July 20, 2021

Rockets land near Afghanistan president house during Eid prayers

What happened: At least three rockets hit near the presidential palace shortly before Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was to give an address to mark the Muslim holiday of Eid-al-Adha. There were no injuries, and the rockets landed outside the heavily fortified palace grounds. Details: The rocket flew past heavily fortified Green Zone that houses the […]

July 1, 2021

These makeup artists in Lahore should be your go tos if your eyeliner wings rarely match

The truth is we all love makeup but not everyone is good at it. This is a safe space you can finally come out and accept your makeup skills are terrible. You apply liner with shaky hands and god, your wings never match, every time you put on mascara it ends up being all over […]

June 29, 2021

The Cantonment Board has started mandatory registration of pet dogs in Karachi

What happened: CBC has notified that under section 119 and the Cantonment Act 1924 pet owners must register their dogs. The form is available for Rs 250, while the registration fee is Rs 2,000 per dog. Details: This decision was taken after a man was severely attacked by a pair of pet dogs. The form […]

June 22, 2021

9 sunscreens with SPF 40 and above that will protect your skin from sun damage

If you have space for just one product in your skincare bag, fill it with a tube of your favourite sunscreen. No matter what the forecast is, as long as the sun shines your skin needs protection from its harmful rays. Using the right kind of SPF can rescue your skin from most problems including […]

June 10, 2021

Firdous Ashiq Awan and Mandokhel’s heated exchange goes viral

What happened: Special assistant to the Punjab Chief Minister Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan went viral on social media because of her physical altercation with PPP MNA Qadir Khan Mandokhel. The incident took place on an Express-News talk show, Kal Tak, hosted by Javed Chaudhry. The video shows Awan grabbing Mandokhel ’s neck and then slapping him as […]

June 10, 2021

Peaceful protest turns violent in Bahria town Karachi

What happened?: On Sunday a different kind of violence took place in the gated community of Bahria. The Sindh Action Committee (SAC) organised a peaceful protest on the outskirts of Karachi. However, reports state that a mob broke away from the protestors and pushed their way inside. They set fire to two international food franchises, […]

June 10, 2021

ANP claims Mosques in Peshawar are collecting donations for Afghan Taliban

What happened: Consolidating support on a condolence reference in Bacha Khan Markaz, the provincial president of Awami National Party (ANP) Aimal Wali Khan disclosed that donations were being collected by mosques in support of the Afghan Taliban. He urged the government to take swift actions to end the practice and stated that those who advocate in […]

June 10, 2021

Rise in power outages in Lahore amid high temperatures

What happened: Dwellers in certain parts of the city had to put up with power outages amidst the scorching temperatures caused by a nationwide heatwave. On Wednesday the total demand of the Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) touched 4500 MW and suffered a more than 800 MW shortfall out of their 3,700 MW supply. To […]

June 10, 2021

Aged Lion at Karachi Zoo dies after a heart attack

What happened: The lion at the Karachi Zoological Garden died after suffering from a heart attack, the post-mortem report showed that the Asiatic lion had the presence of a large amount of fat in the arteries which caused heart failure. The feline was one of the two lions that were illegally brought to Karachi in […]

June 10, 2021

Police officers protecting polio team shot dead in Mardan

What happened: Two police constables Shakir and Syed Raza were shot and killed by unidentified assailants on Wednesday. They were assigned to protect a team of polio vaccination workers in the Mardan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. According to the DPO, both policemen died on the spot and were shifted to the Mardan District Headquarters hospital for […]

June 10, 2021

Spread of deeply disturbing posts and videos celebrating the London terrorist attacker

Background: A man was accused of mowing down five members of the same family with a black pickup truck in London, Ontario on Sunday. He ended up killing four and seriously injuring a 9-year-old boy. Motivated by religious hatred the devastating event has highlighted how desensitised Canadians are to the vulnerability of Muslims. What happened: […]

June 9, 2021

Experts call for enforcing maritime law for blue economic revolution

Policy experts and marine scientists at a webinar titled The Ocean: Life, Livelihood and Sustainability – Opportunities and Challenges for Pakistan, expressed how important development of human and natural resources in the maritime sector was for a blue economic revolution in Pakistan. The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) is set to to take the lead […]

May 14, 2021

4 Men in Egypt Allegedly Raped an 18 year old Girl but The Government is Letting Them Free

The Egyptian Government have ordered the release of four men accused in the 2014 rape case of a teen girl in Cairo.

April 21, 2021

No intention of unbanning TLP, says PM Imran Khan

Statement: Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Tuesday morning that the government had no intention of unbanning the TLP. This statement is followed up hours after the banned party called off its nationwide protests after the government agreed to discuss a resolution in parliament on expelling the French Ambassador. The PM said that the only […]

February 22, 2021

These 4 desi mum’s have taken over the online Instagram food market by the storm

These mums make households smell amazing and are constantly baking, kneading, whipping, blending, stewing and roasting. Their neighbors, family, and friends all love tasting their latest creations. And so they decided to make profits from their efforts. Meet 5 amazing Mum’s who are fully prepared for your Emergency SOS alert 1) Erum’s Kitchen: Revamp your dining […]

February 22, 2021

Make a bold statement with these 5 unique accessories

Accessories we own are a form of expression that reflects our personality. But what if the boring items we own don’t match your personality? If you’re sick of the usual, boring wearable accessories and want to jazz up your collection, all whilst supporting small local businesses, then we’ve put together the perfect list of creatives […]

February 2, 2021

Rastah is a Pakistani streetwear label that works to celebrate Pakistani culture in a sustainable way. Recently the brand is set to launch a new collection, ‘INTERMISSION III’ which aims to counter censorship with fashion. The collection ranges from the artistically-printed bomber and denim jackets to block-printed sweatpants. However, many on Twitter have criticized the […]

January 28, 2021

Indian Muslim comedian jailed for jokes he was ‘going to’ make

What Happened Muslim comedian Munawar Faruqui is being charged under Section 295A of India’s penal code, which prohibits “deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs.” Faruqui was arrested after a group of Hindu nationalists called Hind Rakshak Sangathan rushed his show at the Monroe […]

December 24, 2020

On Being a Pakistani Activist (and a Woman)

Disclaimer: The views and opinions represented in this article belong to the author alone and do not reflect the views and opinions of ProperGaanda. If you would like to submit your articles to ProperGaanda, email us info@propergaanda.com. I remember the first time I received a threat. It was in 7th grade when a boy, whose […]

December 7, 2020

4 Products to buy to completely revamp your room

If you’re tired of staring at your blank walls, boring overhead lighting and living in a room that doesn’t go well with your personality or if you’re just looking to revamp your room and spice things up a bit now that it has literally become your permanent habitat because of the pandemic. Here are some […]

December 5, 2020

These 3 underrated photographers from Islamabad have really impressive feeds

If you are a photographer, you know how hard it is to make an impressive portfolio, from getting the right equipment to building a strong clientele. Photography requires a lot of effort and commitment especially when the industry itself is highly competitive and it is hard to monetize your work. In this day and age, […]

December 4, 2020

5 Handmade Jewellery stores you need to check out!

No outfit is complete without jewellery on. Jewellery has now become a form of self-expression, and it’s always convenient to find a piece that goes perfectly with your outfit and your mood so you can make a statement. It adds just the right amount of detail and exaggerates the look you’re trying to go for. […]

December 4, 2020

Mirror Mirror on the wall, or on an iPhone?

For all those out there who love the disco aesthetic, are in a need of a portable mirror or simply love the extra bling, we have a hack you could make a use of. What you need to get are a few different types of sand paper and some chemical compounds which will help you […]

December 4, 2020

PEMRA sends show-cause notice to all private channels airing Ishaq Dar’s interview

what happened : Few days ago, the Ex- Finance Minister Ishaq Dar appeared on the international talk show “Hardtalk” where he addressed several issues including, the National Accountability Bureau, his return to Pakistan , the 2018 general elections and former premier Nawaz Sharif’s allegations against the army. His interview went viral and was aired on […]

November 12, 2020

Pakistan’s Gaudiest weddings: setting a new standard of flamboyance

The FBR recently sent notice to the Director of Master Tiles asking him to explain his source of income after he reportedly spent millions on his daughter’s wedding. This along with the pictures from that wedding set social media ablaze, with everyone debating which Pakistani wedding is the most garish and ostentatious. So, in order […]

October 28, 2020

13 year old christian girl forcibly converted and married to a 44 year old, video of her distressed mother sparks outrage

Today was the first hearing, in the Sindh High Court, of the case of Arzoo Masih. A 13 year old christian girl, whose parents state that she was kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam and then married against her will to 44 year old, Ali Azhar.  According to the FIR, Arzoo’s father, Raja Lal […]

October 16, 2020

Jamia Farooqia Clerk Maulana Dr. Adil Khan’s murder sparks protests

Background: In the beginning of this month, Dr. Adil Khan,a clerk of Jamia Farooqia Karachi, was murdered by unidentifiedassaulters.  According to police reports anonymous riders shot fire on Dr.Adil’s car while he was near a shopping center in Shah Faisal Colony.   What now: Yesterday, the Karachi Ulema Committee called forprotests across the nation. Protesters […]

September 25, 2020

Man kills daughter-in-law in the name of honour

On Thursday, in a village near Sehwan, Jamshoro district, a woman was shot dead by her father-in-law for honour. Sehwan SHO Muhammad Ali Khaskheli said Gulsher Channa killed his 24-years-old daughter-in-law Faiza because he suspected her of having an extramarital affair with a man. The man reportedly escaped from the village to save his life. […]

September 24, 2020

Former Australian batsman Dean Jones passes away in Mumbai

Former Australian batsman and coach of the Karachi Kings, Dean Jones, who was 59 years old, passed away in Mumbai after a heart attack. , according to Indian news media. In a statement, star news confirmed that “It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing away of Mr. Dean Mervyn […]

September 24, 2020

PM to address key UN panel on financial accountability, transparency, and Integrity via video link today

According to the Prime Minister’s Office, Prime Minister Imran Khan will virtually address a high-level panel of the United Nations on International Financial Accountability, Transparency, and Integrity, today.  The event is being organized to present the panel’s interim report, which recognizes the significant gaps in implementation and the systemic shortcomings of the existing international frameworks […]

August 31, 2020

5 easy ways you can fight climate change

The recent floods across the country have shown just how deadly climate change has become. Although Pakistan has proven its commitment against climate change, and recently met its target a decade before the UN’s deadline, there is still plenty of room for improvement, especially on the civilian end. Here are just 5 very easy ways […]

August 30, 2020

What is the message of Karbala?

The tragedy of Karbala is more than just an event to be mourned. Everything that happened during it has fundamental messages and lessons for not just Shias, not just Muslims but all of humanity. Imam Hussain’s actions remind mankind of the need to remain steadfast and stalwart when faced with opposition. Imam Hussain was well […]

August 29, 2020

It’s time Pakistan takes climate change seriously

Consistent annual heatwaves, rampant air pollution and melting glaciers have not been able to convince Pakistan to adequately address climate change. This year’s flooding across the entire country, and especially in Sindh, must convince the nation that it is time Pakistan takes and addresses climate change seriously. Until this point, most Pakistanis have heard of […]

August 28, 2020

How will the coronavirus affect this year’s Ashura?

The coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the entire world and, although it seems like the pandemic is over, health experts warn that taking it easy is a choice that may prove fatal. Even back in May, Pakistan forbid Youm-e-Ali processions out of fears that it might exacerbate the coronavirus pandemic. This year, therefore, although there will […]

August 28, 2020

Sunni vs Shia: How religious differences led to a global conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran

The rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran has entrapped far more than just the two countries themselves. The two sides have waged proxy wars throughout the Middle-East and helped exacerbate some of the world’s worst humanitarian crises, including Yemen and Syria. And yet, beyond the economic, political and strategic reasoning behind these moves, at the […]

August 28, 2020

Imambargahs, security agencies and brave Karachiites applauded for standing together amid crisis

As Karachi faces a flooding disaster on an unprecedented scale, there are numerous tales of tragedy and suffering across the city, with countless citizens complaining of water invading and ruining their homes, power outages, traffic issues and injuries and deaths. However, at the same time, numerous institutions and citizens have taken initiatives against the flooding […]

August 27, 2020

This 40-year-old convicted murderer taught himself math in prison and just solved an ancient mathematical problem

In a stunning story, 40-year-old Christopher Havens from the United States, a murder-convict serving his 25-year sentence, taught himself mathematics in prison and grew skilled enough that he solved an ancient mathematical problem that has stumped mathematicians as old and ancient as the Greek mathematician Euclid. Havens discovered a passion for math while in prison […]

August 26, 2020

Researchers just created the fastest ever internet connection – it can download everything on Netflix in just 1 second

A team of researchers from University College London (UCL) have developed the fastest ever internet connection in history. With a data transmission speed of 178 terabits per second, it can download the entirety of Netflix’s library in just one second. The speed, double the capacity of any system currently in use and 1/5th faster than […]

August 25, 2020

Is the tragedy of Karbala a life-lesson only for Shias?

For centuries, Shia Muslims have commemorated the tragedy of Karbala in the month of Muharram, mourning the massacre of the Prophet’s (pbuh) grandson, Imam Hussain. Shias spend the month mourning the betrayal of Hussain at the hands of the people he thought would support him, and the subsequent brutal murder of the Imam and his […]

August 24, 2020

Money talks, and that’s all your nation really cares about

The citizens of any given country always want to believe they are in the right and that their country will always speak up against oppression and suffering. But, a handful of observations make it abundantly clear that the vast majority, if not all, of countries care not about morality or justice, but about money and […]

August 24, 2020

This website allows you to track 416 different sharks, whales and sea turtles via GPS: An invasion of priva-sea?

Technology led man to split the atom and touch-down on the moon and now it has allowed man to track the whereabouts of unknowing sea creatures in the middle of the ocean. A website by the name of ocearch.org allows anyone to locate the whereabouts of 416 different sea creatures such as sharks, whales and […]

August 22, 2020

This youth-led initiative is giving young musicians a platform to grow and develop

The musical industry of Pakistan is an enigma. On one hand, there are massive companies and corporations such as Coke Studio and ARY Musik are indisputably doing a decent job in reviving the musical industry and promoting young musicians wishing to make a name for themselves. However, on the other hand, there is very little […]

August 21, 2020

This Sahiwal-based artist is making GTA-inspired art for Pakistani politicians

An avid video-gamer, Waqas Mansoor, better known as @therustyart on Instagram, has recently been experimenting with GTA-inspired art with Pakistani politicians and international TV show actors. Team ProperGaanda reached out to him to better understand his motivations and aspirations as an artist. As a freelancing graphic designer hailing from the Punjab city of Sahiwal, Mansoor […]

August 20, 2020

How did Pakistan outperform America and India against the coronavirus pandemic?

Somehow a small country in South Asia managed to outperform both the beacon of civilization in the West as well as the world’s largest democracy in terms of the coronavirus. While the United States of America sits as the world’s worst-hit country, with 5.5 million coronavirus cases, and India isn’t too far behind as the […]

June 11, 2020

Gay Pride and black activists team up in the United States for Pride Month celebrations

Virtual gatherings of Gay Pride groups are adding to the voices of black activists amid the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States. What Gay Pride groups are taking a stand? Sarah Kate Ellis, CEO of LGBTQ group GLAAD, explained that Pride originated as a “riot that was led by two women of color […]

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June 10, 2020

13 more bodies recovered from Lyari building collapse

The death toll of people killed in the Lyari building collapse on Tuesday has reached up to 19 people, with many more injured. Rescue workers have pulled 13 more bodies from the rubble, and state that there might still be more people trapped under the rubble, and are continuing their operation in full force. “Total […]

June 8, 2020

New Zealand lifts restrictions after declaring itself Coronavirus-free

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that New Zealand is to lift all coronavirus restrictions, with the exception of border control, after the country’s health officials declared there were no known and active cases of the virus in the country. The Prime Minister added that she “did a little dance” when she heard the news.  How […]

June 5, 2020

Ethiopia aims to plant 5 billion trees this year

Ethiopia has announced that it plans to consolidate the government’s Green Legacy initiative, which initially began in 2019, and embark on a plantation project aimed at 5 billion trees. An official statement on social media said that preparations for the availability of the required number of seedlings have been underway since the end of the […]

March 6, 2020

Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar says he will not work with Geo for ‘rest of his life’

Yesterday, geo suspended four drama contracts and one film contract with Khalil ur Rehman Qamar and said that the suspension will only lift if Khalil ur Rehman publicly apologizes for abusing on live television. The announcement was made on twitter yesterday, it also mentioned that they do not mind criticism but abusive and indecent language […]

February 28, 2020

Guy sets up a dog-walking group for men to talk about depression

Rob Osman from Bristol in the United Kingdom has dealt with depression and anxiety for a really long time. But throughout the difficult times, there was always one thing that helped – walking his dog. Osman then decided to help other men to openly talk about their depression and anxiety. “I lost my dad in […]

February 27, 2020

Stanford comes to Pakistan for International Math contest

Yes, you read it right the renowned Stanford University is finally coming to Pakistan through their annual Spirit of Math contest that is focused on enhancing the mathematical skills of the students along with challenging the teachers to explore new parts of their experiences. They have been in works on the mathematical development of Pakistani […]

February 6, 2020

Lahore Biennale showcases Pakistan’s vibrant art and culture

From its cultural zenith in the days of Akbar, Lahore has remained a major center of knowledge and creativity in South Asia. As a free-spirited city that was home to the Mayo School — among other great institutions of knowledge — Lahore fed the imaginations of artists, poets, and writers, from B.C. Sanyal, Amrita Shergil, […]

January 28, 2020

BJP MP: Shaheen Bagh protesters will rape, kill your daughters unless BJP is voted to power

The BJP on Tuesday continued to attack the protests in New Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh. BJP MP Parvesh Verma said that if Shaheen Bagh continued, it will become a Kashmir-like situation in Delhi and “they’ll” enter homes and rape “sisters and daughters” unless BJP was voted to power.  Verma upped the ante against the protesters, giving the protests […]

December 31, 2019

Lush Coffee Shops in Canada

Coffee has always been an important drink for the people of Canada- this year the coffee extravaganza has gone beyond that and created some evergreen coffee shops. The coffee shops are there to create intimate spaces for those who want to get away from the dry and dreary weather in Canada. They create a warm […]

December 29, 2019

The systemic silencing of public sector students in Pakistan

The on going debate on students solidarity march expresses the crucial need for students to have some form of student representation on campuses-a need that cannot be ignored any longer. Pakistani students maintain that restoration of student unions will allow them more autonomy Among other issues highlighted by the Student Solidarity march held on the […]

December 27, 2019

12 years to Benazir’s death anniversary; who killed her?

27- December, marks the death anniversary of our former Prime minister and Pakistan’s first lady PM , Benazir Bhutto. It is unfortunate enough to say that it has been twelve years and we still have not found out who was behind her death? She returned to Pakistan after eight years of exile when Musharraf had […]

December 6, 2019

Indian Police Shoot Four Suspected In Raping And Killing A Vet

Indian police in Hydrabad have shot dead four men suspected in the rape and murder of a vet in the region. Last week, the alleged rapists were arrested as they were suspected of a gang rape in the region which caused massive public outrage. The police escorted the alleged rapists to the crime scene early […]

November 19, 2019

PM Imran Khan mocks Bilawal Bhutto, ‘when it rains, there is water’

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday mocked his political rival, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari during the inauguration ceremony of the Havelian-Manshera Motorway. Keep up to date with more news at ProperGaanda: Nawaz Sharif to depart for London today via air ambulance

November 15, 2019

22 Killed Including Women And Children By Lightning Strikes In Thar

At least 22 civilians died from heavy rainfall and lightning strikes in Thar over 24 hours, not including dozens of animals as well. According to sources, many civilians with injuries have been shifted to different hospitals. On Thursday, district officials issued an emergency notification across the Tharparkar district, cancelling leaves of employees in all departments. […]

November 12, 2019

A Foodie’s Review Of Lahore Eat

This Saturday, I went to Lahore Eat in anticipation of a food-filled evening, and came back with a full stomach and lots of opinions. The food festival took place over the weekend and lasted three whole days, but honestly I didn’t even know it was happening until Friday rolled around. Which was strange, because it’s […]

November 12, 2019

Why We Need To Save The Karoonjhar Mountains

The Karoonjhar mountains are the only mountainous range of the Thar desert. Full of rich land and historical monuments, the region holds symbolic significance to the locals. Recently, it was revealed that increased mining is threatening the livelihood of the the hills. Karoonjhar is the only hill and mountainous range situated in Sindh. The term […]

October 9, 2019

How Exactly Does the Canadian Electoral Government Work?

If you’re living in Canada and wondering how exactly the government works, here’s a step by step guide to everything you need to know so you’re politically informed this Election Cycle. The Canadian Government operates by electing members for the House of Commons which is a component of the Parliament along with the Sovereign and […]

September 19, 2019

PM Imran visits Saudi Arabia in hopes to improve bilateral ties

Prime Minister Imran Khan has left for a two day visit to Saudi Arabia before his visit to New York to attend the UN General Assembly session. The PM intends to take up increasingly pressing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir with the Saudi leadership, particularly the impact of Indian military in the Himalayan region and […]

September 19, 2019

Second Suicide Bombing Over 24 Hours In Afghanistan Kills At Least 20

A powerful truck bomb went off near a hospital in Southern Afghanistan this morning, killing around 20 civilians and wounding 95 others. The Taliban have taken accountability for the attack in Qalat, the capital of the southern Zabul province. They have issued a statement saying the target was a nearby government intelligence building, however it […]

July 23, 2019

PG Reviews Satiric Magazine ” The Dependent” | ProperGaanda

Team PG returns with PG reviews stuff by reviewing the satiric magazine ‘The Dependent’ & asking people that is it actually funny?

July 22, 2019

Hundreds of “friendly” robots that speak multiple languages and sing are being rolled out across hi-tech Singapore

Four of the robots, which have oval-shaped heads with lights for eyes, have already got down to work and it is hoped that 300 will be put into service by March next year. They scrub, mop, vacuum and sweep autonomously, and can entertain by rapping in English. The machines ‘speak’ all four of the city-state’s […]

June 15, 2019

6 Epic Battles To Look Forward To During The India Pakistan Showdown Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the day, the big show down between Pakistan and India! No matter who comes out on top, we can expect a high stress match with even higher stakes. Here are six clashes we can expect tomorrow: Mohammad Amir vs Rohit Sharma This rivalry is synonymous with Pakistan vs India ever since Muhammad Amir […]

June 9, 2019

Man Behind Chinese Consulate Attack Apprehended in UAE

April 26, 2019

How Do You Define Harassment?

We spoke to a few people and asked them what #harassment means to them. How do YOU classify harassment?! Do you think sex ed, sexual harassment, body safety and consent should be taught at schools?

April 26, 2019

A Man Saving Cat Life

How far are you willing to go for your #cat?! Tag a friend who loves his cat this much!

April 21, 2019

What You Need To Know About Allama Iqbal In 60 Seconds

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April 13, 2019

Will Daenerys Targaryen Sit On The Iron Throne?

Daenerys Targaryen has had quite the journey in the past seven seasons of Game of Thrones; Emilia Clark’s character went from being Viserys Targaryen’s meek younger sister to the Mother of Dragons and is currently a viable candidate for sitting on the much coveted Iron Throne. That is, if she isn’t prematurely taken out of […]

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April 5, 2019

7UP Foodies Festival Is Not Coming Slow!

As summers approach Lahore is once again doing the most Lahori thing ever, another food festival! But hey we don’t mind it, because: A) the entertainment starved Lahoris finally have something to do B) who the hell minds food festivals bro! So the event had a lot of cool things planned for foodies like fireworks […]

March 29, 2019

China Shaken by Blast in Chemical Plant | ProperGaanda

A deadly explosion in a chemical plant in #China has left more than 600 injured.

March 18, 2019

Video| The Great Mughals | The Battle of Jehangir

In this episode of the infotonic series on the MughalEmpire we take a look at Jehangir‘s battle of getting to and regaining the throne.

February 14, 2019

Shehzil Malik And Artists From All Over the World Are Reimagining Valentine’s Day

These visual artists want you to focus your attention on healthy relationships, self-care, and gender equality on the most romantic day of the year. What do we talk about when we talk about love? Often, that is the wrong question to ask. It’s equally, if not more, important to ask the reverse—what do we not […]

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January 20, 2019

Another Cold Blood Tragedy Rattles Pakistan-Sahiwal Massacre

Here is what PM Imran Khan had to say: Journalists, Politicians and Celebrities expressed deep sorrow following the tragedy:

April 24, 2018

3 Concerns of Muslims Upon Hearing of the Toronto Van Attack

Yesterday, 10 people died and 13 people were injured in a harrowing van attack in Toronto. A white van rammed through pedestrians along a 4km stretch at a busy intersection in North York, Toronto. The attack bearing similarities to several other vehicle attacks including NewYork and Charlottesville raised several concerns for minorities in Canada and […]

April 3, 2018

3 Things to Be Mindful of During “Punish a Muslim Day”

It is the 3rd of April today-a date that should have very little significance in the daily scheme of things. Yet, today, Muslims across Europe and North America fear for their security and lives as some people prepare to celebrate the harrowing “Punish a Muslim Day”. For those who don’t know, more than a month […]

April 2, 2018

Why Cultural Exchanges Are Important

As cliché as it sounds, today we live in a global village where virtual connection from anyone living in any part of the world can be made in seconds. Yet, today’s world is more xenophobic than ever before. Today’s modern people believe in more stereotypes regarding other nations than what one would expect. Today we […]

February 16, 2018

Daily Digestible News – February 16, 2018

Today’s news in digestible bullets; US, allies pushing to place Pakistan on terror-financing watchlist: report, Pakistan Army destroys Indian post in retaliation to cross-border firing, killing 5: ISPR, Any difference between language used by Imran Khan and the chief justice?: Nawaz, Pakistan army contingent to be posted in Saudi Arabia on ‘ raining and advisory mission’, ATC reserves judgement in Zainab murder […]

February 14, 2018

Diaspora Diaries: Pakistan ki Waapsi

My friends have been asking about my visit to Pakistan this past summer. I have been struggling to come up with a concise answer that is both close to reality and true to my heart. What was it like, landing in 39 degrees celsius Lahori heat, after ten springs and ten winters in the Great White […]

January 20, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 20, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: The US urges Pakistan to prosecute Hafiz Saeed, new CCTV footage released in Zainab’s rape and murder case, tourist-friendly countries now being allowed on arrival Pakistani visas, and more!  The US urges Pakistan to prosecute Hafiz Saeed “to the fullest extent of the law” Man arrested in Kattarian for allegedly repeatedly […]

January 19, 2018

Daily Digestible News- January 19, 2018

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: NA condemns Sheikh Rashid and PTI for cursing parliament, a teenage boy shot dead in family monetary dispute, India successfully test fires nuclear-capable missile, and more!  NA condemns Sheikh Rashid and PTI for openly cursing parliament at Lahore rally Committee investigates killing of Naqeebullah who was allegedly shot in a “staged […]

January 17, 2018

9 Things Pakistanis Would Not Dare Do Abroad

There is something about foreign (read: “western”) air that makes Pakistanis follow all the tiny inconvenient rules with enthusiasm. These range from forming proper queues to obeying traffic rules and regulations. Such tiny ‘inconveniences’, however, become a heavy burden as we break the very same laws in our own country. Here is a list of […]

December 27, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 27, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Foreign Office’s clarification regarding confiscation of Indian spy’s wife’s shoes, Foreign Office condemns ‘unprovoked ceasefire violation’, Cabinet approves amendments to cybercrime law, and more!   Foreign office clarifies that shoes of the Indian spy’s wife were confiscated as a security concern Foreign office summons Indian Deputy High Commissioner to condemn ‘unprovoked […]

December 26, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 26, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: 3 soldiers martyred across LOC after Indian Forces opened fire, Indian spy thanks Pakistan for arranging a meeting with family, Hafiz Saeed opens MML office in NA-120, and more!  ISPR confirms that 3 soldiers were martyred when Indian forces opened fire across the Line of Control Convicted Indian spy thanks Pakistan government […]

December 25, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 25, 2017

Today’s daily news in digestible bullets covering; 3 FC personnel martyred, Rabbani responds to Pence, Nawaz reluctant to name Shahbaz as party’s PM candidate and more Daily News 1 3 FC personnel martyred in IED explosion in North Waziristan Daily News 2 Rabbani slams Pence’s remarks Daily News 3 Muslims help perform last rituals of […]

December 24, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 24, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Shahrukh Jatoi released on bail in Shahzeb Khan murder case, Interior Ministry opposes MML’s registration as a political party, 12-year-old’s marriage prevented in Sukhur, and more!  Shahrukh Jatoi, two accused released on bail in Shahzeb Khan murder case Have no interest in becoming a leader but will continue to defend […]

December 23, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 23, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: No evidence found against bloggers accused of blasphemy, Pence warns that Trump has put Pakistan ‘on notice’, cross-border attack in Mohmand agency kills 3 soldiers, and more!  No evidence found against bloggers accused of blasphemy, FIA tells court ‘Trump has put Pakistan on notice,’ US VP Pence warns in surprise Kabul […]

December 22, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 22, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Senate approves protection bill for transgender persons, Hindu girl abducted and forcibly converted in Thar, UN votes to reject Trump’s Jerusalem decision, and more!  Breaking News: Senate standing committee approves protection bill for transgender persons Nuclearisation of Indian ocean undermining South Asia’s strategic stability: NCA Erdogan says the US must […]

December 21, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 21, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: World Bank approves infrastructure loan for Pakistan, PM breaks ground on Hyundai Nishat vehicle assembly plant, UAE denies reports of visa suspension for Pakistanis, and more! World Bank approves 825 m loans for infrastructure in Pakistan PM Abbassi breaks ground on Hyundai Nishat vehicle assembly plant in Faisalabad UAE rubbishes reports […]

December 20, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 20, 2017

Today’s Digestible News covers;  Trump’s first foreign policy, COAS briefing to the senate, more civilians dead in Kashmir, iPhone account hacking gang busted in Karachi and more Daily News 1 Pakistan rejects unfounded allegations made in Trump’s first foreign policy Daily News 2 COAS briefs Senators on national security Daily News 3 Senate passes crucial […]

December 19, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 19, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Janjua accuses the US of stirring unrest in South Asia, Sindh officials in trouble, US vetoes UN decision on Jerusalem, and more! National Security Advisor Janjua accuses the US of fomenting unrest in South Asia Sindh officials in trouble again! U.S vetoes UN resolution rejecting Trump’s Jerusalem decision The US […]

December 18, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 18, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Attack on Quetta church kills 9, Taliban attacks police in Afghanistan killing 11, thousands rally in Pakistan to show solidarity with Palestinians, and more!  9 killed, 30 injured in Quetta’s Bethel Memorial Methodist Church suicide blast Taliban insurgents attack police in Afghanistan, killing at least 11 Thousands rally in Lahore and […]

December 17, 2017

Daily Digestible News – December 17, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Tareen resigns from PTI, PIA submits reports regarding Heroin case of 2015, PM pays respects to APS martyrs, and more! Jahangir Tareen resigns as General Secretary of PTI  PIA submits report to Senate regarding heroin found on board an aircraft in 2015 PM Abbasi pays his respects to the martyrs […]

December 16, 2017

Daily Digestible News – December 16, 2017

Today’s news in digestible bullets covering; Bilawal’s rally in Multan, Hudabiya Case, Imran Khan not out but Jahangir Tareen disqualified, US claims Pakistan can loose control to terrorists and more! Daily News 01 Bilawal promises extensive agricultural reforms during rally in Multan Daily News 02 Supreme Court Rejects Nab appeal to reopen Hudabiya refrence Daily […]

December 14, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 14, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: PM Abbasi comments on lack of OIC solidarity, Ayaz Sadiq deems democratic continuity necessary for country’s institutions, Army declares support for mainstreaming FATA, and more!  Prime Minister Abbasi comments on lack of solidarity shown by OIC NA Speaker Ayaz Sadiq says democratic continuity is necessary to strengthen the country’s institutions […]

December 13, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 13, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: two young army officials martyred in N. Waziristan, PML-N lawmakers submit resignations over inaction regarding Sanaullah, SC presses NAB on grounds of what merits reopening Hudabiya case, and more!  Second Lieutenant Abdul Moeed and Sepoy Basharat, both aged 21 martyred as militants open fire on army vehicle in North Waziristan […]

December 12, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 12, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Terror attack in New York injures 4, Peshawar ATI attack suspects arrested, Jamaat-i-Islami marches towards Islamabad, and more!  News Alert: Terror bomber strikes New York subway; 4 hurt Terrorists linked to Peshawar attack arrested Yet another march. This time by Jamaat-e-Islami ATC refuses to transfer 2014 Ptv attack case against […]

December 11, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 11, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Civil society calls for the recovery of Raza Mahmood Khan, Indian forces using chemical weapons in IHK, Pakistan protests against Trump calling Jerusalem Israel’s capital, and more!  Find Raza! Civil Society calls for recovery of missing activist on human rights day Indian forces using chemical weapons in India held Kashmir: AJK […]

December 10, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 10, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Massive fire in KP destroying forests, firing across LOC, Ministry of Information takes steps in accordance with National Action Plan, and more! Massive fire continues to spread in KP’s Shangla district, destroying forests in its wake Trouble on the LOC again State Bank of Pakistan will now let the currency […]

December 9, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 9, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Pakistan granting permission to Indian spy’s parents to visit, China warns citizens in Pakistan to be on alert, Security Council criticizes US announcement regarding Jerusalem and more!  Pakistan grants permission to alleged Indian spy’s parents to visit him China warns it’s citizens residing in Pakistan to be on alert Security Council […]

December 6, 2017

Daily Digestible News- December 6, 2017

Today’s Daily Digestible News covering: Explosive device targeting army kills 6 in N. Waziristan, SC says minority faith groups should feel their rights are secure in Pakistan and more! Explosive device targeting army recruits kills 6 in North Waziristan Supreme Court: minority faith groups should feel their rights are the most secure in Pakistan. COAS […]

November 13, 2017

Daily Digestible News- November 13, 2017

Here is your dose of Daily Digestible News covering PML-N’s contestation of SC’s decision to re-open Hudaibya Paper Mills case, the lynching of a Muslim man in India, developments in Parveen Rehman murder case, and more! PML-N: Supreme Court’s decision to reopen Hudaibya Paper Mills case unjustified Digestible News 01: Following a meeting between ousted […]

November 11, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 11, 2017

Here is your dose of Daily Digestible News covering Musharraf’s announcement regarding PAI, the president’s meeting with CII member, Sindh Ranger’s interception of suicide bombers and much more! Musharraf to head an alliance of 23 political parties Digestible News 01: On Friday, while addressing a press conference, former president Pervez Musharraf announced he will be […]

November 10, 2017

Daily Digestible News – 10, Nov 2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering: Farooq Sattar resignation stint, QUA students end protests, Germanwatch Report, FIR registered against TLY leader Khadim Rizvi and more! Farooq Sattar Back as MQM chief after brief resignation stint Digestible News 01: The Pakistan faction of MQM, after a dramatic turn of events which lead to a […]

November 9, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 9,2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering: bus accident in Chakwal, consolidation of the MQM and PSP, Trump holds talks in China and more! Bus falls in ravine near Chakwal killing 24, injuring 67 Digestible News 01: A bus fell into a ravine near Dhoke Pathan village on Pindigheb-Talagang Road at around 9 pm […]

November 8, 2017

Daily Digestible News- November 8, 2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering: mild earthquake in Quetta, assurance from the US that no group will attack Pakistan from Afghan soil, Pak-Iran agreement to enhance security and intelligence sharing, and more! Quetta and vicinity hit by mild earthquake Digestible News 01: A mild earthquake with a magnitude of 4.2 on the Richter […]

November 7, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 7, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering Gen Bajwa’s meeting with Iran’s president, ‘Paradise Papers’, Pakistan’s chance of regional peace talks with India using US as a mediator and more!   General Bajwa discusses regional security issues with Iran’s president Digestible News No. 1: Chief of army staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa […]

November 6, 2017

Daily Digestible News – November 6, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering the arrest of the suspect for spreading a bomb scare, Texas church shooting, case against Hamid Mir and more! Suspect arrested for spreading bomb scare in SHC building Digestible News 01: Police on Sunday claimed to have arrested a suspect from the outskirts of Karachi who […]

November 5, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 5, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering the Foreign Minister’s take on Martial Law, Ishaq Dar’s hospitalization, investigation into the unmarked graves in Kashmir, and much more! Missile from Yemen intercepted near Riyadh airport Digestible News No.1: Saudi Arabia on Saturday intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile near Riyadh’s international airport after it […]

November 5, 2017

Every October – Halloween and Islam

Every October, around Halloween, my cravings for chocolate-covered almonds intensify immensely. They happen to be an integral part of my childhood memory growing up as a Pakistani in Canada. Chili Mili (yes I haven’t forgotten my Pakistani snacks) and chocolate-covered almonds appeal to the little girl in me with equal nostalgic value. The first time […]

November 4, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 4, 2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering the reopening of Intra-Kashmir trade, new appointment of Council of Islamic Ideology chairman, excerpts from Osama bin Laden’s daughter’s journal, and much more! Following a 4 month gap, trade to resume from Tetrinote-Chakan da Bagh crossing point of Kashmir Daily Digestible News No. 1: On July 7, […]

November 3, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 3 ,2017

Here’s your daily dose of Digestible News covering the death of Dina Wadia, JI’s criticism of co-education in KPK, Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan, and much more! Dina Wadia, Jinnah’s only child passes away in New York Digestible News No.1: Dina Wadia, Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Rattanbai Petit’s daughter, and only child passed away at the […]

November 2, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 2, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering CIA’s release of materials seized in the 2011 Bin Laden raid, Khawaja Asif’s speech, PPP’s lashing out at NAB, and much more! CIA releases a new chunk of materials seized in the 2011 Bin Laden raid Digestible News No.1: The United States Central Intelligence Agency on […]

November 1, 2017

Daily Digestible News-November 1,2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering  Shahbaz Sharif Candidacy, New York terrorist attack, Abbasi’s trip to London, PIA forgetting coffins in New York and much more!  Shahbaz Sharif chosen as the PM candidate Digestible News 1: The London meeting of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz(PML-N) top leadership has decided to put forward Shahbaz […]

October 31, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 31, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering Ahsan Iqbal’s FB post, Qandeel Baloch’s murder case trial, Bilawal’s interview and more!   Ahsan Iqbal states that hidden forces are pushing Pakistan towards democratic instability Digestible News No. 1: On a facebook post, Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal stated that, “Pakistan’s history has oscillated between decades […]

October 30, 2017

Daily Digestible News – October 30, 2017

Here is your daily dose of Digestible News covering Pakistan’s T20 win, Sexual Harassment at Islamabad Club, Fatwa for playing loud music, Modi Lashes out and more!   Pakistan wins final T20 against Sri Lanka in Lahore Digestible News No. 1: Pakistan won the third and final T20 match against Sri Lanka by 36 runs […]

October 29, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 29, 2017

Nisar defends PML-N against “rumors” of forward block once again Ex Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar addressed a group in Kallar Syedan recently- once again, defending PML-N against accusations about a forward block in the political party. His statements were noted, as rumours had circulated earlier that after Nisar’s lack of support for party leader Nawaz […]

October 28, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 28, 2017

Train blast near Bolan injures six On Friday morning, the Lahore-bound Akber Bugti Express was targeted near Bolan’s Hirak area via a remote-controlled device- injuring at least six passengers and damaging the train’s compartment number nine. Unidentified men planted a remote-controlled explosive device next to the railway track near the Mach Station that exploded when the […]

October 26, 2017

Daily Digestible News-October 27, 2017

ECP drops contempt petitions against PTI chief, Imran Khan Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf (PTI) chief, Imran Khan, appeared before the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) nearly two weeks after the issuance of non-bailable arrest warrants against him in connection with two contempt petitions. The PTI counsel, Babar Awan, argued during the hearing that Khan had apologized twice […]

by Sabir
October 16, 2017

اب اردو مین بھئ داستیاب ھے

by Sabir
October 16, 2017


پھلئ پوست پروپئگئندھ کئ ,اب اردوزبان مین بھی دستیاب ھے.

October 8, 2017

Daily Digestible News – October 8, 2017

Afghan President says yes to trip to Pakistan Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani is planning to visit Pakistan after getting an invitation from the Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa. This goodwill gesture took place during Bajwa’s recent visit to Afghanistan. Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Omar Zakhilwal reported this news to various media outlets, saying […]

October 7, 2017

Daily Digestible News – October 7, 2017

 Terrorism list by Intelligence Bureau impacts lawmakers Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Friday met the director general of the Intelligence Bureau (IB), the law minister along with several members of parliament allegedly investigated by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) for links to terror outfits, sources said. The list that impacted lawmakers was sent to IB […]

October 6, 2017

Daily Digestible News – October 6, 2017

Pakistani boy’s visual presentation of ‘electric honeycomb’ receives international praise A 17-year-old Pakistani boy Muhammad Shaheer Nazir received international praise for his visualisation of a phenomenon called electric honeycomb that can help engineers develop technology for printing, heating or biomedicine, The New York Times reported on Thursday. Niazi is one of the first Pakistanis to […]

October 5, 2017

Daily Digestible News – October 5, 2017

  Pakistani tycoon takes investors heli skiing to prove Pakistan is safe In the northern snow-capped peaks of Pakistan, Zia Chishti disembarked off a helicopter and skied downhill on a mission to convince investors, clients and company executives that the nation once called by The Economist “the world’s most dangerous place” is now safe for […]

October 4, 2017

Daily Digestible News – October 4, 2017

US top general says Pakistani spy agency connected to terrorism The Chairman of US Joint Chiefs of Staff has accused Pakistan’s main intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) directorate, of having ties with terrorists. Joseph Dunford made the announcement while facing the Senate Armed Services Committee alongside with the US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Tuesday.“I […]

October 3, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 3, 2017

Pakistan scores a 55.6 under SDGs’ Global Index: UN Report  According to July 2017’s United Nations Report on Sustainable Development Goals, Pakistan placed 122nd out of 157 countries and scored a 55.6 under SDGs’ global index- faring lower than the regional average of 63.3 and is even lower than regional peers Bangladesh’s 56.2 and India’s 58.1. Read […]

October 2, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 2, 2017

Contrary to expectation, Nawaz Sharif is not indicted Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday left the accountability court without being indicted in three graft cases prepared by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against him and his family. During the hearing, the PML-N lawyer argued that all of the accused in the case have to […]

October 1, 2017

Daily Digestible News- October 1, 2017

 Nawaz Sharif set to return as PML-N supremo on October 3 The Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) has convened a meeting of its general council on Oct 2 and 3 to formally begin the process of re-electing ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif as the party president South Asia’s most wanted militant sends Rs100m defamation notice […]

September 30, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 30, 2017

Female truck drivers break cultural norms in coal mines of Thar Pakistani women are challenging cultural barriers set by men as they overcome poverty working as female truck drivers in the largest open-pit coal mine in Thar desert. The image of women is therefore also changing, who were once restricted to the walls of their […]

September 28, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 29, 2017

Suspected Islamic State terrorist arrested in Karachi A case has been lodged against Daesh (Islamic State) activist Khalilul Rehman who was arrested from Karachi’s Cantt area on charges of propagating hate and recruiting for terrorist groups through over 50 social media pages, the counter-terrorism department of the Federal Investigative Agency said on Thursday. Daesh flags and […]

September 28, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 28, 2017

India admits ceasefire violations in ”Operation Arjun” India’s Border Security Force used targeted firepower on farms and residences of Pakistan’s serving and former army officers near the border, resulting in Pakistan suing for peace, the Times of India reported on Wednesday. BSF has particularly targeted farms and residences of retired Pakistan army, ISI and Pakistan Rangers officers who have been given […]

September 27, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 27, 2017

Arrest warrants issued for EX-PM Nawaz Sharif’s children  Minutes after former Pakistan prime minister appeared before the National Accountability Bureau on Tuesday, bailable arrest warrants were issued for his children Hassan, Hussain, and Maryam, and son-in-law Captain Safdar, with the court ordering them to submit surety bonds worth Rs 1 million each to secure bail. […]

September 26, 2017

The Daily Digestible News- September, 26 2017

Pakistan accuses India for using photo mix-up to ‘divert attention’ from occupied Kashmir On Saturday Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi presented a photo of a victim during a fiery speech in the UN General Assembly that was reportedly taken in Kashmir following the pellet gun attacks. However, it was later revealed that […]

September 25, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 25, 2017

Maleeha Lodhi draws flak for showing Gaza photo as “face of Indian democracy”   Pakistan’s Permanent Representative at the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi drew flak on Sunday for brandishing a wrong picture — that of a girl from Gaza — while responding to the Indian External Affairs Minister speech and speaking about India’s use of […]

September 23, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 24, 2017

China snubs Pakistan at UN: You are on your own in fight with India over Kashmir China on Friday reiterated its stand that the Kashmir issue was for India and Pakistan to solve bilaterally, declining to back its “all-weather ally”,  which has been attempting to raise the dispute at several United Nations fora this past […]

September 23, 2017

Daily Digestible News- September 23, 2017

  Pakistan PM tells UN won’t be scapegoat for Afghanistan bloodshed Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi told the United Nations on Thursday that Pakistan would not be a “scapegoat” for Afghanistan’s bloodshed or to fight wars for others. “Having suffered and sacrificed so much due to our role in the global counter terrorism campaign, it […]

September 21, 2017

The Daily Digestible News- September 22, 2017

PM Abbasi says U.S. relationship not defined by Afghanistan; nukes safe While speaking at the Council on Foriegn Relations (CFR) think tank on Wednesday, PM Abbasi said Pakistan’s relationship to the US is not defined by the conflict in Afghanistan. He also said there was no question Pakistani nukes were not secure. On a lighter […]

September 20, 2017

The Daily Digestible News- September 20, 2017

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Meets with Mike Pence The meeting was held on the sidelines of the 72nd UNGA session in New York. Both agreed to work together to continue the bilateral relationship of the countries and discussed matters relating to peace and stability in Afghanistan and the region. President of Afghanistan adresses the UN Ashraf […]

by Sabir
July 26, 2017

Road Race and Rage

Responding to a sarcastic letter sent to the ‘oh so fortunate’ Uncle Sam, by the labelled obscene local writer Manto, about how everything in Pakistan is Uncle Sam’s fault. As part of an assignment I  decided to take it upon myself to test the hypothesis on the ever controversial metro bus.  Because who better, than […]

by Sabir
July 26, 2017

The Art Of People Watching- Part One

  A Two Part Account From Lahore Part One: A Brief Introduction (and a few warnings) Author’s Note: This part of the article is meant to be quite comical. So laugh out loud once in a while, I’d appreciate it. Peo∙ple-watch∙ing Noun ‘The action or practice of spending time idly observing people in public places.’ By definition, it […]

by Sabir
July 26, 2017

Coming Soon

by Sabir
July 26, 2017

A Rich Man’s Dog

Hi, I’m Tommy. You know, “Tommy”. From “Humara kuta Kuta, aur tumhara kuta Tommy”. I am what every dog dreams to be – I am a rich man’s dog. I am not like you regular dogs; I wake up in the morning and have a person serve me some dark brown capsules which look like […]

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