black ants
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The black ants

The black ants by, Arshi Yaseen  While I was a child, I had developed many fanciful notions. I kept peacock feathers in my books. I believed every feather would double itself. That never happened, but […]

Fences with no De-fences
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Fences with no De-fences

Fences with no De-fences by, Sumera Saleem What is called the Defence Day of Pakistan commemorates the 1965 war, or second Kashmir war. It celebrates the defence and protection of the country, which was ensured […]

Afzal Razvi the writer
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The role of British and American suffrage movements

The role of the British and American suffrage movements in achieving women’s rights  by, Afzal Razvi (Australia) Women were not allowed to cast their vote or choose their representatives in ancient Greece and Republican Rome, […]

Naseer Ahmed, the writer
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 Why Modi again

 Why Modi again by, Naseer Ahmed Modi just won by manipulating sentiments and willingness of public to be sentimentally manipulated.He used corporate dreams of social mobility and illusions of fascist revival of glorious past to […]

Naseer Ahmed, the writer
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Conscience and traces

Conscience and traces by, Naseer Ahmed Joker: Herr Gauleiter, Oh my, look at those broken white wings strewn on the surface beneath our table. Gauleiter: Oh yes, what a lovely scene.Those wonderful broken wings look […]

Naseer Ahmed, the writer
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On betrayal

On betrayal by, Naseer Ahmed Betrayal is monster with many heads, hearts and limbs. Its diversity makes it very tough to define it, but we could see one thing recurs in the diverse universe of […]