Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in his speech on 11 August 1947 stated “You are free; you are free to go to your temples, you are free to go to your mosques or to any other places of worship in this State of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion or caste or creed that has […]

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The border between Afghanistan and Pakistan is closed now and then as a result of border skirmishes. The border closure does not disturb the Pak-Afghan trade, or travelers from either side only. The studies in a school by the name of Pak Afghan School Toorkham also get affected. Where in relative calm, studies are pursued […]

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In the Indo-Pak Sub-Continent whenever someone rose above petty religious differences, he ended up in Bulleh Shah’s circle of friends. Over here there is no bar on following One’s heart and One can reach out to the Omnipresent whichever way he chooses. It is narrated that the followers of Shariat did not really appreciate the […]

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He cannot see from his eyes but can show the society a mirror by highlighting the nuances that we “seeing people” miss. His sensitive reporting makes inroads to One’s soul. Samar Khan has sent this heart touching story from Peshawar for Pakistan Saga.0

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30 km from Islamabad, ruins of an almost two centuries old building, spread in a vast tract of land are evident. The residents of the nearby village blame themselves as well as the government for letting it go to ruins. This building was a Wine producing factory which was abandoned when the British shifted the […]

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Gurdawara Punja Sahib, Hassan Abdal, is a symbol of mysticism while on the other hand Baba Wali Kandhari’s mausoleum on the mountain peak is an epitome of sufism. Baba Gurunanak’s devotees first visit Baba Wali’s shrine following the orders of Baba Guru Nanik. Thousands throng these sites every year to uphold the norms of spirituality […]

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Human beings exist and vanish but their footprints remain on earth in different shapes and sizes. There is a story of a hundred of years old graveyard where according to the local grapevine people who are buried were too tall in height. It was built during the reign of Great Mir Chakir Khan Rind. The […]

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Once upon a time, Quetta’s Saryab road was famous for lawlessness. But it is no more the same. A restaurant named Al-Samad located on the Saryab road is not only offering delicious food and relieving tea but it is famous for a place for reconciliation between old adversaries. If your friend or relative is not […]

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Half of Pakistan’s population consists of women who are an active part of Pakistani society. Now even in Baluchistan, which is Pakistan’s largest province in terms of geography, women are actively participating in education, religion, judiciary, administration and sports. All these departments were traditionally run by men alone but it is no more so. Women […]

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It is a common belief in Pakistan that Islamabad is the city of grades where people maintain their social relations with respect to their grades and status. Residents of other cities see Islamabad as the city with no cultural life. It might be true up to some extent but now it’s changing. Now on the […]

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