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  • Going back to the basics: a traditional breakfast of halwa and puray

    RAWALPINDI: Residents of the garrison city usually head out in search of a good, traditional breakfast on the weekends...

    Many restaurants in the narrow lanes of Bhabra Bazaar and Kashmiri Bazaar have set up seating spaces outside where people enjoy a breakfast of puray and suji ka halwa and with the change in weather; the seating arrangement is also suited for having afternoon tea...

  • Nothing like doughnuts for breakfast

    The soft, fluffy, fried dough confectionery makes for an interesting addition to the breakfast table and is a good item to serve as an after dinner dessert...

    “Doughnuts are an interesting addition to the breakfast table, especially in a house with children...

  • Time-tested recipe for a royal breakfast

    RAWALPINDI: Once a recurring item on royal menus, siri paya and bong paya remain popular breakfast dishes all year around...

    People in Lal Kurti, one of the oldest residential area in the Rawalpindi Cantonment, wake up to get their paya breakfast as early as five in the morning, with the restaurant running out of payas by 7:00 am...

  • Breakfast for a king

    RAWALPINDI: Until recently, Pathoray was something unknown to Pindiites, but this fluffy deep fried bread, with a delicious filling of lentils, minced meat and potatoes, is fast becoming a breakfast favourite...

    This is a delicacy which commonly graces breakfast tables in central Punjab, on both sides of the border and is called Bhatura in India...

  • EPICURIOUS: Breakfast like a king

    In our day-to-day rush we often neglect our diet, especially breakfast which, in fact, should be the heaviest meal of the day as one needs nutrition and energy to carry on the whole day...

    While it may not be possible to prepare an elaborate breakfast during the week, on weekends and holidays if onespends some time in the kitchen one can prepare some interesting dishes which will also break the monotony of the usual egg, butter and...

  • Karachi operation is completely apolitical, stresses Corps Commander Karachi

    KARACHI: Corps Commander Karachi Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar said Saturday that the Karachi operation is completely apolitical, adding that it will continue without any discrimination...

    Speaking at a seminar organised by the National Defence University at a private hotel in Karachi, the corps commander said, "I assure citizens that our struggle against terrorism will continue unabated...

  • COVER: The heart of Karachi: Karachi Raj By Anis Shivani

    IN his debut novel Karachi Raj, erstwhile critic Anis Shivani depicts a year’s worth of Karachi life as viewed from the differing perspectives of an American anthropologist and a couple of individuals living in the low-income district of the Basti...

    Shivani’s first foray into the realm of fiction intrinsically grapples with an immensely complex topic — the stratified social layers of which Karachi life is composed...

  • Karachi notebook: Is a ‘Naya’ Karachi possible?

    But for the residents of Karachi, the question on everyone’s minds is: will Naya Pakistan also mean a Naya Karachi?By Naya Karachi one does not mean New Karachi, the neighbourhood on the northern tip of the metropolis beyond North Karachi...

    By Naya Karachi, one means a revived, clean and crime-free megacity that can be regenerated from the endless urban sprawl that currently exists...

  • PTI being used in Karachi by-polls, says Hashmi

    MULTAN: Veteran politician Javed Hashmi said the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) is being used in the Karachi by-elections by the forces looking for a solution to the issues of the city...

    “However, the result cannot be predicted as the forces looking to find a solution to Karachi’s problems are once again using the PTI in the by-elections and only God knows what will be the results,” he said...

  • Rise in street crime in Karachi in first 10 days of Ramazan

    KARACHI: As law enforcement agencies count successes in ongoing operation against terrorists, banned outfits and militant wings of political and religious organisations, Karachiites face a sudden rise in street crimes, which has cost four lives so far during the first 10 days of Ramazan and raised fears for the days ahead...

    In 2015, both the security agencies and business community had broken the good news to nation that the...

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