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Parents Of Newborns Can SO Relate To These Weird Joys!

Celebrities with newborns

Some of the things that seem normal to parents who are dealing with newborns eventually become a reason to laugh about as time goes by. The early days with a baby therefore, are likely to be the best and the most memorable of one’s life. Also Read: 3 Things You Understand Only After Becoming a Parent There are a number of weird...

The Case Of Muniba Mazari: Are We Incapable Of Seeing Others Prosper?

Muniba Mazari

For the last week or so both mainstream and social media is abuzz with the Muniba Mazari controversy. In the last few years Mazari has come to the forefront as a resilient young woman who continues to live life to the fullest despite a spinal chord injury that has left her wheelchair bound. Also Read: Mahira Khan - Beyond Ideas of Wrong Doing...

Why Indians Who Criticized The Sri Lankan Cricketers Over Delhi Smog Should Be Ashamed

Sri Lankan players suffer because of pollution and smog in Dehli Test

Smog played a massive role in making the recently concluded Delhi Test controversial. A lot of Indian fans ended up criticizing the visiting Sri Lankan team. Quite a few Indian fans accused the Sri Lankan team of putting up an "act" of sickness to sabotage the game. It goes without saying that this disrespect for the guest team was entirely uncalled for. Smog and...

Ali Aftab Saeed Of Beygairat Brigade Does It Again With This Satirical Number

Ali Aftab Saeed

In 2011 a group of kids decided to vent out their frustration over rampant bigotry and hate speech through a satirical number, Aloo Aunday. Over night, Beyghairat Brigade became an internet sensation and a household name in urban Pakistan. It's been a while since the band or any of its members came up with something quite as entertaining and simultaneously thought...

Candidly Yours | Episode 3 | Omran Shafique (Part II)

In the second part of his interview on Candidly Yours, Omran Shafique talks to Bolo Jawan about the years following the decline of music industry in Pakistan. He shared how Ali Azmat Band and Coke Studio came to the rescue of musicians in the country around 2006. Also Watch: Candidly Yours | Episode 3 | Omran Shafique (Part I) Omran also shares...

In Pictures: 50 Years Of Pakistan Peoples Party – The Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Years

The year was 1966. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had recently become interested in the communist ideology. Bhutto and his political mentor, Jalaluddin Abdur Rahim, a Nietzschean philosopher began toying with the idea of forming a political party with progressive values. Bhutto's first line of supporter came from student groups identifying with leftist politics. The Formation of PPP In the presence of distinguished progressive politicians,...