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Meet Lahore’s Muhammad Bilal, who has adopted 40 children

A resident of Lahore Muhammad Bilal has set an example by adopting 40 children. In the current era, raising one’s own children has become difficult. In such a situation, the initiative taken by the city dweller is a pleasant gesture.

A unique mosque in Islamabad where food and medicine are provided to deserving people

In addition to worship, the mosques have excelled in other religious activities and educational matters throughout various historical periods. From a historical and religious perspective, a unique mosque in Islamabad provides food to deserving people and medicine to patients. According

Motorcycles “graveyard” in Karachi, where you can buy two-wheelers at the rate of Rs400 per kg

In Karachi, there is a motorcycle “graveyard” where two-wheelers are available for purchase at the unique price of Rs400 per kilogram. The recently surfaced video report unveils the existence of a motorcycle and vehicle “graveyard” in the heart of Karachi.

National Junior Badminton Championship 2023 kicks off in Karachi

The 2023 National Junior Badminton Championship has commenced at the National Bank of Pakistan Sports Complex in Karachi, featuring young talents in the Under-15, Under-17, and Under-19 categories. This prestigious sporting event is jointly organized by the Sindh Badminton Association

Karachi Zoo unveils international-style fish aquarium with rare species from 25 countries

The Karachi Zoo proudly inaugurated its first international-style fish aquarium, which boasts a diverse collection of rare fish species from 25 countries, delighting visitors with a kaleidoscope of colors and sizes. Mayor Karachi, Murtaza Wahab, spoke at the opening ceremony,

Lahore’s mother asks high authority to recover her kidnapped son from “Kharkars”

LAHORE: A miserable widower of Lahore has appealed for the recovery of her young and only son, who has been in the clutches of tribal kidnappers for a year. The elderly mother, who was at the protest outside the Lahore

Eid-Milad-un-Nabi: Youth Unity Organisation holds free medical camp in Karachi

Youth Unity Welfare Organisation, organised a free medical camp in Karachi for needy people in connection with Eid-Milad-un-Nabi. The office-bearers of the welfare organisation said the purpose of this medical camp is to serve humanity, especially in this Holy month

Paintings of prisoners exhibited at Karachi Art Council

An exhibition of artworks and handicrafts by inmates of Karachi Central Prison opened at the Arts Council of Pakistan’s gallery. About 200 works of art by more than 35 prisoners have been placed in the exhibition. A large number of

AKU holds Mini Marathon to promote heart awareness

World Heart Day is observed worldwide on September 29 to increase public awareness of cardiovascular diseases and healthy living. Throughout the month of September, Aga Khan University organizes various activities to raise awareness about heart diseases and living a healthy

Death-row prisoner Aziz Bugti becomes skilled artist in jail

Aziz Bugti is serving a 210-year imprisonment and has been sentenced to death four times. He has already spent 18 years in jail. However, this has not deterred him from being a fantastic painter.   Speaking to MM News, Bugti

Ashrafi Book Depot, which provides free books to poor students

In the current difficult time of high inflation when everyone is worried, Ashrafi Book Depot in Shah Faisal Colony No. 3 has introduced a free course facility for needy students. How can needy parents get this course? MM News correspondent

Meet the Pakistan artist drawing on pencils !

Karachi: In Pakistan, there have been many eminent personalities in every field, among whom there are some people who have proved their work all over the world. Today we have chosen a personality to talk about, whose excellent work on

Meet the courageous blind fruit seller who believes in hard work

A blind fruit seller has set an example through hard work rather than resorting to begging or seeking help from others. Sabir Ali Sabri, who has a fruit cart in Hijrat Colony near PIDC, said that he has never lost

Children warmly welcome dinosaurs at Karachi’s Dino Safari Park

Recently inaugurated dinosaur park at Safari Park is attracting children to visit the world of Dinosaurs. This groundbreaking event marks the establishment of the city’s first-ever state-of-the-art dinosaur park, a remarkable addition to Karachi’s cultural and educational landscape. The new

Meet Dr. Ajeet Kumar, who holds free camp for treatment of fatal diseases

There are many people who love to serve humanity, among them, one is Dr. Ajeet Kumar Lohana, who is Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist. Dr. Ajeet Kumar Lohana is holding free medical camp at AK Lohana Clinic every Sunday from 12pm to

Candle vigil ceremony held in Karachi for Jaranwala victims

A candle vigil was held in Karachi’s Teen Talwar to show support for the victims of Jaranwala in the town of Punjab’s Faisalabad district. The participants carried placards and lit candles to condole the victims who were attacked by the

Minority Rights March, Aurat March condemn Jaranwala incident

The August 16 attack on the Christian community in Jaranwala, Faisalabad, was abhorrent, and it was carried out in response to a single accusation of blasphemy against two local Christian youth—an accusation that has not yet been looked into, confirmed,

Protest staged in Karachi against attack on Churches in Faisalabad

A protest demonstration was staged outside Karachi Press Club against ransacking churches in Faisalabad over alleged blasphemy. Talking to MM News, a participant of the civil society Shahzadi Rai said If a Christian man can be booked over blasphemy charges

Pakistan’s first cafe run by differently abled children launched

KARACHI: Karachi Vocational Training Centre (KVTC) and State Life Insurance Corporation of Pakistan (SLIC) have collaborated to operation of Pakistan’s first-ever café exclusively run by the differently able trainees of KVTC. The groundbreaking ceremony held at KVTC marked the commencement

Largest flag of Pakistan unveiled for Independence Day

Preparations are in full swing as Independence Day approaches closer. Ahead of the festive occasion, the largest flag in Pakistan has been unveiled in Karachi.  The 200 feet by 130 feet flag is the largest national flag in the past twenty

First Minority Rights March to be held on August 11

KARACHI: Minority representatives, civil society activists, and Aurat March organizers held a news conference on Wednesday to highlight the difficulties confronting the minority population and call for protest. The first minority rights march, named Pakistan’s National Minority Day, will be

Three months on, six-year-old boy who fell in sewer yet to be found

Eight-year-old Abhihan fell into a manhole while playing on May 6. Three months later, his body has not yet been found. The minor boy was playing outside his house in Block 13D of Gulshan-e-Iqbal area of Karachi when the tragedy

Meet mute Ghulam Hussain who prepares Zuljanah for Muharram procession

Across the world, the followers of Hazrat Imam Hussain (R.A.) observe Ashura Day in memory of the Karbala incident every year. On this occasion, a Pakistani youth Ghulam Hussain, who is dumb and deaf, is busy in preparations for ‘Zuljanah’

NASA invites Karachi students over their achievement

Some students associated with Islamabad have achieved the honor of participating in NASA’s Space Camp in the United States due to their deep interest in science and their efforts to gain the attention of authorities. With financial assistance from the

Mehran Town residents made homeless by land mafia demolishing houses

KARACHI: Residents of Mehran Town, located in Karachi’s Korangi have complained that the land mafia has become to occupy the land by demolishing their houses. Talking to MM News a woman said they had been living in the area from

Indian media exposed as Karachi’s old temple is safe

The propaganda by Indian media that a 150-year-old temple in Karachi was vandalized has been exposed. There were also conflicting reports that the old Shri Mari Mata Temple located in Soldier Bazaar had been razed to the ground. MM News

Poverty-stricken parents increasingly abandoning children at Edhi Center

As the country’s inflation rate rises, more and more low-income families are being forced to send their kids to the Edhi Foundation, a local orphanage in Pakistan. It is worth mentioning that Edhi Foundation being one of the principal rescue-and-aid

Meet Karachi’s blind mechanic

There is a concept of manifestation that if a person has true dedication and research, then no weakness or neediness will hinder his path. A shining example of this concept is Muhammad Rashid, a blind mechanic from Karachi. Residing in

Legal action against May 9 culprits under army act has begun: COAS

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir has said that the legal process of trial against planners, instigators, abettors and perpetrators involved in the May 9 mayhem has commenced under Pakistan Army Act and Official Secret Act as per

Do you know what are the new prices of Infinix, Tecno mobile phones in Pakistan?

Infinix Pakistan announced to reduce the retail selling prices of phone after the regulatory duty ended on the imported mobile phones. The new prices have been effective from May 03, 2023. According to reports, experts have stated that the end

Monkeypox: Here’s how this spreading virus can be prevented and treated

People should not worry about the Monkeypox virus which spreads like the coronavirus but is not as dangerous as Vovid 19. This is what Professor Dr. Shahid Rasool, Head of Jinnah Hospital Karachi claims. Dr. Shahid Rasool said that monkeypox

Karachi shopkeeper’s unique Ramadan package, selling goods without profit

KARACHI: Even today there is no dearth of people in the world who are busy serving people without any personal interest, such people are an example for our society. At a time when everyone is thinking just for own interest