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  • Whisky, clubs, music: Karachi's nightlife behind closed doors

    KARACHI: Karachi, Pakistan's biggest and most diverse city, was once home to a famous nightclub scene where alcohol flowed freely and luminaries from the world of jazz played to packed crowds eager for a taste of Western culture...

    Today, a new generation is seeking to revive the partying traditions of their parents and grandparents ? albeit behind closed doors...

  • Whisky, clubs, music: Karachi’s nightlife behind closed doors

    KARACHI: A new generation is seeking to revive the partying traditions — albeit behind closed doors — of the metropolis that was home to several nightclubs before the country was fundamentally altered by the Islamisation in the late 1970s...

    After decades of violence, bitter political acrimony and bloody turf wars, Karachi’s golden era is being revived by the youths...

  • 12 picnickers drown at Karachi's Hawksbay beach, say police

    At least 12 people, including three teenagers, of two families drowned at Karachi’s Hawksbay beach on Saturday evening after they were swept away by strong waves, police officials said...

    The incident occurred when the families were picnicking at the popular beach despite the ban on swimming imposed by the provincial government’s Home Department during the monsoon season due to rough waters...

  • Karachi Platinum clinch top position as Beach Games conclude

    KARACHI: Karachi Platinum team secured top position in the third edition of the KCSA Karachi Beach Games which concluded amid great fanfare and success here as over 800 players and officials participated in it at the Clifton beach recently...

    Karachi Platinum finished with 1248 points to clinch the Dr...

  • DHA Karachi to rename Beach Avenue after Abdul Sattar Edhi

    KARACHI: The Executive Board of DHA in a meeting chaired by its President Commander 5 Corps Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar decided to rename Beach Avenue on Seaview in DHA Phase VIII as Abdul Sattar Edhi Avenue — in recognition of the philanthropist’s legendary services to the humanity...

    It pointed out that Beach Avenue is the most popular road of the metropolis which is frequented by the people visiting the sea in large numbers for...

  • Parks close doors, scale up security after blast

    LAHORE: The closure of public parks for an indefinite period proves that the security arrangements at such public places by the Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) were inadequate...

    The PHA says its parks were well guarded by its private security guards along with police
  • 27 years on, technical college yet to open doors for business

    ISLAMABAD: That Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry was elevated from MNA to State Minister for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) could not do anything for the only technical college in his constituency, which has been waiting to be inaugurated for 27 years now...

    When he was serving as MNA, Dr Chaudhry made several futile attempts to get the college inaugurated
  • Panamagate committee to meet behind closed doors

    ISLAMABAD: Members of the parliamentary committee — six each from the government and opposition — formally met for the first time on Wednesday to formulate the terms of reference (ToR) for the proposed Panama­gate inquiry commission...

    On the face of it, both sides look set to hold intense negotiations over the next couple of weeks, which is the deadline for working out the ToR under which investigations will be conducted
  • Kallar Kahar Museum’s doors remain firmly shut

    CHAKWAL: The Kallar Kahar Museum remains yet to be opened to the public, three years after it has been completed...

    Some of the few employees hired for the museum have long left after they were not paid their salaries by the Punjab Archaeology Department from June of last year onwards
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