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Review of the Aadhi Neend

(Naeem Baig) On a chilling winter night, far away down the hills, the freezing water stream runs silently below its surface along the pines, cedars and cypresses; and if someone there lit a fire on […]

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The Nobel Prize for Literature: Why Bob Dylan

(Written in Urdu by Khurram Sohail Translation in English by Anjabeen Shah) The name Alfred Nobel should pose no questions in the literate mind. A brilliant scientist, devoted to the cause of humanity, he was […]

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The Ultimate Deal of Success

(Usman Abid) “Believe in yourself”… it is not instruction from my side that how you can make your life better. Even I am not qualified to tell you that how to do it. But I […]

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Language speaks: reviewing, Language, Gender and Power

(Aqsa Ijaz) The first step towards breaking stereotypes is changing the way we talk about them.  Language, Gender and Power: The Politics of Representation and Hegemony in South Asia studies the role of language in […]

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Nuclear Pakistan on a slippery path

(Naeem Baig) When we walk into the pages of the history, it is amazingly revealed that most of the nations or power centers on the globe destroyed themselves in the arrogance of their unblessed reliance […]

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War and Existentialism

(Nasir Abbas Nayyar)  Rainer Maria Rilke, the great German poet writes in The Notes of Malte Laurrids Brigg (1910): ‘‘There is a creature that is completely harmless for your eyes: you scarcely notice it and […]