Posts Tagged ‘ lahore ’

A Visit to the Fakir Khana

Feb 2016

Visiting one of the world's oldest private museums in Lahore, a writer re-discovers her home. Issue 10
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Pashtuns in Lahore

Jan 2016

Pashtuns and their work circuits are part of Lahore's Walled City heritage, but they are now under-valued–and targeted. Issue 10
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Spaces of Waste | Invisible Cities

Oct 2015
Low quality unsorted paper in khabardee located next to the jhuggee

Filth, refuse, trash, and waste of all kinds are consistent and unwanted features of the urban landscape in Lahore. Despite its ubiquity, waste material is a thing that must be moved, whether from a household, commercial establishment, mohalla, or even a street, to an elsewhere. It is constantly in motion, being moved from one...
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لاہور، داڑھی، اور اپنائیت

eng | سر یہ آپ نے کیا حلیہ بنایا ہوا ہے؟ آپ اتنے پڑھے لکھے ہیں، یونیورسٹی میں پڑھاتے ہیں، پھر ایسی داڑھی اور بال کیوں؟ شمارہ ٩

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Beards and Belonging in Lahore

Aug 2015

اردو | You are well educated, you are a teacher, then why this beard and hair? Issue 9
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Counter-Narrative to Violence: Hum Jo Tareek Rahon Mein Maare Gae | ART

On 23rd May, 2015, the Awami Art Collective launched a public art display at Bagh-e-Jinnah in Lahore to commemorate those civilians who have lost their lives in rampant communal violence and terrorism in Pakistan in the past thirty years.
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Re-silencing Balochistan? | TQ Voices

Today, a roundtable on "Unsilencing Balochistan" to be held on Thursday 9 April at LUMS was cancelled due to state intervention.
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