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  • Music Mela — a feast for music lovers

    ISLAMABAD: The manicured green lawns of the National Art Gallery were the venue for the three-day Second Annual Music Mela that started on Friday night...

    The show opened with a colourful mixture of famous folk artists and underground bands...

  • In music: “I’m always around music”

    Music, music everywhere!”Falak has a special attachment with Simdh...

    After a recent tour of Karachi and Hyderabad, he says, “I have a lot of fans in Sindh, it’s just that being a Lahore-based singer, we get more offers there...

  • Music critics wonder: did television kill the classical music star?

    Kicking off yesterday on a breezy evening, the I Am Karachi Music Festival saw thin attendance at the Music Dialogues...

    These are two-day discussions that deal with copyright and recording issues as well as tracing the relationship between music and society, and are a lead up to I Am Karachi's live musical performances due to be held this weekend...

  • Music show pulls crowd in Swat

    After several years of gloom and destruction, melodious songs and music echoed in the hall that took back the audience to the good old days of the picturesque valley, which fell pray to militancy in 2007...

    Organised by Tourism Corporation Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the music night at the historical Wadudia Hall attracted hundreds of people...

  • Argentinean embassy celebrates relations with Pakistan with music show

    Tissera, whose music is the tango from the provinces of the Argentine inland, performed solo for the first half hour of the show, after which he invited Brazilian Deputy Head in Pakistan, and bandoneonista, Jean Pierre to join him for two songs...

    The bandoneon is an essential instrument in most tango ensembles from the traditional orquesta típica of the 1910s onwards, and in folk music ensembles of Lithuania...

  • Austrian National Day celebrated with a music show

    ISLAMABAD: The Austrian embassy hosted a performance of Austrian music band Nifty at the Pakistan National Council of Arts (PNCA) auditorium on Tuesday to celebrate Austrian National Day, which was attended by more than 300 Pakistanis and foreigners...

    Nifty is a klezmer jazz band formed in 1999 and their music can be described as a mixture of klezmer and Eastern European folklore, spiced up with elements of modern music, including...

  • Seven-day flower show gets under way in Hyderabad

    HYDERABD: The seven-day annual flower show orga­nis­ed by the Canton­ment Board Hyderabad (CBH) got under way at Ziau­ddin Park, next to the old Eidgah ground, Saddar, on Friday...

    CBH president Brigadier Raja Mohammad Ijaz Azmat inaugurated the show featuring a gardening competition and children’s festival...

  • PSP plans ‘biggest’ show in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: The Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) has announced that it will hold its biggest public gathering in Hyderabad soon and asked its workers and supporters to make preparations for the event...

    “It’s just to welcome Anis Bhai on his arrival in Hyderabad upon his release,” he said...

  • New timings and stops for trains from 15th

    It has been a tradition that summer timings come into effect from April 15 and remain scheduled till October 14 and the winter timings from October 15 till April 14 every year since the early quarter of 20th century when a railway was constructed in this part of the subcontinent, which now comprises Pakistan...

    Bahauddin Zikarya Express and Fareed Express will be stopping at Hyderabad for 15 minutes instead of previous 10 minutes...

  • Market closing timings extended to 10pm

    “The decision in this regard has been taken to discipline the consumer pattern in the country and we hope to implement the closure timings in other parts of the country,” said the PML-N MNA from Islamabad...

    While magistrates with the help of the police continued arresting shopkeepers found violating the timings, the traders maintained their defiance, eventually forcing the government to give in...

  • Revised timings of Green Line train

    LAHORE: The newly-launched Green Line Express Train will be operating between federal and Sindh capitals according to revised timings from May 22...

    With the new timings, the train inaugurated by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on May 15, would be covering the distance between Islamabd and Karachi in 22 hours instead of present 23 hours and 15 minutes...

  • Mosque leaders yet to take to uniform prayer timings

    Although Imam of Kaaba Dr Khalid al Ghamdi had sanctified the move, imams of the mosques in Islamabad are found observing their own prayer timings 20 days after the uniform Nizam-e-Salat was introduced in the federal capital to begin with...

    One of the key members of the committee that finalised the system, Allama Abdul Aziz Hanif, said that there are plans to initiate legal action against those who do not follow the official...

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