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“Come sit with us Kamla, lets catch up!” said the third floor Mrs. D’Sylva. Kamla hastened from the dining table to the lounge, hiding her phone that was beeping continuously. She had friends and acquaintances from her apartment building over for tea. It was their usual monthly book club meet-up. But something was different. Woman… Continue reading Untitled I

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"home is where…" – Karachi captured in artwork of Madiha Sikander

In Madiha Sikander’s miniature art exhibition titled “home is where …” at Koel Gallery,  the essence of life was captured through the finest lines and most unique shades of gudrung  - the most vital medium used in this collection.Sikander’s collection included 23 pieces of artwork ranging from a wide variety of miniature paintings to statues… Continue reading "home is where…" – Karachi captured in artwork of Madiha Sikander

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Karachi Burns in the Fire of Disunity…….

            On Thursday, July 14, 2011, Karachi’s streets were red with blood and vehicles were seen set ablaze across the city. Karachi – the city of lights and Pakistan’s largest commercial hub has been serving the nation by producing various goods that contribute 7 million rupees worth of exports to the nation. Today, this city… Continue reading Karachi Burns in the Fire of Disunity…….