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  • SC shown video clips of militants’ acts of savagery

    ISLAMABAD: The presence of heartbroken parents and the screening of video clips showing militants’ acts of savagery were the two distinct features of Wednesday’s hearing by a 17-judge full court of petitions challenging the establishment of military courts...

    The video clips showed Mullah Fazlullah inciting violence in Pushto language and asking people to wage war against Pakistan, and Daesh leaders referring to different cities of...

  • NAB says audio clips being associated with its chairman are 'fake, based on lies'

    The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) on Thursday denied that a series of audio clips aired by a private TV channel have anything to do with its chairman Javed Iqbal, branding them "baseless, fake and based on lies"...

    The bureau was referring to some footage and a few audio clips — first aired by the News One — in which a male can be heard talking to a woman, and making inappropriate remarks at various points...

  • Pemra serves notice to News One for airing 'defamatory' clips about NAB chairman

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has issued a show-cause notice to News One TV channel for airing what it termed as "defamatory" news items and clips in which National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Javed Iqbal was allegedly shown in conversation with a woman, it emerged on Friday...

    Some footage and a few audio clips — first aired by News One — in which a male could be heard talking to a woman and...

  • Maryam briefs Nawaz on judge’s video clips

    LAHORE: PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz met her father Nawaz Sharif in the Kot Lakhpat jail on Thursday and briefed him on the purported video clips of Islamabad accountability court judge Arshad Malik in which he claimed that he had been “pressurised and blackmailed” to convict him (Sharif) in the Al-Azizia reference...

    She released two more video clips in support of the first one...

  • Maryam releases more video clips of alleged meeting between accountability judge, PML-N rep

    PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz on Wednesday shared two more video clips on Twitter to corroborate her claim that Accountability Judge Arshad Malik allegedly met a PML-N ‘sympathiser’ to confess that he had been "pressurised and blackmailed" to convict her father, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, in the Al-Azizia reference...

    The veracity of the contents of either of the video clips could not be verified independently by Dawn...

  • Danish Taimoor's Wrong Number trailer is funny, action packed

    In a string of commercial, light-hearted movies releasing this year, Wrong Number joins the club as the trailer promises some fun, mainstream cinema...

    The trailer starts off with Danish Taimoor in wacky clothes, professing his ambition to be an actor, followed by him running from numerous thugs around the city of Karachi
  • Funny or not? Salman Khan jokes about jail time

    Is he covering up his embarrassment or is he genuinely remorseless? Either way, Salman Khan hasn't lost many fans, if scenes from the Arab Indo Bollywood Awards in Dubai are to be believed...

    When Khan handed over the award for best debut director to Sajid Nadiadwala, the director said making Kick was so nerve-wracking that he probably won’t be making another film for the next five to six years
  • NON-FICTION: TRYING TO BE FUNNY

    The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo’s worst offence, however, is that the book simply isn’t that funny...

    Perhaps something is lost in the transition from stage to page; what might have been funny as part of her act just falls flat here...

  • A not-so-funny comedy of errors at KLF's Urdu Digests session

    After a verbal spat — light-hearted though it was — with the guest, the moderator turned to Noorul Huda Shah, another known name in the world of television drama in today’s Pakistan, who started out with this gem: “I don’t know what to say…in fact, I have not even read digests except for one or two...

  • The funny story of three misfits’ journey

    KARACHI: The final day of the Japanese Film Festival 2015 took viewers back to the Edo period (1615-1868) with the screening of Three for the Road, a 2007 production in which the unlikely protagonist is Okino, a popular courtesan...

    Considered to be a significant era in Japan’s history, the Edo period was a time of unprecedented peace and prosperity after years of civil unrest
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