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Re-writing Pakistan’s history

January 18, 2011 admin 0

As Pervez Musharraf, the highly opinionated military dictator of yester years, is cooling his heels in the snow storms hit London, one thought is upper most in his mind. And it is how to bounce back on the centre stage at home and how to get a good epitaph ready Read more ………

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How Safe Are Pakistan’s N- Arsenal…?

January 14, 2011 admin 0

By Raj Rajneesh Recent killing of Salman Taseer, Governor of Pakistan’s Punjab province, by one of his own security guards, apparently in connivance with other guards on duty, and President Asif Zardari’s reported request to Washington that he be provided American security, have revived fears of safety of the country’s Read more ………

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Buddhism Made Easy: Book Review

January 13, 2011 admin 0

Title: INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM Author: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Pages 146; Price: Rs. 200/- New Age Books, Naraina Phase-I, New Delhi-28 Introduction to Buddhism makes fascinating reading. Author, Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, who is a fully accomplished meditation master and internationally renowned teacher of Buddhism, strongly believes that Buddhism has great relevance Read more ………

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Requiem for religious tolerance in Pakistan …?

January 4, 2011 admin 0

Pakistan’s religious extremism has claimed a liberal’s life on January 4. The assassination of Punjab governor –a self-confessed Benazir Bhutto loyalist and a former classmate of Nawaz Sharif – Salmaan Taseer in broad day light in the heart of Islamabad’s posh Koshar Market is as much a shot in the Read more ………