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  • Nawaz most popular leader: survey

    ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has emerged as the most popular leader followed by his younger brother and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and arch political rival and Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan, a survey said...

    According to the survey carried out by the Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (Pildat), Nawaz Sharif remained ahead with an approval rating of 75 per cent and his...

  • What’s the most popular haircut for men in Lahore?

    “The undercut has been the most in demand for over four years now and is still going strong,” says Zeeshan Ahmed, who runs Zeeshan’s Hair Salon on main Ferozepur Road...

    ”Attique feels that most boys haven’t moved on from David Beckham yet and he’s still a style icon for many...

  • Obama second former president to win ‘most popular’ title

    WASHINGTON: Former US president Barack Obama and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton remain the most admired man and woman in the United States, according to a survey by Gallup Poll released on Friday...

    Gallup said sitting US presidents usually win the most admired spot, and that Mr Obama was the first former president to top the list since Mr Eisenhower...

  • 70 years on, India and Pakistan have successfully dehumanised each other in popular imagination

    Even as we lose the Partition generation, Partition will remain a centrepiece in our history and in our present day discourse, it will continue to inform our politics, our media debates, our nationalism, our external affairs and most importantly our identity formation...

    They spoke to me about not being able to meet each other for years, of missing out on special occasions, of the blackouts during war, and of the breakdown in...

  • News channels go off air, Facebook and YouTube blocked in parts of Pakistan

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) on Saturday afternoon issued a notification prohibiting live coverage of the operation to end the Faizabad sit-in, following which most private news channels were taken off-air in Islamabad and other parts of the country...

    The Pemra notification ordered channels to abide by Clause 8 (8) of the Electronic Media (Programmes and Advertisement) Code of Conduct 2015, to...

  • Spat aside, US-Pakistan dialogue channels remain open

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and the United States are keeping channels of communication open in a bid to cool the row over terror sanctuaries that worsened with President Trump’s baffling New Year Day Twitter tirade...

    The US State Department had after President Trump’s tweet about getting nothing from Pakistan except “lies and deceit” despite paying $33 billion over the past 15 years suspended all military assistance for Pakistan...

  • Pakistan Broadcasters Association 'condemns taking off air three of its member channels'

    The Pakistan Broadcasters Association (PBA) on Monday said that a complaint has been lodged by three of its members — AabTak, 24News and CapitalTV — against the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) for "taking their channels off air from cable networks without assigning a reason or giving them a hearing"...

    In a statement issued today, the PBA "condemned taking off air" the three channels...

  • Malala appears on America’s popular TV show

    NEW YORK: Pakistan’s celebrated education activist Malala Yusufzai appeared on America’s popular TV show “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and talked about her struggle for children’s right to get education, winning the Nobel Peace Prize and about her father who gave her full freedom “to fly as high as I can”...

  • Online bakra mandis: Available but not popular

    He also revealed that overseas Pakistanis used sadqa, aqeeqa and qurbani services to send meat to Pakistan’s less fortunate communities and orphanages...

    ”“The trend of online buying of sacrificial animals will grow; [even its existence] is a reminder of how fast Pakistan is moving towards a digital future," he added...

  • Shifting of popular Pashto singer to Kabul saddens his fans

    Rahmat Shah Sail, a senior progressive Pashto poet, said that although the decision of the popular singer saddened him yet it seemed genuine due to unfavourable environment for artists, singers and even literati...

    Shafeeq Giyani, a social activist, said that artists should have a social security because most artists and singers suffered in their old age...

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