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Armenia’s Warrior Queen

The roles of men and women in early medieval Armenia were primarily guided by the tenets of awrēnk, which functioned…

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Post-Partition Sindhi Literature in India: A Historical Overview

Sindhi literature has vanished into limbo of oblivion, and no excavation can give us an idea of the Sindhi literature…

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The separation of Politics and Religion

The separation of politics and religion has its roots in discourses over whether or not Pontius Pilate could be held…

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The Vani Dynasty of Dadu, Sindh: A forgotten Hindu kingdom

The Vani Dynasty is the first known sign of human civilization in the area, to the west of the Indus…

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Fatehnama-e-Sindh or the Account of Talpur Victory

Mir Hassan Ali had composed his poetry in Arabic, Persian, Urdu and Sindhi languages. There are 16 books on his…

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Remembering Rooplo Kolhi – The Freedom Fighter of Sindh

Rooplo and his other comrades were to gallows on 22 August 1859 at Gordharo Stream of Karoonjhar Mountains. On this…

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Soldiers and Sultans between Balochistan and Oman

The first modern organized army unit in Oman was entirely Baloch in composition. Baloch loyalty to Oman is no secret…

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Let There Be Wind

In 1887 James Blyth became the first person to spin electricity from air, lighting his home with a 33ft cloth-sailed…

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What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?

It is time to learn from Partition-era communal violence and radicalization before it gets out of control once again and…

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The Punjab partition: When Protectors become Perpetrators

The partition of Punjab was a tragedy that is remembered to date as it affected the lives of millions of…

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