Like many other sectors, the Pakistani wedding industry and the related businesses have been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Chitral Valley of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa enjoys a distinguished position in the world due to its lovely scenery, unique culture and hospitality.
Twenty-two-year-old Qayyum Khan, a native of Daduzai, and his 12 other colleagues are busy in stitching protective gear for medical and paramedical staff in Peshawar as demand of protective gear has increased with hike in spread of the pandemic.
A 10 year old, Jawad Gul can be seen working in the automobile workshop with dirty hands after his family faced financial problems due to the lockdown imposed in Peshawar.
Another advice at the hospital was that checking of teeth by and expert doctor after every six months is mandatory.
The non-governmental organisation (NGO) has so far sponsored education of thousands of students since its creation in 2014.
Media is changing fast, but still radio has maintained its unique position due to its quality of being the easiest mean to covey news feed.
At least 15 people undergoing free of cost treatment at a private eye hospital in Charsadda have lost their eyesight.
Landi is very common in most areas of Afghanistan and Balochistan and some parts of merged tribal districts.
The NCOC has issued revised precautionary guidelines for holding wedding receptions amid strict compliance of the SOPs.
Saleem Khan, whose marriage was scheduled in February but had to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, is annoyed.
Tariq Aziz The overseas Pakistanis suffered heavily due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While thousands had lost their livelihoods due to the prolonged lockdowns and travel...