- Pakistan violence: Gunmen storm Quetta hospital
- Police patrol Islamic sites 'at risk' after fires
- Police clear Istanbul's Gezi Park after Erdogan warning
- Prince William: DNA Test Proves Indian Heritage
- Iran's new president hails 'victory of moderation'
- Syria conflict: Fierce battle for key town of Qusair
- Hundreds protest outside Britain's first drone base
- Facebook to crack down on anti-women hate speech after boycott
- S Sreesanth: IPL cricketer freed on bail in India
- Champions Trophy: South Africa win puts Pakistan on brink
The typical 'latka jhatkas' are incomplete without a voluptuous babe and her dangling jhumkas! But that is not the only way you can wear this beautiful piece of traditional Indian jewellery. >>
Movies can inspire fashion, especially among the impressionable youth. Many such major 'waves' of fashion trends for women can be traced back to super hit Bollywood movies. >>
Incorporating hair accessories into your wardrobe happens to be one of the best ways to define one’s personal style. Sometimes a fabulous hair accessory can make or break the outfit. >>
Eid ul Fitr is right around the corner…just days away. For Eid, choose a traditional outfit, get classy and look your best. >>
Eyes can communicate even those feelings that the lips cannot say! So, why not add some more drama and suspense to them. >>
Take a peek at the fall winter hottest trends, and prep your wardrobe for the season ahead. From classic pieces to edgy prints,let your imagination run free. >>
- Hottest nail polish trends for winter
- Step in style with trendy hats
- Couture for figures of curvy women
- Bold your summer with latest jewelry trends
- Colourful Basant harmonises people on both sides of border
- Beauty is the first step to Fashion
- Expatriates celebrate Holi
- Hand bag with style in vogue adds up to wearer’s demeanour
Forcing someone to marry against their will is to be made a criminal offence in England and Wales, it has been confirmed.Figures from the Home Office Forced Marriage Unit show 1,468 cases were recorded in 2011.
David Cameron has ordered an inquiry into whether Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi breached the ministerial code when she was accompanied by a business partner on an official visit to Pakistan.
A solidarity march was taken out by British Muslims to denounce the Woolwich incident who termed the tragedy against the Islamic teachings.
A petition submitted to the British Prime Minister Office by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and supporters demanding the government to try Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain for inciting violence on the Britain soil in Pakistan in May 12 address.