The Bloody Honor
She told her three children that finally after 10 years her family accepted their love marriage.
Kill me, I’m a Shia
In Pakistan, Shia genocide is the easiest and most possible diversion that is used to mitigate the disorder.
Fakhrizadeh’s killing: unnerving test for Iran
The assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh may not much have impact on the Iranian nuclear programme, but it will certainly make it harder to salvage the deal intended to restrict it. The killing of Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh has once again fueled hostilities in the Middle East when Iran needs to restore diplomacy with the United States and … Continue reading Fakhrizadeh’s killing: unnerving test for Iran
Zahhak: The Legendary Serpent King
“But all this world is like a tale we hear - Men's evil, and their glory, disappear.” The Book of Kings
Hussain who said ‘No’: The Universalist
Hussain (Peace Be Upon Him) said, “Death with dignity is better than a life of humiliation.” Just over 50 years of the death of Muhammad (the last Prophet of Islam), the Muslim rulership was sliding into corruption under the tyrant Yazid, from the Ummayad family. Hussain (Peace Be Upon Him), the son of Ali and … Continue reading Hussain who said ‘No’: The Universalist
Children of Lesser God: Third gender in Pakistan
The word Hijra has, ironically, become a curse in Pakistan which clearly shows the cruelty and obliviousness of a society. Moreover, transgenders are often cast away by their families in Pakistan and many were forced to become either beggars or sex workers owing to lack of acceptance and social status. Part of the transgender or Hijra community, … Continue reading Children of Lesser God: Third gender in Pakistan
Qasim Suleimani: The Daesh Slayer
The commander of faithful Imam Ali said Value of a man depends upon his courage, his veracity depends upon his self-respect, and his chastity depends upon his sense of honor. General Qasim Suleimani possessed all these traits and perhaps this was the reason behind a severe propaganda campaign orchestrated by the West which he faced … Continue reading Qasim Suleimani: The Daesh Slayer
Thick skin or thick skull?
During the recent budget session, the prime minister responded to the opposition’s rant that he does not care as possess a thick skin against such propaganda but his recent failed attempts for hunting down the opposition and decimating judiciary insinuates the presence of a thick skull.
Sons of soil: 8 minutes of valor
Four terrorists armed with grenades and automatic rifles were killed by the brave police personnel within 8 minutes of valor in the compound of Karachi Stock Exchange building on June 29, 2020. Two brave cops; Constable Khalil & Constable Muhammad Rafiq of Rapid Response Force Sindh Police neutralized the terrorists. It was a peaceful day … Continue reading Sons of soil: 8 minutes of valor
Dr Frankenstein or Corona?
The entire world is fighting against corona virus while we the people of Pakistan are still trying to overwhelm the bedlam which has been widely observed in the country. The situation looks very grave as the total number of cases has reached up to 43158 with 923 deaths. So far, the only death cases media news … Continue reading Dr Frankenstein or Corona?
Sandwiched between radicals, rationalists
We the Pakistanis are dealing with a much bigger problem, it isn’t corona, it’s the communal reckless resolve, which is compelling us to drag the people towards a mass suicide. It just takes a man’s obstinacy which mars the difference between faith and cult. People of Pakistan have witnessed it quite a bit, but during … Continue reading Sandwiched between radicals, rationalists
Breach of social distancing
The government has recently decided to ease the lock down following less number of cases being reported in the country. According to the top government officials they were expecting a high number of cases which didn’t turn out to be true. AS the government eased the lock down restrictions, a couple of days ago, masses … Continue reading Breach of social distancing
Corona pandemic: Perplexing decisions of clerics
Meetings of clerics on two different occasions have announced that they will resist the imposition of further restrictions on prayer congregations, the statement came following clear instructions by the government to observe the lock down in mosques.The government has already vowed to bring clerics and all religious groups on-board before reaching a final decision on … Continue reading Corona pandemic: Perplexing decisions of clerics
Surviving the trying times of Corona
https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js Human life has always been a victim of surprises, plagues, crises, adventures, and curiosities. We faced almost everything in one form or another. Devastating waves of terrorism, violence, protests full of panic and the confused governments remained the hallmark of our wretched existence. Taking the plagues into consideration, we witnessed Dengue, SARS, Ebola and … Continue reading Surviving the trying times of Corona
A wake-up call for NH&MP
Inspector General National Highways & Motorways Police (NH&MP), Zulfiqar Cheema is reputedly one of the finest officers. Recently he came up with the idea of establishing ‘wake-up points’ for the drivers on motorways. Unfortunately, NH&MP need to wake up its operational staff more than ‘wake up points’ for the drivers. Some negligent incidents have been … Continue reading A wake-up call for NH&MP