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International wrestlers immerse themselves in Pakistani culture

International wrestlers who will be participating in the second season of Ring of Pakistan event have been immersing themselves in Pakistani culture. Tiny Iron enjoyed delicious paaye while female wrestler Rebel spoke in Urdu. The wrestling fights will take place in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore at the end of July.

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Family, friends mourn as Sabika Sheikh is laid to rest in Karachi

Shehbaz Khan Thousands of people gathered at Hakim Saeed Ground on University Road to join the funeral prayers of Sabika Sheikh, after which she was laid to rest in Azeempura graveyard. Sabika, a 17-year-old Pakistani student who went to Texas on an exchange programme, died on Friday. Her classmate, 17-year-old Dimitrios Pagourtzis, opened fire in…

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Here is what celebs say about Motorcycle Girl

Adventure movie, Motorcycle Girl, has been screened in cinemas across Karachi. Adnan Sarwar’s directorial presents the life of 21-year-old Zeenat Irfan, who traveled northern areas of Pakistan all alone. The flick showcases the troubles a common young woman faces in daily life. Watch this video report to know what showbiz personalities say about the Sohai…

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Unique fashion show held in Karachi

Physically fit fashion models are a common sight at catwalk runs around the globe. However, Karachi’s emerging designers gave a shot to oversize and elderly women to prove that old age and overweight are no longer irritants. Specialty of the Pakistan Fashion Week, Karachi also was special persons who were given chance at the ramp….

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Karachi artists highlight power crisis in artwork

The lack of life’s basic amenities has distressed citizens of Karachi so much that the issues have started seeping into artistic work. Karachi’s young artists highlighted the issue through their artwork. Karachi is suffering shortage of electricity, gas and water.

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Glamour and glimmer at four-day film festival in Karachi

The Pakistan International Film Festival came to an end after four days at Karachi’s Frere Hall Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb appreciated the star-studded event that coincided with the return of international cricket to Pakistan. “It is great news for Pakistan,” she said. Pakistani stars, including Ali Zafar, Mahira Khan, Amina Sheikh, Sanam Saeed and Meera,…

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