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  • Subcontinent women among most beautiful in world: Pran Nevile

    LAHORE: Indian author and scholar Pran Nevile says women of the subcontinent, particularly from Punjab, have always been considered among the most beautiful in the world and their charms have been depicted by poets, bards and painters down the ages...

    He was reading his paper on “Early Portrayal of Punjabi Women” on the second day of the 6th International Thaap Conference here on Saturday...

  • Shahbaz vows to turn Karachi into Asia’s most beautiful city

    KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shahbaz Sharif said on Tuesday that regardless of which political party came to power, the PML-N would fully cooperate with the government at the Centre...

    The former Punjab chief minister was in the provincial capital on a two-day visit, during which he met with party leaders, and delegations of religious minorities and businesswomen...

  • Beautiful Pakistan: A memorable journey

    Pakistan is full of beautiful and historical places...

    However, the tragedy is that people are more interested in going abroad and talking about the beauty they see there, rather than highlighting the grandeur of our own country...

  • Two-day ‘Beautiful Pakistan’ exhibition opens

    RAWALPINDI: A two-day painting exhibition titled ‘Beautiful Pakistan’ that showcases the work of senior artist Misbahuddin Qazi kicked off at the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) on Friday...

    The exhibition was inaugurated by MPAs Tehseen Fawad and Lubna Rehan Pirzada, and attended by a number of art enthusiasts...

  • This start-up helps travelers explore beautiful parts of Pakistan. Should you try it?

    Who doesn't suffer from unhealthy levels of wanderlust? Almost everyone I know dreams about taking a break from the city to discover the wonders of the natural world...

    Don't you ever wish to go swimming with swarms of fish, breathe in the fresh mountain air or rediscover yourself as you hike across some of the most beautiful valleys in the world?While our imaginations know no boundaries, we are often held back because of the...

  • ‘Pakistan is a beautiful land with lovely people’

    ISLAMABAD: A French couple visiting Pakistan said that contrary to the portrayal of the country in international media, they have received a lot of love, hospitality and care from locals...

    Robin and Pierettee Denis arrived in Pakistan via road from India a few days ago and will go on to Iran next...

  • Twin cities’ traders to join other cities in shutter-down strike

    ISLAMABAD: The traders of Rawalpindi and Islamabad will join the rest of the country in observing a shutter-down strike on July 13 against taxation measures adopted in the 2019-20 budget...

    Unlike similar occasions in the recent past, all groups in the retail sector have unanimously decided to strike and a consensus has been reached among traders from all over the country...

  • A beautiful day

    THE third day of this last July necessitated a visit to Islamabad from my home station Abbottabad...

    It was a beautiful morning...

  • John Nash, wife, 'A Beautiful Mind' inspiration, die in US

    , a mathematical genius whose struggle with schizophrenia was chronicled in the 2001 movie “A Beautiful Mind,” died along with his wife in a car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike, police said on Sunday...

    A colleague who had received an award with Nash in Norway earlier in the week said they had just flown home and the couple had taken a cab home from the airport...

  • ‘Beautiful Mind’ mathematician John Nash killed in car crash

    NEW YORK: Nobel prize-winning US mathematician John Nash, who inspired the film “A Beautiful Mind”, was killed with his wife in New Jersey in a car crash, police said on Sunday...

    Nash, 86, and his 82-year-old wife Alicia were riding in a taxi on Saturday when the accident took place, police Sergeant Gregory Williams said...

  • Story Time: I wish I were a beautiful bird

    Day after day the newspaper was full with reports of children being kidnapped from various areas and the thought of it stabbed my mother like a sword...

    The result of such widespread news was unfortunate for kids and that included me as well, so I was banned from going to the park in the evening and playing with my friends...

  • Group show: The bold and the beautiful

    Anyone watching the media regularly would realise that the world is rapidly transforming into a Darwinian milieu where survival is only meant for those who have the strength to endure the onslaught of globalisation...

    With a widespread free-for-all the benchmark for power is constantly soaring — so what is it that fuels such tensions? A common response to this enigma is frustration that causes embitterment and apathy...

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