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The ‘Blood-Soaked’ Afghan Quagmire

The Afghan conflict has come to a point where there is a gruesome concern for the future it stores. The United States will leave by the end of August as announced in the deal brokered by Washington bringing the warring parties, the Taliban and Afghan government on a table in a move aimed to resolve infighting and thus seeking the Taliban to ensure that the Afghan soil not to be used against the US or its allies

Pakistan And Its Journalistic ‘Woes’

Journalism has always been the passion that I shall carry till my last breathing. Was into reading newspapers when I was a kid, thanks to my father for letting me understand the current affairs in the time when children usually tend to indulge in playing sports or any recreational stuff. Before the advent of private channels, I was in the process of dissecting related developments while watching State-owned


Eid ul Adha is an event celebrated by Muslims all over the world. It honours the willingness of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) to sacrifice his son Hazrat Ismail (AS) as an act of obedience to God’s command but before Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) could sacrifice his son, Allah provided a lamb to be sacrificed instead and in remembrance of this occasion Muslims all over the world sacrifice goats, cows and camels. In the Islamic lunar

Story of Xuanzang: The monk who traversed mighty Indus

A long time ago, during the time of Emperor Xuanzong of Tang, there was a saint named Xuanzang on the quake. Xuanzang, was a Chinese Buddhist monk, scholar, traveler, and translator who traveled to India in the seventh century and described the interaction between Chinese Buddhism and Indian Buddhism during the reign of Harsha. During the journey he visited many sacred Buddhist sites in South Asia. He was

Dances continue, finding the Hareem Shah’s groom

Politics and show business are both popular sectors in Pakistan, so even a small scandal related to these two sectors becomes a big news. Some 21 years back, when a former minister of Sindh married a girl in Nazimabad, Karachi, whose mother was active in the party. She was active in the PML-N women’s wing and used to bring her young daughter with her to party programmes. The girl, who was fond of working in

PM Imran orders strict action against FIA officials for negligence over harassment complaint

PM Imran Khan has ordered strict action against FIA officials found guilty over severe negligence over repeated harassment complaints made by a woman. As per details, PM Imran Khan has reprimanded FIA over its failure to duly address multiple harassment complaints filed by a woman on Citizen Portal. The prime minister has directed DG FIA to take strict action against FIA personnel responsible for ignoring

Christian Eriksen’s Sudden Collapse

Christian Eriksen, 29 was participating in a match in the Euro 2020 tournament and suffered a near-death experience on the field. He is a midfielder for his football star for his team Denmark which was playing against Finland on that fateful day. The former Tottenham Hotspur player collapsed face-first on the pitch while running to take a throw-in for his team as no other player was in proximity. His teammates


El Clásico is a term used to describe the hotly contested rivalry between two of the biggest Spanish teams in football, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. In the beginning, El Clasico was seen as a domestic rivalry that would only take place in domestic competitions of the Spanish speaking world and primarily Spain, itself. Domestic football leagues like La Laliga, Coupa del Ray served as mouth-watering avenues to

Late Marriages Dilemma in Kashmir

The problem of an increased number of unmarried women in Indian Occupied Kashmir is intensifying. At present, about 50,000 women in the Valley have crossed the marriageable ages but are unable to get married due to various reasons. Out of these, more than 10,000 women belong to the Srinagar district alone. The main reasons for these delayed marriages include poverty, demands for dowry, desire for higher education