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  • ARTSPEAK: CLOTHES AND CULTURE

    Once in the departure lounge of Dubai airport waiting for a flight to Karachi, I was acutely aware that this dishevelled motley crowd of tired travellers that I saw there bore no resemblance to the heritage of elegant clothing and style the region was known for...

    Rather than between traditional and Western clothes it has become between Western and ‘Islamic’ clothing...

  • PTI lawmaker rips his clothes in protest against budget

    ISLAMABAD: A member of the opposition on Wednesday chose a unique way to register his protest against the federal budget — tearing his clothes at the entrance of the Parliament — a move meant to reflect the state of the common person in Pakistan...

    MNA Hamidul Haq of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf had meant to tear his clothes in front of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar while he was speaking on the floor of the Assembly but was held back by...

  • Student killed by trigger-happy policemen in plain clothes

    KARACHI: A college student selling a mobile phone was killed while a suspected robber posing as a buyer was wounded late on Sunday night when trigger-happy policemen in plain clothes fired at them in the Sindhi Muslim Cooperative Housing Society, officials said on Monday...

    The police chief directed the Karachi-East Zone DIG to carry out fair, impartial and transparent investigation into the incident and submit a detailed report to...

  • UAE warns against wearing traditional clothes abroad

    DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates has warned its citizens to avoid wearing traditional garments when travelling abroad after an Emirati man was handcuffed in Ohio over terrorism fears...

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a tweet late Saturday that Emiratis should avoid wearing the garments for their safety
  • Second-hand clothes to become expensive

    KARACHI: People living below the poverty line may have to pay more for used clothes and woolies following 33-126 per cent increase in import trade price (ITP) by the Customs Valuation Department...

    Salim said rising imports of worn clothing means that a large number of people still cannot afford costly clothes (local and branded) due to soaring cost of living, low incomes, poverty and limited purchasing power...

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