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    Different Kinds Of Religious Festivals In Pakistan

  • Friends of different kinds

    Just like there are many kinds of people in this world, there are different kinds of friends and friendships...

    All have their various characteristics and purpose, and each one of them fulfils a different kind of friendship need for us...

  • England confused about kinds of pitches: Starc

    BIRMINGHAM: Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc weighed into the ongoing row over the state of pitches for the Ashes series on Monday by accusing England of not knowing what they want...

    Following the tourists’ crushing 405-run win in the second Test at Lord’s, which levelled the five-match series at 1-1, Trevor Bayliss — England’s Australian coach — called for typical English seaming wickets rather than the slow and low pitch at the...
  • Music festivals shake their moneymaker for UK economy

    LONDON: Music festivals like Glastonbury sometimes leave the British countryside strewn with discarded tents and beer cans for days after — but they’re big money-spinners for the nation’s economy, generating billions from revellers following the world’s biggest bands...

    5 million people attended British festivals and concerts in 2014, generating over 3 billion pounds, according to figures released by the industry-backed promotional...

  • Literary festivals

    THAT spring has been ushered in with literary festivals in both Karachi and Lahore is befitting...

    The KLF has over the years grown into a solid institution, drawing large crowds from a cross section of society and providing an essential counterpoint to the narratives of violence and conflict that have so befuddled Pakistan in recent years...

  • How this Women's Day is different for Pakistan

    The first week of March, 2016 was a big one for Pakistan...

    We lost a big cricket match and won a small one; Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy won her second Oscar for ‘A Girl in the River: the Price of Forgiveness’ to mixed reactions in Pakistan and we passed a bill that has been kicked around in both public and political circles for the past six years...

  • NAB chairman criticises 'unequal' medical facilities for different people in Pakistan

    The NAB chief appeared to be referring to the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government in Sindh where multiple cases of death due to dog bites have been reported recently along with reports of shortage of the rabies vaccine...

    He, however, urged the people of Pakistan not look at NAB's actions from the perspective of those who are on the accountability watchdog's radar and facing NAB cases...

  • Different types of thinking in consumers

    When people have to look downward to see a product, their thinking becomes more concrete; when they have to look upward, it becomes more abstract, says a team led by Anneleen van Kerckhove, a researcher at Ghent University in Belgium...

    Abstract processing has several effects on consumers, such as increasing their willingness to pay
  • Highway damaged at different points

    MURREE: The Islamabad-Murree dual carriageway, which was constructed at a cost of about Rs16 billion, is damaged at various points...

    A portion of the road slipped down at Samli Barmal about five years ago but after spending a heavy amount and repairing it for more than three times, it could not be stabilised due to alleged weak planning and poor quality of work
  • Sadiq Khan vs Zac Goldsmith ? London's mayoral favourites couldn't be more different

    LONDON: The favourites to become London's new mayor on Thursday are two completely contrasting candidates: Zac Goldsmith, the son of a tycoon financier and Jemima Khan's brother, and Sadiq Khan, the son of a bus driver from Pakistan...

    Born in London in 1970 to parents who had recently arrived from Pakistan, he grew up in public housing with his six brothers and sister in Tooting, an ethnically diverse residential area in the south of...

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