view to about 50 listed heritage buildings and also obstruct the view of the Quaid’s mazar from M...

  • Accord on Mazar-i-Quaid chandelier signed with China

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China signed on Tuesday an agreement of implementing a project of manufacture and maintenance of the chandelier of the Mazar-i-Quaid...

    He said that the Mazar-i-Quaid was a symbol of unity and national cohesion, adding that the decoration and care of the mausoleum was the government’s top priority...

  • To the Quaid’s mazar we go

    KARACHI: Two rallies, one on bicycles, and the other a motorcycle and exotic cars drive, along the roads of the city were some of the highlights of the Independence Day celebrations early on Sunday...

    The parking lot of Bar BQ Tonight at 6am was filled by cyclists in green along with their bicycles
  • Mazar-i-Quaid to have solar system

    This was pointed out at a meeting of the sub-committee of the Senate Standing Committee on Information and Broadcasting and National Heritage held on Monday at the Mazar Management Board...

    He further pointed out that the federal government bears all the expenses of the mazar...

  • Indian consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif attacked by gunmen

    MAZAR-I-SHARIF: The Indian consulate in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif came under attack on Sunday with an unknown number of gunmen attempting to enter the compound after twin explosions and shots were heard, the spokesman for the local governor said...

  • Mazar-i-Quaid illuminated pink in solidarity with breast cancer patients

    The Mazar-i-Quaid was illuminated pink on Saturday as part of solidarity with breast cancer patients and survivors...

    Pink Ribbon Campaign, in collaboration with Government of Pakistan, National History and Literary Heritage Division and administration of Mazar-i-Quaid, illuminated one of the most sanctified places in the country — the Mazar-i-Quaid — in solidarity with the 40,000 women who die each year due to breast cancer...

  • Mazar-i-Miramshah

    Protests in Hamzoni and Islamabad are indicative of this frustration...

    On my way back I wondered if it should be renamed Mazar-i-Miramshah...

  • 'Sab Se Bari Jang' launched

    It happened on Saturday evening when a book detailing the movement for freedom of expression of 1977-78 titled Sab Se Bari Jang, written and compiled by eminent journalist and poet Ahfazur Rehman, was launched at the Arts Council...

  • Bari lauds Malik’s timely decision

    KARACHI: Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Wasim Bari lauded Shoaib Malik’s decision to call it a day from Test cricket while saying the all-rounder has set a perfect precedent for other cricketers to emulate...

    “I think Malik has taken the proper route since he must have felt uncomfortable in a format which he hadn’t played for five years prior to this series,” Bari told Dawn shortly after Malik has announced retirement during the ongoing...

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