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Ahmedis in a Chakwal village fear for their lives

CHAKWAL: On a first visit, one only notices the calm which engulfs the sleepy village of Pichnand, located some 90 kilometres from the district capital, in Talagang tehsil. Most of its 24,000 residents earn their livelihood from agriculture and ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Our brand of disillusionment

My generation's transition from unsullied school children to experienced adults has been marred by countless anecdotes of one aspect that has remained constant; the steady evolution of religious disillusionment through erosion of logic and reason.
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

BJP in damage control mode

KOLKATA: A day after BJP president Amit Shah pushed back the poll goal-line to 2019, the party went into damage control mode, telling its workers that their first goal is to win the 2016 assembly polls At Tuesday's Maha Sampark Abhiyan in Howrah, ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Badal Monitors Progress Of Development Works Of Qadian

Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today reviewed the progress of ongoing development projects in Qadian and asked the Local Government department to prepare a project report of remainder works so as to ensure that not even a single project ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 month ago Badal reviews progress of development works in Qadian  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Escaping the Caste System

American Hindus are increasingly abandoning the traditional strictures imposed by their religion and their birth. Pandit- title for Hindu priests-Krishna Pratab Dikshit—whose devotees call Pandit-jee to show respect—is the head priest of the ...
 OnIslam.net1 month ago

Australia Slammed Over Alleged Bribe

Indonesian police have shown the money they claim Australia paid people smugglers to turn a boat with 65 people, including around 54 Sri Lankans, away from Australia and towards Indonesia. Photographs of thousands of US dollars handed over to six ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Pakistan's Widening Sectarian Divide Analysis

By Sajjad Ashraf* Sectarian killings spread wider in Pakistan on 13 May 2015 when six gunmen stopped a bus, with 57 Ismaili Shia passengers, on its way to their community centre in Karachi, and indiscriminately shot at them. The death toll was ...
 Eurasia Review2 months ago
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