Saphoy Didar Ali : A tribute to an Ismaili soldier

Maati TV presents ” ShortDocs” where we will be publishing short documentary film about Pakistan, made by Pakistani film makers. The stories are aimed at encouraging us to look beyond our understanding of Pakistan and accept the various diverse groups that are living in our country. The film pays tribute to Saphoy Didar Ali, a […]

There are no beggars in Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan

Pakistan has a serious beggar problem, especially in the urban cities however in the small district of Hunza-Nagar in Gilgit-Baltistan there are no beggars at all. There are a variety of reasons for this having to do with the the education systems, presence of civil society and the close knit communities. However the same solutions […]

What is the Local Government?

If you are a Pakistani, over 18 and have a remote interest in how your country is run, then you need to see this. While we all have a basic idea of how the Government functions, how many of us know what the Local Government does or even is? The video breaks down what exactly […]

A tale of Hindu-Muslim friendship

While Pakistan might not be the safest and most nurturing environment for it’s hindu minority population, these two girls studying at the government school in Southern Punjab, prove otherwise. Kashaf is a muslim, Rani is Hindu and they are best friends. The town of Ahmad Pur Sharkia located near Bahawalpur has an extensive hindu population. […]

Pick and drop service for differently abled students

The Islamia University Bahawalpur has started an initiative that provides pick and drop service to differently abled students in their university. This allows the students to use the service during field research and their thesis projects. Projects like these go a long way towards a creating a more inclusive environment which caters to people with […]