Born in Peshawar, Farid Jan, Chief Strategy Officer at Green Tech and Founder of Yellostone, the official partner for Telenor Infinity smartphones, returns regularly to his city of birth, seeking
At the cross roads of conflict and culture is Pakistan’s oldest living city, Peshawar. Make no mistake – the ancient town is ruled by tradition, in which patriarchy plays a
Peshawar recently served as the backdrop for stylist Amna Niazi’s latest project, a fashion film for designer Munib Nawaz starring city native, musician Aamer Shafiq. As lead guitarist for the
By the foothills of the Himalayas, amongst many other charming valleys and villages, lies the scenic hamlet of Nathiagali. Boasting picturesque views, magnificent panoramas and deep forests of oak, cedar
Explorer and environmental activist Afia Salam pens an exquisite tale of Naran and the fairytale surrounding the magical Lake Saiful Muluk. As she describes the wonders of this land visited
Explorer Madeeha Syed pens an informed guide on everything you need to know to start cycling and lists a few of her favourite off-the-beaten-path rides around Karachi and its environs.
Aniqa Imran, Assistant Curator at the National History Museum and General Manager of the Citizens Archive of Pakistan, reviews artist Rabeya Jalil’s solo exhibition titled ‘Something Else’ held recently at
Leading fashion design house Sania Maskatiya became the first Pakistani brand to showcase at this season’s New York Fashion Week (NYFW). Presenting its dedicated western wear line Sania Studio’s Spring/Summer
Chitta Katha Lake is located in Shounter valley at the elevation of 13,500 feet, making it the highest lake in Azad Kashmir. In the local language, “chitta” means white and
Located in south-eastern Peru, just miles from the city of the kings, Cusco has its own rich history. Once the capital of the great Inca Empire, its archaeological sites give
The bi-annual Daachi Arts and Crafts Exhibition returns yet again this November at Qasr-e-Noor, Model Town. Featuring a variety of products ranging from pottery to jewellery, shawls to stone carvings,
DIL Hong Kong is hosting their annual dinner as they celebrate 20 years of educating and empowering underprivileged children, especially girls, in Pakistan on November 17, 2018 at Cipriani Restaurant.