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We shall see – Faiz Ahmad Faiz

We shall see – Faiz Ahmad Faiz

Following is a translation of Faiz’s remarkable poem ‘Hum Dekhen Gay’. Though the season of Inqilab in Pakistan has passed away without any revolution, it was not for any real one in the first place. This poem will remain eternal to find real and everlasting revolution. We will see It is true, we too shall see That day which has been promised Which is … Read entire article »

The profusion of terrorist outfits in Europe and Middle East; Bewilderment for the world

The profusion of terrorist outfits in Europe and Middle East; Bewilderment for the world

By Muqeet Tahir Malik Dear Readers! Do any of you know about the extremist organizations operating in the Balkan states? Have you ever focused on the spread of terrorism especially in Europe? How fast is this trend in Middle East? What are the causes, and how to impede growth of extremism? Do you know the historical importance of the Balkan states?Do … Read entire article »

Symbols of defiance

Symbols of defiance

By Saad Hafiz Anne Frank and Malala Yousafzai, two girls from different eras, share a certain kinship. They lived under fear and terror. Their ability to read and write allowed them to share their stories with the world. Both are regarded as symbols of defiance against the forces of cruelty and darkness. Anne died of typhus with her sister Margot, at … Read entire article »

An open letter to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

An open letter to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

By Wahab Tariq Butt Dear Bilawal, I write this letter to try to share with you the sentiments of us common people after your speech on 18th October. First of all, I congratulate you for the mamonth gathering of people last Saturday, that gave the message loud and clear:Pakistan Peoples Party is not down and out. It is worth praise how you … Read entire article »

جانے کب کون کسے مار دے کافر کہہ کر

جانے کب کون کسے مار دے کافر کہہ کر

ارسلان قمر پاکستان کے چھوٹے شہروں کی شامیں اکتوبر کے وسط سےہوا میں بڑھتی خنکی کے سبب خاموش ہونا شروع ہو جاتی ہیں۔یہ خاموشی ہمیشہ پراسرار ہوا کرتی ہے جو کسی کے لئے تو پُر ہیبت ہوتی ہے اورکسی کے لئے پُرسکون ۔ سوچتا ہوں ایسے میں گولی کی آواز توخوب گونجتی ہوگی لیکن اس گولی کے نشانہ بننے والا خاموش … Read entire article »

Photo of the Day: Bilawal Starts Politics with a Massive Rally

Photo of the Day: Bilawal Starts Politics with a Massive Rally

Malik Omaid Pakistan Peoples Party launches its chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari with a massive rally at Mazar-e-Qaid, Karachi. Although the rally was in Karachi but it was not a rally of Karachi as people from all over Sindh participated in it. On one hand it shows the ‘Rally power’ of PPP in Sindh but uncovers the aready known fact of weak … Read entire article »

The Unpredictables: Part IV – 1970s, 2nd Episode

The Unpredictables: Part IV – 1970s, 2nd Episode

Fazal Abbas   Pakistan as a country has been through a number of highs and lows since traumatic partition in 1947 and its cricket has followed the similar pattern, showing how this sport is embedded in social, political and cultural facets of the country. Initially dispersed, unrecognised, underfunded and weak, Pakistan’s cricket team grew to become a major force in world cricket. … Read entire article »

Imran Khan or “Im the Dim” quotes Macaulay’s forged quote

… it is not Macaulay. This is the quote that the PTI Leader repeated verbatim on 14 October 2014 in his evening address to the Dharna: “I have traveled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such caliber, that I do not think that we would ever conquer this country, unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her cultural and spiritual heritage, and, therefore, I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all … Read entire article »

The search for transformative leaders

The search for transformative leaders

Saad Hafiz There is a pent-up demand, especially in the developing world, for what the citizens of a few developing countries have achieved because of transformative leadership. To be a transformational leader, one has to work for a greater purpose and not for one’s own personal gain; that requires vision and discipline. Alas, such leaders are rare in the developing world, … Read entire article »

Pakistani Women: Nobel, Oscar, Emmy and what not?

Pakistani Women: Nobel, Oscar, Emmy and what not?

Malik Omaid In the last 20 months, Pakistani women have brought home an Oscar, an Emmy, the Nobel Peace Prize & the Asian Gold in cricket -Khadija Amjad — Mariam Chughtai (@MariamChughtai) October 13, 2014 Malala Yousufzai was given the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 on her championing the cause of Children’s right for education, especially for girls. This is the young girl … Read entire article »

The Nobel is defaming us!

The Nobel is defaming us!

Qurat UlAin H Zaidi Great is the nation who doesn’t rely on anyone for its own prosperity, for it always has nationals with tons of self-reliantness in them. They don’t need ‘agents’ either to get a Nobel for them. Keeping in view their everyday perspectives and inferences, their sanity and reason know no bounds. Their valour and strength lie conveniently deep … Read entire article »

The Unpredictables Part IV – 1970s: Revival of Pakistan cricket (1971 – 1980), Episode 1

The Unpredictables Part IV – 1970s: Revival of Pakistan cricket (1971 – 1980), Episode 1

Fazal Abbas   Pakistan as a country has been through a number of highs and lows since traumatic partition in 1947 and its cricket has followed the similar pattern, showing how this sport is embedded in social, political and cultural facets of the country. Initially dispersed, unrecognised, underfunded and weak, Pakistan’s cricket team grew to become a major force in world cricket. … Read entire article »

Malala Yousufzai Winning Nobel Peace Prize: Divided Reactions from Pakistanis on Social Media

Malala Yousufzai Winning Nobel Peace Prize: Divided Reactions from Pakistanis on Social Media

Malik Omaid Malala Yousufzai the Swat girl who wrote diaries as “Gul Makai” for the BBC Urdu service and was shot by Taliban on speaking for Girls right of education won this years Nobel Peace Prize. While the whole world was praising this young girl, 17 years of age and the youngest of all Nobel Laureates, for her courageous promotion of … Read entire article »

اسلامی جمہوریہ پاکستان کو درپیش خطرات سے ایک ملا قات

اسلامی جمہوریہ پاکستان کو درپیش خطرات سے ایک ملا قات

سعد خلیل میں ایک گھنٹے کا سفر کرکے ہوٹل پہنچا تھا اور لابی میں بیٹھا کمرے کی صفائی کا انتظار کر رہا تھا کہ اچانک پیچھے سے آواز آئی ،”سر-آپ پاکستان سے ہیں”۔ کولمبو (سری لنکا) میں پنجابی لہجے کی اردو میں ایسا سن کر ایک خوشگوار سا احساس ہوا۔اثبات میں جواب  کے بعد میں نے اس سے پوچھا کہ اس … Read entire article »

Congratulations Malala Yousafzai the youngest Nobel Laureate

Congratulations Malala Yousafzai the youngest Nobel Laureate

  We at PakTeaHouse thank Malala Yousafzai for doing us proud.       And we want to also remember our first Nobel Laureate – Dr. Abdus Salam, fakhr-e-Pakistan and the greatest scientist produced by the country.       And congratulations to India for sharing the Nobel Prize at a time when all sorts of craziness continues at the LOC. … Read entire article »