Category Archives: From The News Paper

Informatics Exclusive: From Karachi Pakistan to the Hollywood California – Sharmeen Chinoy

I don’t know what Sharmeen obaid-chinoy  wanted to be when she was a  10-year-old girl growing up in the Karachi, but she ended up  as a journalist  and bloody good she is at it too – Sam Wollaston, The Guardian, March … Continue reading

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The Philosophy of Chicken Soup for the Lonely Soul – Why Comfort Food Works?

My strongest memories of comfort from my childhood and adolescence are associated with my grandmother and her kitchen. Article By Jason G. Goldman   My grandmother was born in Sobrance, in what was then called Czechoslovakia on November 5, 1930. She grew … Continue reading

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Article: Disability is not a Curse.

December 3 was observed as the International Disability Day. Wheel Chair is not a curse and it shouldn’t be taken as a disgrace to Life.  Article By Kashif Qureshi It was just another day at work. I was enjoying my coffee and looking … Continue reading

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Speak now or there will never be Peace

A Clear Perception of the Editor/Reporter Mahnoor Sherazee. In Pakistan it takes a great deal of commitment and training to not have a black or white opinion on any given issue on any given day.Some call me naive but I … Continue reading

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A Positive Pakistani: On the Call of Duty – Dr Junaid Razzak

The Aga Khan University graduate and a faculty member, willing to do something for his Nation. Article By: Mahnoor Sherazee Think of an ambulance and the first image that comes to mind is a white Suzuki Bolan painted with a red cross. … Continue reading

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A great honour: Swati girl nominated for international peace prize

Malala Yousufzai, 13, beat 93 contestants from 42 countries to be nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize 2011. The class 8 student became the first Pakistani to be nominated for the prize, and if selected, she will be given … Continue reading

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Tea & Apathy

*Size: 1300 x 600, Kindly Click on the Image for Zoom In View. Courtesy: Dawn, Pakistan – Sunday May 16, 2010

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Enter the Persian Sufi

By Anwar Moora The calligraphy, in fact, has a beauty all its own and could easily form the subject of another exhibition. At times the words appear in the form of a halo around a head, giving the holy one … Continue reading

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Remember: Candle in the Wind – The Late Nazia Hasan

*Size: 700 x 1200, Kindly Click on the Image for Zoom In View. Courtesy: Dawn, Pakistan – Sunday April 25, 2010

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Enchanting Odyssey: An Art Exhibition by Henri Souffey at Karachi, Pakistan

*Size: 1200 x 1000, Kindly Click on the Image for Zoom In View. Courtesy: Dawn, Pakistan – Sunday April 18, 2010

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Importance of Vegetables for Our Body…

*Size: 800 x 900, Kindly Click on the Image for Zoom In View. Courtesy: Dawn, Pakistan – Sunday April 18, 2010

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Parent/Teacher Humiliation and Young Minds

By Sher Alam Shinwari PUBLIC humiliation has a serious impact on children’s personalities. There have been far too many cases of children being humiliated or tortured by their teachers under the pretext of noncompliance of orders. The action has serious … Continue reading

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Article: Child’s Play By Marjorie Husain – The Art of Young Artists

Child’s Play By Marjorie Husain – The Art of Young Artists *Size: 1148 x 849, Kindly Click on the Image for Zoom In View. Courtesy: Dawn, Pakistan – Sunday April 11, 2010

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Dr. Allama Iqbal’s Shikwa, Jawab-e-Shikwa from the view of Rahat Kazmi

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Celebrating Naqsh

by Marjorie Husai U sing oils as media in his latest work, Jamil Naqsh manipulates the media to magnificent effect, creating sub tle gradations of layer upon layer. The sensual reverberations that articulate the richness of the work pays tribute … Continue reading

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From The NewsPaper: The Vagaries of Climate Change By B. Khan

*Size: 857 x 689, Kindly Click on the Image for Zoom In View Courtesy: Dawn, Pakistan – Sunday March 21, 2010

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