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ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar has taken notice of Lahore High Court’s acquittal of Shah Hussain, the man who was convicted of brutally stabbing law student Khadija Siddiqui two years ago.
Fodder, a type of animal feed, is an agricultural foodstuff used specifically to feed domesticated livestock, such as cattle, goats, sheep, chickens in the native village of Mardan, a Second largest city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Washington: Mr. Ali Jehangir Siddiqui assumed charge as the new Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States today, 29 May 2018 at the Embassy of Pakistan, Washington DC.
Mahira Khan's Cannes debut was a blockbuster, hands down. She made a stunning appearance on the red carpet and her fashion game for the other events related to the film festival was just on point. While it is difficult to get over her stylish pictures from the French Riviera, Mahira teased us with yet another post and she's making us a fan of her hair-flip ('the French way'). Dressed in pale blue trousers, white shirt and a blazer for an interactive session at the Cannes Film Festival, Mahira shared a Boomerang video and captioned it as, "Palat, the French way." Take a look.
Be it Kristen Stewart's silent protest against the no-flats rule or the recurrence of the much-loved combo of classic blue jeans and white shirt/top - Cannes 2018 has been all about comfort dressing. Except for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Huma Qureshi, all our leading ladies, be it Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor or Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, were seen sporting the denims, which was a first for Cannes. Here's a detailed look at all of them
After making fans go crazy with her gracious look in her mom’s sari at the National Film Awards ceremony, Janhvi Kapoor wore yet another traditional sari to the post-event party in Delhi. Pic inside
Janhvi Kapoor, who was recently in Delhi to receive the National Film Award for Best Actress on behalf of her late mother and Bollywood actor Sridevi , was also spotted at the post-event party in the national capital where she looked equally stunning in yet another sari.
She wore a red and gold traditional silk sari to the party and designer Manish Malhotra shared a picture of the gorgeous actor who will soon make her Bollywood debut with Dhadak opposite Ishaan Khatter. “The very gorgeous @janhvikapoor #elegant and #graceful in a #custommade #traditional #saree #manishmalhotralabel ... @mmalhotraworld,” he wrote.
While attending the ceremony along with her sister Khushi and dad Boney Kapoor, Janhvi was seen wearing a pink and cream Kanjeevaram silk sari from late Sridevi’s personal collection. Malhotra has also shared the details and a picture in a previous post and wrote, “The very pretty @janhvikapoor as she goes to Receive Sridevi Ma’am’s Much Deserved National Award for her fabulous performance in Mom’ ... An Actress and a human being and the friend that we all miss every day of our life’s ... #jhanvikapoor in her Mom s personel Saree for this emotional and precious moment #manishmalhotraworld .., #kushikapoor #boneykapoor @mmalhotraworld”
it was the same sari Sridevi wore for Telug actor Ram Charan’s 2013 wedding. Janhvi’s fan clubs first spotted it, the report added. Janhvi’s younger sister Khushi, wore a traditional south Indian-style half sari to the award ceremony held on Thursday.
Sridevi, who died in February this year due to accidental drowning in a Dubai hotel, was awarded the best actress award posthumously for her role in the Bollywood film, Mom.
Ranbir Kapoor is coming back to the big screen with Sanju, based on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt. While the film’s teaser has sent fans into a tizzy, director Raju Hirani has spiked our interest further by releasing posters of the film where Ranbir looks freakishly like Sanjay Dutt. Take a look at Sanju from the 90s. (more…)
Washington: The US Department of State honored 10 outstanding young leaders from around the world, including Dania Hassan from Pakistan in recognition of her efforts to promote positive social change in the education sector of Pakistan, in a graceful ceremony today.
Dania Hassan, 18, after attending summer school at John’s Hopkins University through the U.S. Summer Sisters Exchange Program, a program of US Pakistan Women Council, established an organization called “Fun to Learn,” through which teams of volunteers conduct extracurricular programs in underprivileged schools in Pakistan. She is the youngest high achiever of the Pakistan-U.S. Alumni Network’s "30under30 series."
Earlier, the US-Pakistan Women Council organized a pre-award event at the residence of Ms. Shaista Mahmood, who is the founding member of the Council to celebrate the achievement of Ms. Hassan.
Speaking at the occasion, Ambassador Aizaz Chaudhry applauded the efforts made by the US Pakistan Women Council to promote Women Empowerment and Entrepreneurship. While congratulating Ms. Hassan, Ambassador Chaudhry remarked that Pakistani Youth and Pakistani women are vibrant, robust and passionate and are excelling in various fields. He urged the Council and its partners to identify more opportunities to enhance future cooperation.
The event was well attended by the senior officials of the State Department, board members of US Pakistan Business Council, prominent community members and students.
Ikram Sehgal elaborated that Islamic countries could depend on the goodwill of the people of the United States.
Pakistani American Press Association (PAPA) invited Ikram Sehgal (Pakistani defense analyst and security expert) to its forum. While speaking to the event, Mr. Sehgal who has also served as a Director of the EastWest Institute (EWI), a US-based think-tank among several other key international institutions, elaborated that Islamic countries could depend on the goodwill of the people of the United States as well its judicial system to ensure that racial discrimination is not institutionalized.