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Google Doodle pays tribute to Pakistan’s legendary playwright Fatima Surayya Bajia

Commemorating what would’ve been his 88th birthday, Google paid tribute to Pakistan’s legendary playwright  Fatima Surayya Bajia on Saturday. As people opened the world's most famous search engine on Saturday, they were greeted with a doodle dedicated to the legendary playwright who made Pakistan proud around the world. Bajia is said to have written nearly 300 plays, focusing particularly on women, children, history and culture. Born in Indian city of Hyderabad on September 1, 1930. Bajia, along with her family,…

Google creates doodle for Pakistan’s Independence day

World's top search engine Google has created a special doodle to celebrate the 71st Independence Day of Pakistan. Pakistan is celebrating Independence D=day today with renewed resolve to work with the spirit of freedom movement to make the country an Islamic welfare state. The day will dawn with thirty-one gun salute in the federal capital Islamabad and twenty-one gun salute in the provincial headquarters.Prayers will be offered for security and progress of Pakistan and well being of the people. National flag will…

Google Doodle pays tribute to Pakistan’s legendary ghazal singer Mehdi Hassan

Commemorating what would've been his 91st birthday, Google paid tribute to Pakistan's legendary ghazal singer Mehdi Hassan on Wednesday. Known as Sultan or Shahenshah Of Ghazal, Mehdi Hassan was born on July 18, 192t in a village called "Luna" in Rajasthan, India. His father and uncle were dhrupad singers, and the young Mehdi Hassan sang dhrupad and kheyal in his first concert. The family migrated to Pakistan after Partition. He landed his first musical performance on Radio Pakistan in 1957, singing thumris. After…