Archive for April, 2006


Indian actress Rajinder Rozy along with other artists performs in Dukh Darya staged by Ajoo ka Theatre in Islamabad Club.


Dr Javed Aslam Butt examines Rehana Akram after removing a surgical towel from her stomach at Pims

on the street again!

One of the extreme pleasures of coming back to Islamabad is playing tape-ball cricket on the street with my brothers. And some street friends. This I was missing for the last many months I wasn’t able to spent more than a mere couple of days with my family, so every second was pre-occupied. Perhaps, that’s why I wasn’t able to log onto here and say a few words. Well, when yesterday my younger brother – who’s also having matriculation examination these days and give them a damn really – proposed to have a game with him. We actually postponed it on today (sunday, the funday!) to have everybody in the neighbourhood.

Raining cats and dogs…

in Islamabad!!!

Rawalpindi`s famous and Beautiful Haveli

A view of historic Sujhan Singh Haveli in Rawalpindi which was handed over to Fatima Jinnah University.

Performance Night

The Turkish musical group, Orchestra Academic Bashkent, performs.

Islamabad – more of political natured now

Cherie Blair, wife of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, talks to two of the first four women pilots of Pakistan Air Force, who recently graduated from the PAF Academy in Risalpur.

Picture Source

Assalam o alaykum

Here is a link to the picture gallery maintained by ILO regarding 8th octobers quake … have a look.

Ans I certainly can not say enjoy … rather pray … would be appropriate.

Islamabad’s heritage museum becomes a hot spot!

The number of visitors to Pakistan’s new national Heritage Museum in Islamabad is on the rise and students, women, and children come in hordes everyday to witness history, culture and rich civilisation heritage on display.

Although the museum, which is the only of its kind in the country, has artistically showcased the heritage in exuberant displays, there are still areas, which need attention of the management.

The museum was opened to public in 2004 and now catches the eye of almost every visitor with its rich mix of items hailing from all the provinces on display.

Atlast, First Forensic Lab

Pakistan’s first forensic science laboratory, with DNA test capability, started work in Islamabad on Friday to help in investigation of crimes.

The Laboratory, set up by the National Police Bureau in Islamabad, would help in investigations against the terrorism and serious crimes, Interior Minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao said while inaugurating the Laboratory.

The Laboratory has been established with the help of China and most of the machinery has been gifted by the Chinese government.

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