Zainab and Asifa: Living in Darker Times
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Culture

Zainab and Asifa: Living in Darker Times

ASHRAF LONE We are living in darker times and these are turning more darker with each passing day. The killing of children in conflict zones like Kashmir, Palestine, Syria, Afghanistan is continuing with no stop to these. From 2008 onwards…

Wisdom in the moment of difficulty
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Art & Literature

Wisdom in the moment of difficulty

Faizan Bashir I wasted my moment, in the process of procrastination, All of a sudden i turned out to release some sort of indication. I put my hands into the crippling stuff, All of a sudden, it turned out to be…

Mother Tongue First
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Art & Literature

Mother Tongue First

Zeeshan Rasool Khan and Eram Hamid Khan The transmission of culture from one generation to other is possible only through the language. For preserving a culture and identity, safeguarding mother language is of utmost importance. History bears witness that people…

End Of India
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Book Review

End Of India

  Bani Umar Title: End Of India Publisher:Penguin Price: Rs 200 Pages: 163 Khushwant Singh was born on February 2, 1915, in Punjab province of Pakistan and after the partition, he migrated from newly formed state to India.Khushwant Singh is…

Man and Human, How Different?
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Art & Literature

Man and Human, How Different?

Raees Ahmed Even if we're the progeny of apes or any other animal, that shouldn't be our pretence how we sometimes justify our inhumane behaviour. By saying humans are evolved from animals, which justifies their animal behaviour, is no doubt…

Adversity
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Art & Literature

Adversity

Faizan Bashir Adversity from the beginning. Inside of me, will take you to a heck of a long journey, where a few are able to bear with the whole journey. I cannot give vent to what I had suffered, with…

Dr Muhammad Qasim, The Visionary
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Art & Literature

Dr Muhammad Qasim, The Visionary

Syedah Mutahharah In the chest of the oppressor, the most perilous thorn Bearing all the adversities, never to surrender he has sworn Steadfastly, full of courage and concealing all his scars The great freedom fighter completed 25 years behind the…

Islam as The Antidote to Rape Culture
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Culture

Islam as The Antidote to Rape Culture

Raees Ahmed There is no denying the fact that women in our contemporary society find least respect and safety in every corner and institution. Men have put forth their greatest efforts and energy to harm these noble creatures. Rape and…

Geelani Sahib, The Legend
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Art & Literature

Geelani Sahib, The Legend

Syedah Mutahharah He who lives within the four walls, in a small prison called 'home' Is neither allowed to meet anyone,nor allowed to roam. He who has some right to say, yet can't speak his heart out Oh the chain…

From Democracy to Mobocracy and Secularism to Hindutva
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Politics

From Democracy to Mobocracy and Secularism to Hindutva

Ashraf Lone India’s democracy, social setup and secularism is in grave danger. And this danger has become more visible now. The pace with which Indian society is indoctrinated with the hatred of muslims, dalits and other marginal communities is increasing…

Poverty is a Prime Mover for Child Labour
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Economy

Poverty is a Prime Mover for Child Labour

Azhar ud Din Although child labour is a burning issue in the contemporary world but nobody is serious about it. It is a global phenomenon which spans numerous sectors in both developed and developing economies. The term “child labour” refers…