The Holy Grail for foodies

Karachi Burns Road: The Holy Grail for foodies it was named after British spy Dr James Burns, the road was renamed after creation of Pakistan. “After the Partition the artery was renamed as Muhammad Bin Qasim Road,”. “But the road is still famous as Burns Road.” Situated in the bustling heart of Karachi's Saddar area.... Continue Reading →

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Controversies And Issues Affecting Media Organizations

The media are accused of bias by people from both ends of the political spectrum, but journalists, editors and owners maintain that they provide an objective source of news. In Pakistan, where the debate over media objectivity is most heated, conservatives criticize the media for having a ‘liberal’ bias and these critics focus on the personal... Continue Reading →

Pakistan’s culinary icon

Zubaida Tariq 04-04-1945  TO  05-01-2018 The personality belonged to an eminent household which also includes Fatima Surraiya Bajiya, Anwar Maqsood, and Zehra Nigah, youngest of the 9 siblings. Zubaida Aapa—is a homemaker, turned TV star, into a domestic goddess,  she made her television debut on a cooking show called Dalda Ka Dastarkhwan, loosely translated as “Dalda’s spread,” named... Continue Reading →

Flavors Of Burns Road

Karachi Burns Road: The Holy Grail for foodies it was named after British spy Dr James Burns, the road was renamed after creation of Pakistan. “After the Partition the artery was renamed as Muhammad Bin Qasim Road,”. “But the road is still famous as Burns Road.” Situated in the bustling heart of Karachi’s Saddar area,... Continue Reading →

An Orphan

His hands are trembling as he is holding the baby of 5 days with difficulty but making sure not to drop the baby as he moves forward dragging his feet against the rough surface on the sidewalk making sure to hide the baby inside the cloth draped on him so no one could see what... Continue Reading →

Catalyst

  As the sunlight enters my room through the window, I hide my face with the pillow and start groaning by thinking about the same boring routine ahead. I finally wake up after much protest and perform the same ritual of showering, brushing teeth, getting ready having breakfast and heading to school. I cringe by... Continue Reading →

Iron lady of Empress Market

Arthi- The dry fruit seller Arthi is one of those women who knows the score of living in Karachi , the sole backbone of her family. she use to sell dry fruits sitting outside the historical Empress market to earn the bread and butter of her entire family. Without any proper shelter she work from... Continue Reading →

Mystic Message of Peace and Universalism

SMIU Students depict the theme of Peace and Universalism through performance By: Faiza Riaz, December 9th, 2017 On Saturday,  9th  December, third day of SMIU Festival of Arts and Ideas, students highlight the message of peace and universalism through documentary , poetry, and kalaam performances at Sir Shahnawaz Bhutto Auditorium. Sindh Madressatul Islam University organized 4... Continue Reading →

Las Vegas shooting 2017

On the drastic night of October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, leaving 58 people dead and 546 injured. Between 10:05 and 10:15 p.m. PDT, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock of Mesquite, Nevada, fired hundreds of rifle rounds from his suite on the 32nd floor of the nearby Mandalay... Continue Reading →

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