Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Pakistani poet Kishwar Naheed cuts her trip short to India after being denied to perform in Urdu festival

NEW DELHI: Kishwar Naheed, renowned feminist poet of Pakistan, on Monday cut her trip short and returned to Pakistan after she was denied to perform at Urdu festival held in New Delhi. Naheed, who was

Two-day ‘Mother Languages Literature Festival’ will begin from Feb 18

KARACHI: A two-day Pakistan Mother Languages Literature Festival will start on Feb 18 at the Lok Virsa. The second edition of the festival is being organised in connection with UNESCO’s International

US CG spokesperson Sharlina Hussain Morgan moderates a session at KL

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: On the final day (12 Feb) of Karachi Literature Festival (KLF), U.S. Consulate General’s spokesperson Sharlina Hussain Morgan moderated a session Future of Pakistan’s Creative

US CG Grace Shelton moderates KLF session on Cultural Heritage & Preservation in Pakistan & SA

EDITED BY M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Literati congregated here on Saturday (February 11) to attend Cultural Heritage & Preservation in Pakistan & SA, a Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) session moderated

Former education minister Hamida Khuhro dies at 81

KARACHI: Former Sindh education minister Hamida Khuhro passed away on Sunday after a prolonged illness in Karachi. She was 81. According to a family member, she will be laid to rest in Gizri graveyard. Khuhro,

3-Day KLF commences from today

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: Beach Luxury Hotel here is the venue where literature aficionados will converge this evening in order to be part of the opening ceremony of 8th Karachi Literature Festival (KLF).

Celebrated author Bano Qudsia dies at 88

LAHORE: Prominent Urdu and Punjabi writer Bano Qudsia passed away in a Lahore hospital today after protracted illness. She was 88. Qudsia, who was wife of famous Urdu writer late Ashfaq Ahmed, was born

(VIDEO & TEXT) Three-day 8th Karachi Literature Festival commences Friday 10th Feb., 2017

M. M. ALAM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8RBJftCWl4 KARACHI: Founder of Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) & Managing Director Oxford University Press Ameena Saiyid has informed media here that

OUP publishes a book that focuses on the role of Cricket as a bridge of peace within neighbors!  

SANA MAHMOOD   KARACHI: When Shaharyar Khan was manager Pak Cricket team (1999 India tour and 2003 World Cup) he had penned a volume focusing on the role of cricket as a bridge within society like S.Africa

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