Careem and Liberty Books introduce exciting Book exchange offer for Pakistani book lovers
U.S. Embassy and Islamabad Club to promote English language learning. The Reading Room will provide free access to English books, magazines
Book lovers can enjoy a discount of more than 50 percent on different books at the 8th National Book Fair
Over 100 Pakistani and international authors, academics, artists to attend Islamabad Literature Festival 2017
Book lovers in Islamabad will be treated to a literary feast with book fairs, literary festivals, conferences and cultural events in April 2016
Islamabad Literature Festival 2016 will feature around 165 authors, academics, journalists, and artists from Pakistan and abroad
A public library ‘Shehr-e-Kitab’ or City of Books has been opened at Markaz F-7, Jinnah Super Market, Islamabad.
Pakistan Academy of Letters has announced Kamal-e-Fun Award – the highest literary award in the field of literature – which has been awarded
The recent session of ‘Meet the Writer over a cup of tea’ hosted Pakistan’s renowned poet and columnist, Muhammad Izhar ul Haq.
Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) and U.S. Embassy Islamabad officials celebrate the opening of the newly remodeled Susan B. Anthony Reading Room at FJWU in Rawalpindi
Regula Bubb-Abderhalden’s book titled ‘High-life in Pakistan’ was launched in Islamabad on Monday. She has lived in Pakistan and Afghanistan from 2010 to 2014 ..
To introduce Brazilian literature in Pakistan, two classic Brazilian literary books have been translated into Urdu and English. The books that are the first ever publications of Brazilian literature translated into Urdu were launched in Islamabad
Day one of the Islamabad Literature Festival (ILF) was an eventful day that brought numerous writers and readers together to celebrate literature in all its delightful forms. Though a literary fest in reality, but there was something for all ages, including book fair and book launches, discussions, readings, poetry recitals, theater etcetra. Capital city seemed…
Islamabad – Pakistan’s treasured Wazir Khan Mosque has enchanted and inspired many by its mere magnificent look, but the latest comprehensive documentation on the Mosque is yet to charm the art lovers. The innovative book “Wazir Khan Mosque Rediscovered”, by Mamoona Khan was launched here on Friday at National Art Gallery in the presence of…
Umeed-e-Sehar ki Baat Suno Islamabad – Faiz Ahmed Faiz was remembered as the symbol of hope, heroism and constant struggle for the people of Pakistan particularly for the youth and oppressed class by the academics on Tuesday. The poetry of Faiz was depicted in the form of mime act and musical performances by the students…
Promoting a Culture of Reading in Pakistan Islamabad – Literacy is, rightly termed as ‘a bridge from misery to hope’. It is the ultimate key to open the door to progress, self learning which enhance human competencies and also help to achieve many other rights. On International Literacy Day (September 8) – a day aimed at…