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  • Sindh’s crafts displayed on lawns of Mohatta

    KARACHI: It seemed like all the traditional crafts Sindh is known for, including its music and food, could suddenly be accessed at the lawns of the Mohatta Palace Museum in the shape of Sindh Indigenous and Traditional Crafts Company’s (Sitco) three-day Craft Mela, which opened here on Friday...

    He had also brought with him to display the Tamgha-i-Imtiaz awarded to him by the Government of Pakistan in recognition of his work...

  • Pakistan crafts plan to cut carbon emissions 30pc by 2025

    ISLAMABAD: As Pakistan struggles with the rising risks of floods and melting glaciers, it is crafting a plan to cut its planet-warming emissions under a new global climate deal due to be agreed in Paris in December...

    Pakistan is currently considering a goal to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30 per cent from 2008 levels by 2025...

  • Gilgit-Baltistan crafts attract visitors in throngs

    The two-day exhibition, called Jewel of Pakistan, was arranged in collaboration with the district government Faisalabad, Lahore and Faisalabad of chambers of commerce and industry, Aga Khan Rural Support Pakistan, Serena Hotels and Forest and Wildlife department of GB...

    People gave us a warm welcome, purchased items from the stall and kept asking about the handicrafts of the GB, Naseem said, adding that she had visited different...

  • Using crafts to heal the scars of conflict

    RAWALPINDI: In the aftermath of any disaster or conflict, rebuilding homes is seen as the most important way to restore normalcy to any ravaged community...

    But the rehabilitation of the people who will occupy these new homes; those who have to live with trauma, is just as essential for normalisation as material assistance
  • Artisans display traditional crafts in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: A joint Truck Art and Lacquer exhibition is continuing at the Bazaar Court honouring the popular and traditional crafts...

    Asma Khan, Director of the SerenArts, said: “The artisans will be present in the Bazaar Court and working on their crafts for a week...

  • Wonder crafts to jazz up your room!

    So today, I am bringing to you some of the DIY crafts that you can make at home with a little or no help from elders (the supervision from the elders is always advisable, nevertheless!) from mostly recycled stuff that won’t cost you much...

    What you need for most crafts:• Empty cardboard boxes• White papers or old newspapers• Scissors• White glue (German glue)• Paper cutter• Glaze paper• PencilPhoto frameHandmade things like cards and...

  • Sindh bans cattle markets except at designated places

    KARACHI: The Sindh government, in exercise of powers conferred on it by Section 144(6) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), on Tuesday imposed a ban on establishing of cattle markets within the local limits or jurisdiction of the Karachi Division except at designated places with immediate effect until Sept 4, said an official handout issued here...

    It said the designated places where cattle markets could be established are...

  • Nisar deflects blame for Sehwan bombing, places it on Sindh govt

    Talking about Pakistan's 'unique' situation, he said that: "Our fight against terrorism is unique, it is different than any war that has ever been fought because we are not standing face to face with our enemy...

    "Later the same day, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said that the suspects from the Sehwan blast were identified using the same equipment that 'others' said was not functioning properly...

  • Sindh CM orders security audit of shrines, worship places of different religions

    Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Saturday decided to conduct security audit of all the shrines, mosques, temples, churches and other such holy places of worship; public and important places...

    “We have to place efficient systems in place to fight terrorists,” he said while presiding over a meeting at the CM House to review over the security of shrines, holy places and other public places...

  • Sindh govt launches project for video surveillance of non-Muslims’ worship places

    KARACHI: In the first project of its kind in the country for religious minorities, the Sindh government has started working on a plan to bring hundreds of worship places of non-Muslims under video surveillance across the province for their security and monitoring of their infrastructure, officials said on Tuesday...

    The provincial government’s project has surfaced almost a week after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had assured religious...

  • Sindh increases security for places of worship after Quetta church attack

    KARACHI: Reacting to the terrifying attack on a church in Quetta, the Sindh government on Sunday raised the security bar to protect worship places belonging to religious minorities across the province...

    Provincial home minister Sohail Anwar Siyal asked law enforcement agencies to tighten security arrangements in and around the worship places and other places of religious significance for the non-Muslims against any possible threat......

  • PM Imran places Tiger Force in Sindh under governor

    ISLAMABAD: After the Sindh government’s refusal to include the Prime Minister’s Corona Relief Tiger Force in the provincial administrative system, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday decided to place 154,000 members of the Tiger Force in Sindh under his party leader and provincial Governor Imran Ismail...

    Mr Dar said the federal government had contacted the Sindh government during the past two weeks to take services of the Tiger...

  • Terrorism index places Pakistan at fifth spot

    ISLAMABAD: With a noticeable decline in terrorist activities within its borders, Pakistan was placed at fifth position in the Global Terrorism Index 2017 released on Wednesday...

    The report on the index, released by the Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace, said that in Pakistan the number of people killed in terrorist attacks fell to 956 last year, a reduction of 12 per cent as compared to the previous reporting year... ...

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