What no one told you about Pakistan

The Lost Prince

A documentary promo (shot in May ‘12) about a real-life twenty-something male from Islamabad, Pakistan who has to face up to his true identity after the sudden death of his father - that of a Himalayan Prince.

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Polish Gasherbrum Winter Expedition 2011/12 english subtitles

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Concordia K2 Sep 2011

A 360 degree view at concordia, the confluence of Godwin austin and baltoro glacier, showing K2, Broad peak, G4, G6, mitre peak, trango towers , paiju peak and many others. simply spectacular. you will not find such scenery anywhere else in the world.

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No Way Down - Graham Bowley on the K2 Mountaineering Disaster

Author Graham Bowley tells the stories of the hikers who braved the summit of K2 and faced one of the worst mountaineering disasters in history, the basis for his book, No Way Down.

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K2 : Climbing the World’s Toughest Mountain (Full Documentary)

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Festival: New beginnings in Pakistani cinema
It was only early this year when discussions at literature festivals and on television bemoaned the decline of Pakistani cinema and questioned whether it will rise again. At the same time, noises were made by industry insiders about projects in the pipelines. Those promises seem to be materialising. Quite a few films have been recently released, some of which have done well at the box office.
Several sessions at the Khayaal Festival were dominated by the cinema. They either discussed the newly-released films or talked about the upcoming ones. Excited writers, directors and producers gave further details about their projects on the sidelines of the festival.
In a session devoted to readings of Saadat Hasan Manto’s work, Sarmad Khoosat showed a 20-minute presentation on his upcoming film, Main Manto, scripted by Shahid Nadeem. Expected to be released early next year, the film is a TV-star heavy take on the writer’s life with Khoosat playing the lead role and Sania Saeed playing Manto’s wife Safia. Watching the clips, one experienced a rollercoaster of emotions — confusion, shock, delight, repulsion and heartache, an experience similar to that of reading Manto’s works. Particularly interesting was the interweaving of Manto’s short stories, essays and radio plays into the biographical narrative. (source)
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Festival: New beginnings in Pakistani cinema

It was only early this year when discussions at literature festivals and on television bemoaned the decline of Pakistani cinema and questioned whether it will rise again. At the same time, noises were made by industry insiders about projects in the pipelines. Those promises seem to be materialising. Quite a few films have been recently released, some of which have done well at the box office.

Several sessions at the Khayaal Festival were dominated by the cinema. They either discussed the newly-released films or talked about the upcoming ones. Excited writers, directors and producers gave further details about their projects on the sidelines of the festival.

In a session devoted to readings of Saadat Hasan Manto’s work, Sarmad Khoosat showed a 20-minute presentation on his upcoming film, Main Manto, scripted by Shahid Nadeem. Expected to be released early next year, the film is a TV-star heavy take on the writer’s life with Khoosat playing the lead role and Sania Saeed playing Manto’s wife Safia. Watching the clips, one experienced a rollercoaster of emotions — confusion, shock, delight, repulsion and heartache, an experience similar to that of reading Manto’s works. Particularly interesting was the interweaving of Manto’s short stories, essays and radio plays into the biographical narrative. (source)

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Concordia Pakistan— The Throne Room of Mountain Gods

From the BBC’s documentary series ‘Planet Earth’. 

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SHEHLA CHATOOR SOIGNE SPRING/SUMMER 2013

Directed and Edited by Nadir Firoz Khan
Styled by Maha Burney
DOP: Kamran Khan
Make up and Hair by Natasha
Models: Amna Ilyas & Amna Babar
Client: Shehla Chatoor

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University College of Medicine and Dentistry at The University of Lahore (UOL)

Higher education in medicine in Pakistan

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In the spotlight - The Sohrab Goth Mandi

Every year thousands of cattle farmers descend on the Sohrab Goth Mandi near Super Highway in Karachi. This year the mandi, which witnesses an inflow of animals worth billions and according to its administrators in the largest in Pakistan, is aiming for the Guinness Book of World Records.

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