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    Worst Bollywood Fashion Disasters Of Pakistan

  • Is Athiya Shetty the new fashion IT girl of Bollywood?

    Pairing it with the right pieces like floral prints can make it high fashion or go with denim and a blazer for a laid-back, polished look...

    Whether it's curled or straight, Athiya's mane is always on point!Shetty's gazelle-like features are enhanced by her neat, bold eyebrows -- good brows can make or break your face!Look at that arch!Coordinated tops and bottoms are big this season and Athiya's showing us how it's done!We all love...

  • In fashion: The fashion week jungle

    Great fashion, in essence, needs to be more than just a race to the top...

    It is true that the business of fashion can only be viable if it generates revenue but does financial success signify the death of creativity?It is a question that perpetually sprang to mind during Fashion Pakistan Week’s (FPW) Winter/Festive ’15...

  • In fashion: Five reasons to celebrate Pakistani fashion (in Dubai)

    It was all played out at the Madinat Arena Ballroom with a fashion installation featuring innovative techniques of display and lighting to further accentuate the cuts and structure...

    While the Dubai exhibition remains a far cry from similar attempts in Pakistan and no parallels can be drawn between both, Pakistan did manage to stand out head and shoulders above the rest of the competition in terms of sheer ingenuity in design,...

  • In fashion: The way we ‘fashion week’

    The bridal power gameWhile its fashion standards may fluctuate, BCW is at the top of its game in many other ways...

    It is a perpetual highlight on the network’s channels, taking up prime-time spots during Eid and weekends, reaching out within Pakistan as well as to a well-dispersed Urdu-speaking audience around the globe...

  • ‘Pakistan can be Bollywood’s biggest territory’

    This was said by Indian filmmaker Kabir Khan on Tuesday as he answered a series of questions put to him by Pakistani filmmaker Asim Raza during one of the sessions of MARCON 2016 organised by the Marketing Association of Pakistan...

    He said there a man (who was walking up to him cocking a Kalashnikov) started singing a Bollywood song when he got to know that he was from India...

  • 'India forced Pakistan to halt Bollywood film screenings'

    KARACHI: Pakistani cinema tycoon Nadeem Mandviwala said on Monday that they were forced to stop the screening of Bollywood films in Pakistan following the actions of their "counterparts across the border"...

    Pakistani cinemas, in response to the Indian body’s decision, also stopped the screening of Bollywood films...

  • Plan to save capital from climate disasters announced

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Climate Change Senator Mushahidullah Khan has announced a government plan to make Islamabad resilient to extreme climate events...

    If implemented successfully, the plan would be replicated in other urban centres of the country, he said launching the Climate Change Vulnerability of Islamabad Report here on Friday, coinciding with the World Environment Day
  • Senators question civil departments’ ability to cope with natural disasters

    ISLAMABAD: Criticising the government for its alleged failure to provide timely help and relief to earthquake-affected people, senators questioned on Tuesday capabilities of civilian departments to cope with natural disasters...

    Take a look: Massive Afghan quake shakes Pakistan, other parts of South Asia They called for revival of the National Volunteer Movement to deal with emergency situations...

  • Plan to save Islamabad from climate disasters announced

    ISLAMABAD: Minister for Climate Change Senator Mushahidullah Khan has announced a government plan to make Islamabad resilient to extreme climate events...

    If implemented successfully, the plan would be replicated in other urban centres of the country, he said launching the Climate Change Vulnerability of Islamabad Report here on Friday, coinciding with the World Environment Day
  • Natural disasters, security threats impediments to CPEC: Chinese entrepreneur

    ISLAMABAD: Despite security threats and natural disasters, (work on) the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will continue to link Pakistan with China and allow smooth exchange of goods between the two countries, said a Chinese entrepreneur on Saturday...

    Talking to reporters here, Exim’s managing director Tianru Tang cited two major concerns in the construction and maintenance of the Karakorum Highway (KKH) and Khunjerab Pass —...

  • Experts for sufficient budget to mitigate risks of natural disasters

    PESHAWAR: Speakers at a seminar on Wednesday called for allocation of sufficient budgets to mitigate the risks of natural disasters to secure lives and properties of people...

    The seminar titled ‘dissemination of research study on public financing of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with stakeholders’ was organised by Action Aid Pakistan, an NGO, at the University of Peshawar here...

  • Disasters caused losses of $37.4bn in first half

    ZURICH: Natural and manmade disasters caused $37...

    Natural disasters like the devastating Nepal earthquakes in April and May accounted for a full $33bn of the losses — well below the $54bn price tag they carried during the first six months of 2014...

  • 500,000 people died in decade of disasters in Asia Pacific, says UN

    BANGKOK: The Asia Pacific region, the most disaster-prone part of the world, suffered 1,625 disasters in the decade through 2014, and needs to spend more on adapting to climate change and preparing for more extreme weather, the United Nations said on Tuesday...

    The region’s disasters — 40 per cent of the global total — claimed half a million lives over the decade, affected 1...

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