Liberty Books’ Meet the Author Program with Anjum Altaf - Sindh Courier

Liberty Books: Meet the Author Program with Anjum Altaf

The Liberty Books Karachi will go live on Facebook on Friday January 15, 2021 at 3.30p.m bringing Anjum Altaf in its program ‘Meet the Author’ for an interesting conversation on the book ‘Transgressions’, compilation of his poems inspired by Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Dr. Anjum Altaf, is the former Dean of the Lahore University of Management […]

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The Other Side of the Divide - The Book on Pakistan

The Other Side of the Divide – A Book on Pakistan

Other Side of the Divide, a book on Pakistan authored by Sameer Arshad Khatlani, is the mind-cleansing antidote that India needs – it is also a book that will help Indians understand themselves and their own country better. Pakistanis cannot consider him an alien because of his religious identity, neither can Indians lay claim to […]

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The Prison Diaries of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

The Prison Diaries of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman

The book ‘The Prison Diaries’ comprises Sheikh Mujib’s two notebooks. In the first one, he had described the environment of jails: how many kinds of ‘jails within a jail’ and prisoners were there, how convicts spent their days when imprisoned, the environment of prison hospital, quality of food and so on. Depicting the extent of […]

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Mother Earth - Mysterious Manifestation of Overwhelming Nature- Jay to Anja na Jato title - Sindh Courier

Mother Earth – Mysterious Manifestation of Overwhelming Nature

Book Review Book: ‘Jey Tau Anja Na Jato’ Author: Noor Ahmed Janjhi The primary leitmotif of these superb and enlightening essays is how to avoid the pitfalls of awful insanity, inanity and to use our god gifted facilities and faculties in the proper way by using the tools of Religion, Philosophy, Science, Mysticism, Technology and […]

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Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan

Book Review In 2020, as the US withdraws after making a deal with the Taliban and intra-Afghan negotiations are occurring on a new power-sharing arrangement which may herald a significant role for the Taliban, Dalrymple’s account of the First Anglo-Afghan War continues to hold important lessons for those of us in the region as well […]

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