Swarovski set to shine in Pakistan.
Abbas Alizada is a celebrity in his homeland and has become a familiar face on local media.
Social media website’s updated ‘community standards’ clarify acceptable posts relating to contentious topics.
‘Top Gear’ hosts hints in newspaper column that he might leave British national broadcaster.
An animated short featuring the characters of the blockbuster movie will precede the official sequel.
Famed for his Discworld series, the writer died in his bed after being diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s in 2007.
Filmmaker says new CBFC chairman has made the organization a laughing stock.
Attiq Ahmed named co-winner in Young Talent category.
NDTV broadcasts blank screen with flickering lamp for an hour—the time it would have aired the banned ‘India’s Daughter.’
In Lahore, audiences question ‘history.’
Islamic State jihadists are continuing their systematic campaign to erase the region’s cultural history.
From AK-47s to drones, weavers in Afghanistan are depicting their country’s bloody decades.
John Oliver follows Jon Stewart in utilizing satire to help his audience understand complex news stories.
Indian preacher honored for being one of the most renowned non-Arabic speaking promoters of Islam.
Reopening was brought forward in response to I.S. destruction of artifacts in Mosul.
Veteran actor renowned for his turn as Spock on ‘Star Trek’ died at his home in Los Angeles.
‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ also scores four awards.
Compiled from tweets, a crowd-sourced review of the Lahore Literary Festival’s third day.
Compiled from tweets, a crowd-sourced review of the Lahore Literary Festival’s second day.
Compiled from tweets, a crowd-sourced review of the Lahore Literary Festival’s inaugural day.