History

The Night of the Generals . . . And Later

By Syed Badrul Ahsan Fifty years ago in the month of March the Pakistan military launched an unprecedented armed assault…

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There is no great reward other than life

Chanesar….. A character having lust for power and luxury in the opera Doday Jo Moat (Part I) By Noor Ahmed…

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Colonial Myths about arrival of Muslims in Sindh

Rethinking and re-imagining Sindh’s past – especially concerning the era starting from Mohenjodaro and ending in Muhammad bin Qasim’s arrival…

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The wet eye is beyond all costs and prices

Chholi… A character in opera ‘Doday Jo Moat’ written by Shaikh Ayaz, which reflects the wisdom and inspiration By Noor…

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Partitioned Voices, Divided Tongues

What happens to a language when its land and people are partitioned? By Rita Kothari In the summer of 2014…

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Ubaidullah, the Maulana Who Saw Socialism as Guarantor of Peoples’ Welfare

Among his political initiatives were the formation of the short-lived Mahabharat Svarajia Party and Jamna Narbada Sind Sagar Party By…

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Dodo, a character of bravery, steadfastness and cultural legacy – II

The immortality of the character of Dodo lies in valuing human chastity. Shaikh Ayaz has portrayed the character of Dodo…

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History: The Original Anti-Vaxxers

When widespread vaccination was introduced there were objections – some justified, some not. By Patricia Fara Anti-vaccination protests are nothing…

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If I am Assassinated

April 4 – A darkest day of Pakistan’s history when Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the first elected Prime Minister of country…

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Silk Road Encyclopedia Published in Egypt

A research work of Egyptian author Ashraf Aboul-Yazid has been published by Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Arabic UNESCO Silk Road Program…

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