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Paksitan: Britain's historic responsibility to the people of S...

On Thursday, the Scottish people will decide their political future, after an agreement between Westminster and Edinburgh for a referendum on succession from the union. This moment in history offers and important for the UK to also consider its ... Descrier, 16 hours ago

England & Scotland — better together

The indepe­ndence of Scotla­nd will certai­nly have implic­ations for the world and might destab­ilise severa­l countr­ies. The writer teaches history at Forman Christian College Lahore and tweets at @BangashYK On September 18, 2014 ...
 The Express Tribune1 day ago

Strict rules on Sue shamu collection

The intention is to integrate harvesting under non-wood forest products rules Mushroom: With Seu shamu (exidia), commonly called jelly mushroom, fetching better prices every year, foresters have now joined villagers in protecting the precious ...
 Kuensel Online5 days ago

Pakistan and Military coups Detats

Col J P Singh, Retd Currently Pakistan is passing through critical times of its history. When the country was making sincere efforts to strengthen itself economically, socially and democratically and wanting to improve relations with India, the ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

The Other Kashmir is the Bigger Kashmir

As a young boy, when I had my thread ceremony, I heard the priest chant the words, Namaste Sharada Devi, Kashmira Puravasini. (We bow to Sharada Devi, resident of Kashmir) Twenty years later, in 1963, when I first visited Srinagar as a public ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
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The Nation Pakistan

A saga of Indian defeat

Qambar Raza (Analysis of Indian Historians and others) In the Jammu Sialkot Sector, the Indian Army massed the largest chunk of its might i.e. 1 Corps consisting of one Armoured Division (one Armoured Brigade and one Lorried Brigade), two ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Creating a new Medina  The Hindu1 month ago

Attan - a dance sans borders

There has been a change in the gender perceptions for the Attan dance over time. As ordained in Islam, women are not permitted to dance. But in tribal areas, the religious lines are often blurred. Following the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, ...
 Friday Gurgaon1 week ago

Beyond the FCR

As our boys on the front risk their lives to dismantle the terrorists nerve centre, it is imperative to understand and address the seeds of this menace. While houses must be rebuilt and schools reopened, one area that requires immediate attention ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago
The Express Tribune

FCR: Man playing god with the people of Fata

These people, who have fought so valiantly for the freedom of Pakistan, will their freedom be so brutally snatched away from them? Will no one come to Fata's aid? PHOTO: FILE FATA is home to approximately 10 million people . These people may ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago FCR: Are the people of Fata not citizens of Pakistan?  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

The Hindu History of Afghanistan

Previous Next Use ← → keys to navigate The year 980 C.E. marks the beginning of the Muslim invasion into India proper when Sabuktagin attacked Raja Jaya Pal in Afghanistan. Afghanistan is today a Muslim country separated from India by ...
 Speaking Tree2 weeks ago
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