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Grounded Pakistani Journalist Cyril Almeida Has Goan Roots

Jinnah believed India and Pakistan could be friends: Farahnaz ...

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 week ago
Dawn journalist has Goan roots MSN News US, 1 month ago

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Pakistan Has a Drinking Problem

By Mohammed Hanif Pakistan was recently mesmerized by a bottle of Scotch whisky. On Oct. 30, as hundreds of supporters of the opposition party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (P.T.I.) were making their way to the capital Islamabad, with the declared ...
 South Asia Monitor6 days ago Pakistan hаs a Drinking Prоblem  NewspaperPost1 week ago

Liaquat Ali Khan death anniversary tomorrow

ISLAMABAD: Nation would observe 65 death anniversary of the first Prime Minister and founding father of the country Liaquat Ali Khan on Sunday(October 16). Liaquat Ali Khan hold the office of Prime Minister for four years i.e 1947 till his ...
 Daily Times1 month ago Nation marks 65th death anniversary of Liaquat Ali Khan  PakistanKaKhudaHafiz.com1 month ago Pakistan observes Liaquat Ali Khan's 65th death anniversary  Pakistan Today1 month ago Nation observes 65th death anniversary of Liaquat Ali Khan  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Sufis In Pakistan: Missionaries, Warriors Or Statesmen? OpEd

Every Thursday in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, ha ome to the second largest Muslim population in the world, the nation witnesses celebration of its popular Sufi culture. There are gatherings at the shrine, there is music, there is dance and ...
 Eurasia Review15 hours ago

An open letter to Tarek Fatah !!

I have watched many of your speeches, lectures, talk shows and debates which you delivered at different venues. I do not know why did I listen to those lectures and allowed my blood to boil and burn. Probably, I just wanted to fathom how much poison ...
 Siasat Daily6 days ago
Eurasia Review

The saboteur and his confederacy plan

Jawaharlal Nehru was clear with his idea of India: an Undivided India which included the Provinces under British Rule and the amorphous mass of small and big Princely States, which did not desire to be part of such an idea of India. In his battle to ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 week ago Accession Of Jammu & Kashmir: Some Less Known Facts OpEd  Eurasia Review1 month ago J&K It is non-negotiable  Asian Lite1 month ago Jammu & Kashmir's accession to India: Final and non-negotiable  ProKerala.com1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Terror suspects taken to Bengaluru from Madurai

Madurai : The Melur Judicial Magistrate Court on Tuesday issued transit warrants for NIA officials to transfer the 4 terror suspects from Madurai to Bengaluru for producing them at a NIA special court there. The NIA team headed by Superintendent ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago

Future of Pakistan Depends on How it Deals With Identity, Image and Dissent

Pakistan has a long history of hounding the dissenters. The country's military establishment -and occasionally the civilian one too- has stigmatized, ostracized and persecuted those who differed with whatever was considered the state-sponsored ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago

Tortured cadet college student to be examined on Friday

A medical board constituted by the Sindh health department to assess the health of a class VIII student of the Cadet College, Larkana, who was tortured allegedly by a teacher at the institution,would now examine the boy on Friday, officials said on ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Tortured student to be examined tomorrow  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

The greats that lie six feet under

We cross a narrow cobbled stone pathway lined with lush green trees. The dense green cover shields us from the scorching October sun and soon, the noise of the speeding cars driving past at a distance fades away. Were graced by an assembly of stone ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com2 weeks ago
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