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The folly of mega-states that value power over happiness

Mirza Waheed's debut novel, The Collaborator , was one of the most critically acclaimed releases of 2011. His follow-up, The Book of Gold Leaves, was released recently by Penguin/Viking and is a love story set in the politically charged Kashmir of ... The Sunday Guardian, 4 days ago
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There is nothing like a 'second novel syndrome': Mirza Waheed

za Waheed. "There is nothing like a 'second novel syndrome'. There is no such pressure if your debut has been well received and an expectation the second one should be the same. Atleast not for me," Mirza told PTI in an interview. Mirza's debut book ...
 Business Standard India4 days ago
Hindustan Times

Detachment helps you stay true to the story, says Mirza Waheed

During a book reading session of The Collaborator, author Mirza Waheed's debut novel, in Srinagar, an old man asked him to stop, sobbing. For the old man, Waheed's words about Kashmir were more overwhelming than the sad reality. Waheed's fictional ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago I would have written on Kashmir even if there were 40 other novels on the subject  Tehelka2 weeks ago INTERVIEW: Mirza Waheed  DAWN Group1 month ago

Barkatullah varsity registrar accused of misbehavior

Action Council of Barkatullah University and Head of Department of Persian Language, Tahira Waheed Abbasi accused Registrar LS Solanki, of allegedly misbehaving with her in public on Friday. Tahira Abbasi informed that the incident took place she ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago
Pakistan Today

Policeman on polio duty commits suicide in Quetta

Policeman Abdul Waheed was given task of polio team's security. QUETTA (Web Desk) A policeman of Balochistan University Police Station today (Saturday) committed suicide in his room, Dunya News reported. According to police, gunshot was heard ...
 Dunya News1 week ago 'Police threats will not break resolve'  Haveeru Daily Online3 weeks ago Police at wit's end over Lagos Airport Road snarl-up  Daily Newswatch4 weeks ago Firing in Cuttack  Business Standard1 month ago
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Between choices and conflicts, Mirza Waheed's novel seeks love

By Shilpa Raina
 News Chennai Online3 weeks ago Between choices and conflicts Mirza Waheeds novel seeks love  Mumbai News.Net3 weeks ago A Miniaturist's Offerings  Open3 weeks ago
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Mumbai Mirror

Golden leaves, autumn leaves

Mirza Waheed's novel is a brush with unflinching melancholy - the desolation of Kashmir seeping into the narrative of an otherwise guiltless love story. In Mirza Waheed's second novel, The Book of Gold Leaves, (Penguin 2014) Mirza writes about the ...
 Mumbai Mirror4 weeks ago Memories of golden, melancholy fall leaves  Bangalore Mirror4 weeks ago
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Kabaddi: India's men and women ease into semis at Asian Games

Pakistan's Atif Waheed (centre) tries to catch India's players. Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters Six-time champions India notched up their third win on the trot with a 23-11 victory over arch-rivals Pakistan to top their group and storm into the semi-finals of the men's kabaddi competitions at the Asian Games in Incheon, on Tuesday.India, who have won the kabaddi gold in each edition since the sport was added in the 1990 Asian Games, seemed to be heading towards a thrashing of the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Love, leaves and Kashmir in the 1990s

Mirza Waheed The Jhelum, Srinagar, a sufi saint’s shrine and a Shia-Sunni couple’s relationship, papier-mâché all are a part of this book, which is Waheed’s second novel It was the time of anger, of despair, of heartbreak, and surprisingly, of ...
 Asian Age6 days ago
Pakistan Observer

Moot on violence against women

LAHORE - Provincial Minister for Women Development Hameeda Waheed-ud-Din and Minister for Minority Affairs Khalil Tahir Sindhu have said that the bill of violence against women would soon be presented in the Punjab Assembly. Addressing provincial ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Implementation of Women Package 2014 reviewed  Pakistan Observer1 month ago
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