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  • Home-grown streaming app helps Pakistan's musicians find voice

    For years, violence kept most of Pakistan's aspiring young musicians from following their dreams, whether the threat of Taliban militant attacks or gang wars in the crowded southern port city of Karachi...

    Both the startup and the musicians' efforts are helping to carve out a new creative space for young people in Pakistan, where those below 30 make up 60 percent of a population of almost 200 million...

  • Pakistan to voice concerns over India's Kishanganga dam with World Bank on Monday

    Pakistan shall be raising its concerns over the inauguration of the Kishanganga hydropower plant by India during high-level talks with the World Bank in Washington on Monday, Radio Pakistan reported...

    Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry, while talking to media persons, said a four-member delegation led by Attorney General Ashtar Ausaf will reiterate Pakistan’s demand to constitute an international court of...

  • Frank Sinatra, America’s de?nitive voice

    It wasn’t until 1953 that each found his voice...

    What Augie had that Bellow’s previous writing lacked was a voice new to American letters: serious, wiseass, street-smart, discursive, digressive, New York intellectual and racetrack tout rolled into one...

  • Court refuses voice samples of suspects in Mumbai attacks case

    The prosecution was asking for the voice samples of the suspects to compare it with the communication intercepted by Indian intelligence and then present it before the anti-terrorism court (ATC) as evidence against the seven suspected for the November 2008 Mumbai attacks...

    Earlier on September 12, 2012 the same court had dismissed two other petitions, one asking for the voice samples of the seven suspects in the Mumbai attacks’ case...

  • Swat girl honoured for raising voice against underage marriage

    Hadiqa belongs to Swat and she was honoured for raising voice and her struggle against the underage marriages in Pakistan...

    She was honoured for her conviction as the pioneer of Girls United for Human Rights with a mission to empower the disenfranchised girls in rural regions of Pakistan, eliminate socioeconomic inequality, facilitate self-reliance, enable local self-governance and promote people’s advocacy...

  • Ask and you shall receive in world of voice shopping

    Ordering pizza from the sofa without lifting a finger has joined the list of modern-day conveniences thanks to a hot trend in voice-commanded smart speakers...

    According to Gartner, the market for voice-activated speakers equipped with artificial intelligence and synched to the internet will grow to $3...

  • Attack meant to silence Pakhtuns’ voice: Sherpao

    PESHAWAR: Qaumi Watan Party chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao on Friday said the suicide attack on his convoy was a conspiracy to eliminate Pakhtun leadership to silence the voice raised for the rights of oppressed Pakhtuns...

    He said the only possible reason behind the attack was that he raised voice for the rights of Pakhtuns and against the injustices meted out to them...

  • Another voice silenced

    The assassination of Sabeen Mahmud, director of T2F, a self-described community space for open dialogue in Karachi, is a desperate, tragic confirmation that Pakistan’s long slide towards intolerance and violence is continuing, and even quickening...

    While only a thorough investigation can get to the root of the matter, what is clear is that there is not so much a war between ideas in Pakistan as a war on ideas...

  • A voice for the sexually marginalised

    Almas Bobby, a transgender activist from Pakistan, said, “We have a lot of discussions in air-conditioned rooms but when my community needs support dealing with authorities, then I am the only one who has to do everything...

    ”Shirin Gul, the author of a case study on the Khwendo Jirga, said, “It is important to learn from this institution which is giving marginalised women a voice...

  • From my bookshelf: ‘Parveen Shakir gave a voice to marginalised segments of society’

    Though there are many women poets, Parveen Shakir has the distinction of giving a voice to marginalised segments of society...

    Fasana-i-Azad by Pandit Rattan Nath Sarshar, Avadh panch by Munshi Sajjad Hussein which was published in Lucknow before the partition and Inkar Laq Laq by Haji Laq Laq, who was a famous poet during the Pakistan movement and who presented his works in public meetings of the Pakistan Muslim League...

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