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A tragic love story amid India-Pakistan conflict
Pakistan Today

A tragic love story amid India-Pakistan conflict

Courtesy BBC In the midst of Pakistan-India partition in 1947, many families were torn apart after the, one such tragic love story is recounted by Mohammad Javed, an Indian man who fell in love with a Pakistani girl, and suffered torture at the ... Pakistan Today, 1 month ago

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A. Hameed: Life of a Romantic

A. Hameed had earned public fame and critical acclaim with his very first story Manzil Manzil (Destinations) which was published in Adab-e-Latif, one of the premier literary magazines of the time. He had established a distinct identity for himself ...
 The Nation Pakistan5 days ago

Home's allure in time of Partition

Gurgaon: Faith and identity continue to tug at us today as maddeningly as they once did, back in those dark days of 1947, when the old order was seismically upended. 'Jis Lahore Nai Dekhya O Jamyai Nai' ('One Who Has Not Seen Lahore Has Not Been ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

George & Dragon's makeover on 'Bar Rescue'

George and Dragon got a makeover courtesy of "Bar Rescue." (Photo: ) Story Highlights The 22-year-old Phoenix pub closed for a few days in January during the taping of the show The episode is titled "How to Train the Dragon" and airs Sunday, ...
 AZCentral.com1 month ago

A timeless source of inspiration

RITWIK Ghatak is the tragic genius who is invariably remembered on special occasions like his 40th death anniversary. It gives niche audiences — academics, students of cinema and others who keep themselves updated on film history — an ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

Urdu's Greatest Novels: Mustansar Hussain Tarar is the storyteller of our time

Two lucky coincidences made Mustansar Hussain Tarar a writer who was otherwise an avid fiction reader and a travel enthusiast. In 1958, Majeed Nizami who was then Nawai Waqt correspondent in London asked Tarar to write a travelogue about his days in ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

A RAW DEAL

The book reads like a detective story with real flesh and blood characters. Srinagar, Publish Date: Mar 23 2016 11:09PM | Updated Date: Mar 23 2016 11:09PM Representational Pic Do you know Dulat, the only thing straight in Kashmir are the ...
 Greater Kashmir2 months ago

Show sensitivity towards Jammu

Rajeev Kumar Nagotra The story of Jammu and Kashmir is incontestably the most intriguing episode in the saga of the Indian sub-continent. It has soothing preludes of glory as well as the convulsive pangs of change demographic, political and ...
 Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago

Never forget: A stroll through time at Quaid-i-Azam's Mausoleum

Partic­ipants of audio walk listen to harrow­ing tales of displa­cement during World War II and partit­ion Participants of audio walk listen to harrowing tales of displacement during World War II and partition. PHOTO: ATHAR KHAN/EXPRESS ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Springtime voices: Partition led to violence

Speake­rs say Jinnah, Gandhi's vision­s of Pakist­an, India ruined by the violen­ce surrou­nding births PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: Had Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Mohandas Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhbhai Patel, Abul Kalam Azad and others ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
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