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Busting Myths on Sexual Harassment in Pakistan

In Pakistan almost all women face sexual harassment and yet these cases are hardly talked about or reported. We need to start understanding that sexually harassing someone is a serious issue, it is a crime and it is not the victims fault. We decided to tackle some of these misconceptions and myths about sexual harassment […]

The city of Pehalwans

Gujranwala is famous for the proud tradition of pehalwani in the sub continent. The short film takes us inside this proud tradition.

How the deaf are getting educated in Lahore

The Hamza Foundation in Lahore has developed a purpose build educational institution for the hearing impaired individuals. Their mission is to create greater inclusion and opportunities for the differently abled members of our community. You can get in touch with the foundation through their Facebook page https://web.facebook.com/Hamza-Foundation-Academy-For-The-Deaf-735664499777429/?ref=br_rs

Studying under the stars

A slum school in Faisalabad, Pakistan is providing night classes to kids under solar light. By providing a night school option. the kids can easily work during the day and study at night. Most of the times the these kids from the slums are unable to go to school because they have to work at […]

The Nawab of Bahawalpur and what he did for Pakistan

You may not know this but the last official Nawab of Bahawalpur, Sir Sadiq Mohammad Abbasi had a great deal to do with the creation of Pakistan. Before the Partition Bahawalpur was the State of Bahawalpur, a thriving princely state with a fiscal budget larger than that of modern KPK. So the Nawab of Bahawalpur […]

A tribute to Pakistan’s Army.

On this Defence day lets take a minute to remember the brave men and women who put their lives on the line to protect the citizens of Pakistan. Here are a few of such brave individuals who have been immortalised by our cities. Did you know who these famous roads and landmarks were names after?

The Dabang lady of KPK

Meet Rozia Altaf, KPK’s first female DSP, Traffic Police. Her take on her job, females in the workforce and the importance of doing once duty will truly inspire you.

Pakistan’s first electricity powered rickshaws

Locally produced for a greener cleaner Pakistan, these electric rickshaws are one of a kind. Produced by Zar motors, they promise a speed between 150 to 200 km.

Meet Pakistan’s youngest wheelchair cricketer

This is a story about Arslan Rizwan. Pakistan’s youngest Wheelchair cricketer at the age of 15. Moreover an academic achiever. The reason the story comes to light is because of his parents exceptional support forArslan. Due to his positive thinking he inspires to lead a normal life. The fact that he is handicapped, he is […]

Major Gulfam Shaheed : The contribution of the Shi’a community

The film pays tribute to Major Gulfam, a Shi’a soldier in the Pakistani army who gave his life fighting extremism. It also tells the story of the people of Parachanar, F.A.T.A where Major Gulfam was from. The people of this area has been in direct conflict with the Taliban due to their geographic location that […]