HONG KONG — Two bomb blasts on Sunday killed at least five people and injured more than 20 in the northern Pakistan city of Peshawar. The attack is likely to be politically-linked, though it also has…
"Zinda Bhaag", Pakistan's contender for the foreign-language Academy Award race, has concluded distribution deals for the Canada, U.K. and Middle East territories.
LONDON — Pakistan has chosen "Zinda Bhaag" as its contender for the foreign-language Academy Award race. The film is in the Urdu and Punjabi languages, produced by Mazhar Zaidi and written and…
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Pakistan will submit an entry to Oscar's foreign-language category after a gap of 50 years, though the committee has not yet chosen the film. Each country is allowed one submission and can decide how…
Two news programs concern themselves with justice Tuesday night, and the one people are less likely to watch is clearly the more worthy and extraordinary. A PBS “Frontline” production, “Outlawed in…
KARACHI-- The Pakistan government blocked access to YouTube again Saturday, hours after it had lifted a ban on the site for carrying blasphemous material.
A member of Pakistan's transgender community, the Khusras, plays a slightly fictionalized version of himself in "Noor," the feature debut of peripatetic helming-writing duo Cagla Zencirci and…
"Zibahkhana" (Hell's Ground) might not be Pakistan's first horror movie, but it's almost certainly the first featuring midget zombies and produced by an ice cream mogul.
Pakistan is finally putting broadcasting on a fast track: The country's leader, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, has just given the go-ahead to commercial TV.