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  • Swedish university finds Arabic characters in Viking Age script

    Researchers working to recreate textile patterns for an exhibition in Sweden have discovered that the woven bands of silk in burial costumes found in Viking Age boatgraves contained inscription in Kufic, an ancient Arabic script...

    According to the article, it was while working to recreate textile patterns for the Viking Couture exhibit at the Enköping Museum in Sweden's Enköping that the researchers discovered that the woven bands...

  • Tamim, Imrul script historic fightback for Bangladesh

    KHULNA: Tamim Iqbal smashed Bangladesh's highest Test score of 206 as the first Test against Pakistan petered out into a draw after another run feast in Khulna on Saturday...

    The draw was a morale-booster for Bangladesh, who had lost all their eight previous Tests against Pakistan, ahead of the second and final match starting in Dhaka next Wednesday...

  • Reviving the dying Kashmiri script

    A rich language developed from the Brahmi script during the second half of the eighth century AD, with its earliest inscriptions in 774AD in Hund in Pakistan, it is named after the deity Sharda, another name for Saraswati, the deity of learning...

    The MIEF in collaboration with the department of Sanskrit of Jammu University and Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, organised the first workshop on “revival of Sharda script” from...

  • Linguists asked to evolve easy-to-read Pashto script

    PESHAWAR: Speakers at a workshop held at the Pashto Academy here on Friday urged the linguists and research scholars to make Pashto script easier for common readers...

    The two-day workshop on shortcomings of the Pashto script was organised by the Pashto Academy in which around 40 delegates from parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata participated...

  • Book on Pashto script launched

    The speakers said they hoped that the book would address issues relating to Pashto script and help pave the way for adopting a unified Pashto script for written expression...

    They stressed the need for a unified Pashto script towards better understanding, preservation of literary treasure trove and improved communication...

  • Bringing together the script writers of the future

    The evolving start-ups scene in Pakistan, particularly ones leveraging information and communication technology (ICT), is testimony to the fact that the tougher the challenge the greater the excitement among young risk-takers to succeed...

    It could have provided professionals with a platform to showcase their businesses that are generating jobs and providing marketable solutions in Pakistan, where technology, through mobile phones and...

  • FlOat like a butterfly, sting like a bee

    “It went on like this for a few days and I started becoming more confident about what I was doing so I told my parents I could come and go by myself, I didn’t need a chaperone,” she says...

    But now all that feels like it was a lifetime ago...

  • Malik warns against plot to create East Pakistan-like situation

    ISLAMABAD: Warning that conspiracies were being hatched to create an East Pakistan-like situation, the newly elected chairman of the Senate’s standing committee on interior, Rehman Malik, said on Thursday that India, Afghanistan and some international powers were behind attempts to destabilise the country...

    Presiding over the maiden meeting of the committee, Mr Malik who served as interior minister during the last PPP government,...

  • Pakistan's win against India was celebrated in Kashmir like never before

    We left the mosque after zuhr prayers and sat outside a shop, giving our ‘analysis’ of what was about to come — the final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 — between Pakistan and India, a match that brings both excitement and fear to Kashmir and Kashmiris in India...

    Throughout his life, he has watched cricket only because of Pakistan...

  • Extremism is sported like a badge of honour in Pakistan, says Bilawal

    KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Friday that the resilience shown by victims of the Lal Shahbaz Qalandar tragedy was the death knell for every extremist who dared to target pluralistic Pakistan...

    Speaking at the inaugural session of the third International Sufi Conference here at a local hotel, he regretted that extremism was worn like a badge of honour as the voice of the absolute truth grew...

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