Renowned religious scholar, Maulana Tariq Jameel’s news to launch his own clothing brand has stirred quite a controversy in the past few days. The brand will sell Kurta and Shalwar Kameez as stated by the spokesperson of the scholar. However, the Tariq Jameel has finally broken his silence on the matter and revealed why he has decided to launch the brand.
Pakistani social media star Dananeer Mobeen is over the moon after her ‘pawri ho rahi hai’ trend took Bollywood by storm. Among some famous reenactment includes Randeep Hooda and Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor. Shahid shared a video doing the popular trend with the cast members of his upcoming yet-to-be-titled web series.
Team Invictus of Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute (GIKI) of Engineering Sciences and Technology has won 34th place in the Design, Build, and Fly (DBF) competition 2020, hosted by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). According to details, GIKI’s Team Invictus earned 81 points and was placed at 34th spot in the fourth and final round of the DBF
Gwadar Cricket Stadium, being dubbed as the “world’s most beautiful cricket stadium” by the Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development (HRD), held an exhibition match on Friday. The match was held between Gwadar Dolphins, captained by PM’s aide Zulfiqar Bukhari, and Showbiz Sharks, which is being led by Pakistan Cricket Board’s Chief Executive Wasim Khan.
Social media in Pakistan, and even our neighboring country India, has been taken over by another viral meme. From national cricket team to actors in Pakistan, remakes of the viral #Pawrihorahihai have been shared all over the internet. Even Indian music producer Yashraj Mukhate created a mix from the viral clip. But who is the girl behind the meme and why did she make it?
Designer Ali Xeeshan came under fire this week for his anti-dowry campaign Numaish at the Bridal Couture Week 2021. The project was developed in collaboration with UN Women Pakistan. In response to the backlash, Ali Xeeshan said he doesn’t hold people at gunpoint and force them to buy his Rs1.2 million bridal lehenga.
Pakistan has conducted a successful training launch of the Babur IA cruise missile, said a statement by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The cruise missile has a range of 450 kilometres and can be launched from either a submarine or a land-based quad-launcher. The military’s media wing added that the missile is “capable of engaging targets at land and sea with high precision”.
Search efforts for mountaineers Muhammad Ali Sadpara, and two others are expected to resume after slight improvement in Skardu’s weather. A special forward looking infrared (FLIR) mission by a C-130 aircraft along with four high-altitude porters (HAPs) from Sadpara village will be used in the operation. Bad weather in the area thwarted attempts for an on-ground and aerial search of the mountaineers.
Pakistani planning minister Asad Umar has said that Pakistan would start registering people aged 65 and above so they could be vaccinated in the second phase of the coronavirus vaccine drive. In the second phase, 17 million of the “most vulnerable” people, including 9.5 million above 65 years of age, would be given shots. The vaccination of those who register in this category will start in March.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan has said that if a prisoner on death row is unable to comprehend the rationale behind their punishment due to a mental illness, then carrying out the death sentence does not “meet the ends of justice”. The apex court announced the verdict after reserving its judgement on a point whether mentally ill death-row prisoners can be executed.