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Socialite Bina Ramani on partition, a Bollywood romance and a ...

BOAT TO SAFETY I lived in Karachi until I was four, when the partition of India happened. Any Sikh (in the newly formed Muslim Pakistan) was a target. My father went into hiding and through underground channels made arrangements for everyone to ... South China Morning Post, 3 weeks ago

A story of being homeless and helpless

by Somewhere along a nondescript and bumpy but scenic B road between Bandarawela and Beragala Junction in Badulla lies the abandoned Mahakanda tea factory. For 10 months, this has been home to dozens of families whose houses were destroyed by the ...
 Sunday Observer1 week ago
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Beleaguered Iraqi Christians Bulge Kurdish Cities: A First-Hand Report Of Persecution

(Before It's News) The dozens of skeletons of large multi-story buildings rising above the streets in Ankawa and Erbil, Iraq, are shockingly now home to Christians fleeing the Islamic State from the Nineveh Plain. Not long ago, construction was ...
 Before It's News1 month ago
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Revolution to ruins: The tragic fall of Bradlaugh Hall

The Bradlaugh Hall, a hallmark of the anti-colonial freedom movement in the subcontinent, is crumbling behind the district courts of Lahore. For almost half a century, the famous hall has served as the exclusive venue of notable political events in ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago

Sam Harris talks Islam, ISIS, atheism, GOP madness: We are confronting people, in dozens of countries, who despise more or less everything that we value

Earlier this month, Salon engaged in a correspondence withSam Harris about his thoughts on atheism, the Left, Islam, American foreign policy, and anti-intellectualism in political discourse. We were particularly interested in Harris's liberal ...
 Salon5 hours ago

The truth behind Karachi's Freemasons

Akhtar Balouch, also known as the Kiranchi Wala, ventures out to bring back to's readers the long forgotten heritage of Karachi. Stay tuned to this space for his weekly fascinating findings . In the not so distant past of our beloved ...
 DAWN Group14 hours ago

False Friends

Amidst the sorrow and solidarity of the mass rally in Paris in January following the Charlie Hebdo massacres, French terrorism expert Samuel Laurent sought to bring clarity to the debate on Islamic extremism. Asked by a CNN reporter about the ...
 Commonweal1 day ago

Fighters for social justice honoured with Mother Teresa Memorial Award

The Missionaries of Charity endorsed Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice honoured 10 people and organisations for selflessly serving the community. The event held at The Lalit on Sunday evening saw filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 days ago

39 Books About Households Extra Dysfunctional Than Yours

Your Submit Has Been Launched! Fabulous! Do not forget to share with your mates on Twitter and Fb. Assume your loved ones's tousled? These books are proof that it might undoubtedly be worse. ID: 7402209 1. Beloved by Toni ...
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The unspeakable crime

In traditional fiction, the woman is often the victim in need of rescuing by a heroic prince. His rescuing her from the ogre (threatened rape), Beast shying away from a terrified Beauty (chivalrous monster waiting for love to blossom), Bluebeard ...
 The Statesman3 days ago
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