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Faiz Ahmed, 70, Rohingya
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Faiz Ahmed, 70, Rohingya

we visit Myanmarese Rohingya Muslims, one of the world's largest refugee communities in search of a homeland, citizenship and dignity A Rohingya, says Faiz Ahmed, is born a refugee. Ahmed is sitting in the garage-turned-bedroom of his rented house; ... Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Rohingyas the people from nowhere Navhind Times, 1 month ago

Exclusive: Salman Rushdie speaks to Daily Mirror

World renowned author, winner of the Booker Prize and the 13th greatest English novelist according to the TIME Magazine, Salman Rushdie sits down with The for his first interview with the Sri Lankan media. Rushdie, currently a Professor and ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 week ago Salman Rushdie speaks to Daily Mirror  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 week ago person of ideas Salman Rushdie  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 week ago
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'Faiz was devastated by the aftermath of Partition'

'The original dream of people like Faiz was that Pakistan would be something different from the old India: Progressive, forward looking, democratic (if not socialist), tolerant, diverse and pluralistic.''I don't think anyone foresaw the catastrophe that Partition was to become.' IMAGE: Faiz Ahmed Faiz's biography, penned by his grandson, delves into his heart and soul. Photograph: Kind courtesy Radio Pakistan/www.radio.gov.pk   It is difficult to explain what Faiz Ahmed Faiz means to the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Indian diplomat keen to pool UN experience in serving community

Mohammed Noor Rahman Sheikh, the new Indian Consul General in Jeddah, speaks to Saudi Gazette. — SG photo Hassan Cheruppa Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Mohammed Noor Rahman Sheikh, who took over recently as the new Indian consul general, said he ...
 Saudi Gazette4 weeks ago

Pakistan's Black Day

coup, leading to 11 years of martial law. July 5 is a Black Day (not necessarily the only one) in Pakistan's political and constitutional history. Exactly 39 years ago on this day in 1977, General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq, then Chief of Army Staff ...
 Offnews.info1 week ago

Doyens of Ink Street

From Urdu Bazar to Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, the Capital's print media has come a long way Before Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg earned the sobriquet of Ink Street, it was Urdu Bazar in the Jama Masjid area that enjoyed that status as it existed since ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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Gulzar's love for all things Bengali

Translating Tagore is only an extension of Gulzar's love for Bengali poems, letters and people Mention Gulzar and what comes to mind even before his baritone, poems and the melodious songs, is the image of his signature crisp white shirt and ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Across cultures and styles

Chaar Yaar manages to blend poetry and music to create a versatile style that includes influences from Bulleh Shah and even John Lennon Sufi singer Madan Gopal Singh's words are measured, reflecting a blend of warmth, depth, knowledge and ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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Attack on Rajan is BJP's last refuge of patriotism

The only thing necessary for the triumph of Subramanian Swamy over Raghuram Rajan was that the prime minister do nothing. For reasons rooted in the Narendra Modi school of political convenience, the PM decided to speak up only after Subramanian ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago Subramanian Swamy's attack on Raghuram Rajan is based on BJP's last refuge of patriotism  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
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'If he moved to India, he could never return to Pakistan'

'The biggest advantage for India was its seasoned and experienced political leadership who had spent decades struggling against the Raj and had spent years behind bars.'Not a single prominent leader of the Muslim League spent one day in jail.''Gandhiji, Nehru and Sardar Patel were intelligent, shrewd men with their hands on the popular pulse.' IMAGE: Faiz Ahmed Faiz's later years were marked by constant police surveillance and arrests, none of which affected his poetry. Photograph: Kind ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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