Pakistan - The Untold Story of Trauma, Transition and Opportunity, as the title suggests, is an attempt to depict highs and lows of a beleaguered nation which, on the strength of its heroes, talent, geo-politics and history, can see light at the end of the tunnel.
Pakistan's homegrown PAC – Pad 1 is the result of a collaboration between Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and Hong Kong based company – INNAVTEK International (H.K.) Ltd. Published 12:48 a.m. March 15, 2012 - Comments
Saving Face brings together the hard work and creativity of an ambitious filmmaker, the dedication of a passionate doctor, and determination of valiant victims of acid attacks. Published 12:34 a.m. February 24, 2012 - Comments
Arfa Karim's demise is truly an episode of grief and sorrow as Pakistan lost not only an IT prodigy but also a redeemer of country’s progressive image. Published 12:14 a.m. January 25, 2012 - Comments
Mudassar hails from northern Punjab of Pakistan and belongs to a family that has contributed to the politics, education and social development of the area. His diverse academic background ranges from a conventional style of schooling in a small city ...Read More
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Mudassar hails from northern Punjab of Pakistan and belongs to a family that has contributed to the politics, education and social development of the area. His diverse academic background ranges from a conventional style of schooling in a small city to the GCSE’s in a metropolis and further education in British universities. He is currently working for a semi-government development organization in Pakistan.
Mudassar feels that Pakistan’s image is falling prey to the growing polarization among its people, leading towards country’s stereotypical depiction influenced by the ideas stemming from either religious radicalism or liberal fascism.
A typical Pakistani does not relate to any of those extremes and his side of story is yet to be told.