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  • TDF Ghar — a fresh public space near Quaid’s mausoleum

    TDF Ghar, launched by The Dawood Foundation, was originally constructed in the 1930s under an almond tree with hand-crafted tiles, now also having a stunning view of the Quaid’s mausoleum...

    A rich heritage building captured and transformed for modern use without losing its ethos, TDF Ghar boasts of an intimate living room that is being used as a museum for antique artefacts and collectables from the past century...

  • Haleem Ghar: Spicing up an otherwise bland palate

    But then, what is the point of serving bland food?”This is how Syed Mansoor describes the cuisine on offer at his family’s restaurant, Haleem Ghar...

    But thanks to their Karachi-based roots and inventive spirit, Haleem Ghar has not gone the way of other commercially viable restaurants, who tone down the spice just for the sake of better business...

  • An app offering beauty care at your ghar

    Ghar Par is a Lahore-based startup that brings beauty services to the comfort of your house...

    What about their revenue stream?Expectedly, Ghar Par earns money through per-order commission charged to the beautician, which ranges between 60 and 70 per cent depending on a few metrics...

  • Imran’s last-ball six steers Faisalabad to semi-finals

    KARACHI: While Lahore Blues surged to the top of standings on Thursday, Peshawar completed their campaign in the Brighto Paints presents Cool & Cool National T20 Cup on a gallant note when Imran Khalid struck a last-ball six to steer Faisalabad into the semi-finals...

    In case both Islamabad and Fata — who face Faisalabad in the final league-round match on Friday evening — emerge victorious then it could definitely hurt Karachi Whites’...

  • ‘Signal-free’ roads of Faisalabad

    FAISALABAD: Traffic remains choked at the Jinnah Colony intersection for hours every day...

    Like the Jinnah Colony intersection, most of the traffic points of the Faisalabad city present a traffic mess at rush hours of the day because of broken signals for the last several months...

  • Gohar, Farhan help Faisalabad stun KW in National T20 opener

    KARACHI: The Cool & Cool National T20 Cup got off to a blazing start in Rawalpindi on Saturday when career-best knocks from Gohar Ali and Sahibzada Farhan powered Faisalabad to a crushing eight-wicket victory over Sarfraz Ahmed-led Karachi Whites at the Pindi Cricket Stadium...

    Faisalabad, who were led by former Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal, made easy meal of their181-run chase against Karachi Whites largely due to a magnificent...

  • Faisalabad literary fest concludes: Playwrights, actors see rating frenzy as threat to local drama

    FAISALABAD: The fourth two-day Faisalabad Literary Festival concluded here on Saturday providing an opportunity to the local literature buffs to enjoy live talk by some of their favourite writers and actors on various issues...

    Another visitor, Khadim Gill, deplored that though the event was held in Faisalabad, not a single writer from the city was invited to the FLF...

  • Faisalabad bypass a nuisance for motorists

    FAISALABAD: Motorists on the Faisalabad bypass face problems due to its dilapidated condition that badly damages their vehicles and slows down their speed, killing the purpose of the road...

    Deputy Commissioner Salman Ghani says the government has provided funds for the repair of the bypass and it would be completed by the end of this year while the patchwork is being carried out by the Faisalabad Development Authority...

  • Faisalabad march ahead with second big win

    KARACHI: Faisalabad may have been demoted from playing first-class cricket next season but their ominous form in the Cool & Cool National T20 Cup continued on Monday when they brushed aside Lahore Blues with nonchalant ease...

    Saeed Ajmal — the Faisalabad skipper who is set to retire from competitive cricket at the ongoing tournament in Rawalpindi — led by example while guiding his charges to a second emphatic win on the trot...

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