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The Chat Room E4 – Let’s Talk Cricket

Posted on 17 March 2012

Let’s Talk Cricket 17th March, Saturday 7:00 pm Let’s Talk Cricket â�� India vs Pakistan India vs Pakistan is always a much-anticipated event. After Mohali, India and Pakistan will meet in Dhaka on March 18 to play against each other. And this match is all the more important for India, as it will decide their [...]

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The Chat Room E4 – Let’s Talk Cricket – India vs Pakistan

Posted on 17 March 2012

Let’s Talk Cricket 17th March, Saturday 7:00 pm Let’s Talk Cricket â�� India vs Pakistan India vs Pakistan is always a much-anticipated event. After Mohali, India and Pakistan will meet in Dhaka on March 18 to play against each other. And this match is all the more important for India, as it will decide their [...]

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Asia Cup: Important for Pakistan

Posted on 11 March 2012 · Served by Finding Neverland

Written for Khelo Pakistan . Asia Cup starts from the 11th March.  According to most people this tournament never gets the deserved status it should have and thats kind of true as its always organized at the wrong time. According to Geoffery Boycott no one cares about Asia Cup not even the Asian teams. But is that [...]

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Wi-Tribe sponsors the Islamabad Deaf Cricket Association

Posted on 07 March 2012

wi-tribe sponsors the Islamabad Deaf Cricket Association wi-tribe CSR supports Islamabad Deaf Cricket team in the 2012 National Championship Tournament Karachi – 07th March, 2012: In an effort to continue building community blocks, wi-tribe Pakistan shares its latest CSR initiative that is comprised of a partnership with the Islamabad Deaf Cricket Association (IDCA). The IDCA will be [...]

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To All the Humsafar Critics by Lubna Shahid

Posted on 06 March 2012

Many tried to give unusual twist to these stories countless times and yet the classic always prevails. There have been drama serials with unusual storylines and they failed to create an impression on the masses. Let me tell you why the average story of humsafar caught the hearts of hundreds and thousands (albeit, Fawad’s gorgeous smile that makes plenty swoon is a huge factor too) when unusual dramas don’t. People can relate to characters. There was chemistry between the lead characters that made them believable and so watchable. There was a depth, a spark in this otherwise average story. That’s why the serial just clicked among the masses.

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Humsafar

Posted on 04 March 2012 · Served by AMNA ZAFAR (AIMZ)

Humsafar fever….people was suffering for this disease for last few months. Everyone gossip starts with Humsafar and ends with Humsafar. Saturday is Humsafar day, at night 8 pm to 9 pm Humsafar crazy fever was at peak. Girls and housewifes watch Humsafar with full attention and males are also crazy of Humsafar. Mothers don’t prepare [...]

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Happy Birthday Shahid Afridi.

Posted on 01 March 2012 · Served by Finding Neverland

Posted in KHELO PAKISTAN ! My first interaction with Shahid Afridi lasted a couple of seconds. It was just a shake of the hands with a big smile on his clean shaved face, and why not. It was 16th March 2004 to be exact. Pakistan had beaten India in the 2nd ODI of the Samsung [...]

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Daughters of Pakistan

Posted on 01 March 2012 · Served by Borderline Green

Pakistan woke up to a zingy Monday morning with journalist and documentary filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy grabbing the golden statuette at the 84th Academy Awards. Column inches have been filling thick and fast since then. Doubtless more is in store in the coming days and weeks to feast on the latest odds-defying story from Pakistan that [...]

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Claps for Saving Face & Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

Posted on 28 February 2012 · Served by CafePak

Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy made Oscar history late Sunday, as she became the first Pakistani to win the coveted award for her documentary film Saving Face. Chinoy’s triumph is, rightly, being celebrated with much vigour and the country’s prime minister has announced the highest civilian award for the filmmaker. Chinoy’s story regarding acid attack victims punished by [...]

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Pakistan is a Nation at Odds With Itself, U.S.

Posted on 23 February 2012 · Served by Pakistanis for Peace

By Stephen Magagnini for The Sacremento Bee KARACHI, Pakistan — On a moonlit Thursday night in February, a television network executive hosted an elegant affair for journalists and diplomats at his villa above the Arabian Sea. Karachi’s privileged dined on lamb, shrimp, chicken, mutton and fettuccine in mushroom sauce, and were surprised by a quartet [...]

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On the 20th amendment, and Imran Khan’s bizarre opposition to it

Posted on 22 February 2012 · Served by Asian Correspondent » Ahsan Butt

Last week, the government and opposition in Pakistan came together to carry out a very impressive achievement. Both houses of parliament, after some back and forth, passed the 20th amendment. Amongst other things, the 20th amendment provides for a fully independent election commission and an institutionalized, orderly transition by setting out the contours of the [...]

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Pakistan’s Sesame Street: Can an Urdu Elmo Aid a Blighted Nation?

Posted on 21 February 2012 · Served by Pakistanis for Peace

By Aryn Baker for Time For a 3-year-old who has yet to master the use of the personal pronoun, Elmo is a whiz at foreign languages. Already fluent in Chinese, German, Hindi, Spanish and Arabic, among others, the fluffy red icon has just picked up Urdu, the most common language in Pakistan. At a time [...]

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What to do when Pakistan loose a cricket match?

Posted on 17 February 2012 · Served by CafePak

You must be aware that Cricket is not just a game in Pakistan, it is something beyond religion and seriously this should not be a scenario here in this case. We Pakistanis are already famous for our emotions and attitude. When Pakistan cricket team wins then we celebrate victory with full joy, we announce public [...]

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Nanyang Technological University

Posted on 16 February 2012 · Served by Possibilities Pakistan

NTU – North Spine Had luck not sided with me, I probably would be studying Telecommunications Engineering at the National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan. However, thanks to good fortune, I am now at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. I am currently doing my Bachelors in Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE).  My decision to [...]

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