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vd-afp-670[1] Culture & Art’s Entertainment & Infotainment Karachi kee barye mai Karachi News Reports 

Karachiites Celebrate Valentine Day in their Own Style

Karachiites know how have fun with when it’s a chance to have fun, though they rarely get possibilities to take it easy to the hilt. Over the decades their minutes of pleasure have become progressively brief lived, for no mistake of theirs. This Valentines Day is no exemption. It is one of those periods when the air in the town is not loaded with gunpowder but with really like. Valentine’s Day in Karachi begins practically 24 hours before the actual day. Flower-sellers swarm every important traffic signal, especially in district…

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lion_cage-670[1] Entertainment & Infotainment Fun Karachi kee barye mai Karachi News Reports 

Kids Say Happy Birthday to Loin at Karachi Zoo

A lot of kids and women showed up in at the Karachi zoo to enjoy the yearly ‘zoo day’ and the birthday parties of Raju the lion,who turned 20,and Gudu the Bactrian camel, who became a year old on Sunday. A cake was cut near Raju’s cage to enjoy his Twentieth birthday. The regular age of a lion in captivity is between 16 and 20 years and Raju has spent over a decade and a half in the facility. He has almost finished his regular life-cycle, but he looks young…

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aangan terha Culture & Art’s Entertainment & Infotainment Karachi News Reports 

Aangan Terha being staged in Arts Council from 8 Feb

A stage play based on the well-known 1980’s TV play Aangan Terha will be held from Feb 8 at the Arts Council Karachi auditorium. This was declared by author of the play Anwar Maqsood at a media meeting at the Arts Council on Thursday. The play would last for 90 days. He said the production was a tribute to the senior actors who served in the unique TV edition of Aangan Terha (Saleem Nasir, Shakeel, Bushra Ansari, Arshad Mahmood, Moin Akhtar and Durdana Butt) three decades back. He said it was…

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karachi fashion week Culture & Art’s Entertainment & Infotainment Fun Karachi kee barye mai Karachi News 

Fashion at blaze at Karachi Fashion Week

The befitting venue of the Expo Center is ready to do business as local developers, style producers and producers desperately eye potential international customers while introducing their selections at it all version of the three-day Karachi Fashion Weeks time slam that is on from Jan 27 to29. Around 25 reveals will be put forth featuring as many designers, some of them big titles of the market such as Munib Nawaz and Usman Dittu with newbies, besides a special display that will recognize the participation made to the style market by…

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Nine more lost Lives in New Wave of Violence

Violence continued in different areas of Karachi on Friday, claiming lives of nine more people, including workers of political parties. Police said the firing incidents took place in Esa Nagri, Baldia Town, Saeed Abad and Nazimabad areas where seven people were shot dead in drive-by attacks. Two dead bodies were recovered from Shershah area. Karachi, home to 18 million people, is the financial capital of Pakistan but has been plagued by violent crime. The politically and religiously motivated violence claimed more than 1700 lives in 2012 in Karachi.

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Pakistans First Dolphin Show in Karachi Delayed

The entertainment-starved people of the city, particularly children, will have to wait for another month to see four dolphins and two sea lions perform at a Pakistan Navy facility owing to a delay caused by the weather, it was learnt on Thursday. The Russian dolphins and sea lions – belonging to the Moscow-based Utrish Dolphinarium Company — are being brought here to perform at the Maritime Museum, PNS Karsaz, by a local entertainment company called Talent Brokers International. Responding to queries, the TBI’s Mustafa Kamal said the dolphins were to…

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Big Screens in Parks Work Cricket Fans up into Frenzy

Wearing an uncharacteristically deserted look, the roads in Karachi seemed extra dark and extra broad on Sunday evening when Pakistan faced India in the 20th ICC World T20 tournament. Several enterprising people of the city have put up large screens in order to offer the people some healthy entertainment during the ongoing tournament in Sri Lanka and some of it is quite cheap and even free. Walking into the Eidgah Ground in Clifton on Sunday one realised where all the people in that area had gone. They were all in…

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“Avanti” Culture & Art’s Entertainment & Infotainment Karachi News Reports 

“Avanti” Perform in Karachi

At around 5 o’clock on Saturday evening, the auditorium of the Arts Council was alive with the vibrant cast of “Avanti” that took the stage once more. But instead of being involved in its usual shenanigans, the “Avanti” team had invited members of the press to thank them for their ongoing support and discuss the issues plaguing the theatre industry in Pakistan. Javed Ahmed Saeedi, the director of the play said, “The main aim of this press conference is to tell you that performing arts is still alive, and this…

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Ikhlaq Hussain Mesmerize audience with his Power Pack Performance at All Pakistan Music Conference

A master sitar player paints a picture, creates a scene that signifies a particular event in life. That event may or may not have the range of emotions that usually define such experiential episodes. On late Wednesday evening Ikhlaque Hussain proved why he is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with in the realm of music. His performance at a concert organised by the All Pakistan Music Conference at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture was marked by passionate sitar playing which made the audience realise how…

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Karachi School of Arts Annual Exhibition

Sheema Khan worked for month to create the storyline of Dastan-e-Amir Hamza, which hung majestically in the gallery of Karachi School of Arts (KSA). The hot-pink masterpiece was a fusion of two mediums – miniature painting and printmaking. But the wait was worth it. Khan was one of the 16 faculty members of the KSA who displayed their artwork. This was the third such exhibition organised by the school. This year’s theme was printmaking. “It took time to finish this because I had to work on an acrylic sheet and…

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