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By Hira Azhar

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By Hira Azhar

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By Hira Azhar

My sixty eight years of independence

  By Hira Azhar The evergreen verse of William Wordsworth, ‘I wandered lonely as a cloud that floats on high o’er vales and hills’ is no doubt a true depiction of me. Since my creation, I was always lonely, shy and a laid back entity. Being small in area, I was always considered a meagre […]

Karachi! Where are you?

  By Hira Azhar We are raised with the notions and sayings of a city generally referred to as the city of lights. The city where white light sparkles, where sun shines and where our noble hero Quaid e Azam is lying has now become the city where people bleed, where gunshots are heard and the […]

Naya Vs Old Pakistan

  By Hira Azhar When I was a child, I used to listen to slogans like ‘Pakistan ka matlab kia? La illaha illallah’ and and ‘lay k rahain gay Pakistan’. I often wondered why we are taught these slogans and why our parents and teachers keep on repeating them?

Mirages and Visions

  By Hira Azhar Somewhere above the rainbow; somewhere below the shadow; somewhere around the light and somewhere above the height, we see a reflection of our own called a mirage.

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By Hira Azhar

In War, no one wins

  By Hira Azhar The horrible menace and terror of war,  Shakes my being at its very core. Destruction, agony, and so much fire, Death follows all, as lives expire. WAR (World at Rebellion), as the name indicates, is the most horrible calamity which, when befell on a country or nation, leaves every single man […]

Our Media -The Greatest Advertising Agency for Terrorism

  By Hira Azhar The term ‘Terrorism’ is no longer alien to us as, following the Twin Towers attack on September 11, 2001, this beautiful world has witnessed numerous gruesome incidents of terrorism, be they massive explosions, bombings or trivial suicide attacks.