NEW DELHI: Pakistani author Farahnaz Ispahani on Sunday said Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the architect of Pakistan and its first President, wanted his country and India to get along and engage in trade. "Jinnah believed India and Pakistan could be ... Times of India, 1 month ago
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Violent sectarian organisations in Pakistan are shifting their territorial focus while law-enforcement agencies struggle to chase and trace their networks….writes Kamal Abdul Hameed Muharaam procession, one of the most prominent religious events ...Asian Lite, 3 days ago
Pakistan's Sindh Assembly which unanimously passed a Bill recommending jail term to perpetrators of forced conversion, may soon be struck down to please religious political parties. Minorities— Hindu, Sikh, Christians, Ahmadiyya, ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Diane Rehm thanked her listeners on Friday as she said goodbye to "The Diane Rehm Show," a staple of public radio with fans all across the country. Rehm, 80, is semi-retiring after four decades in broadcasting. Friday marked her final live ...CNN Money, 4 weeks ago Diane Rehm says farewell to The Diane Rehm Show WXOK-AM, 4 weeks ago
F.P. Report KARACHI: The eighth Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) will be held on 10, 11, and 12 February 2017 at the Beach Luxury Hotel, Karachi. KLF brings together and celebrates Pakistani and international authors writing in diverse languages.Frontier Post, 1 month ago Lists of Karachi Literature Festival Book Prizes announced Pakistan Press International, 1 month ago
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