Search Results for Tag: love
“Before coming to Pakistan, I didn’t think that Pakistani women were sometimes so independent. I had always thought that Pakistani women were the most oppressed class of the society, dependent on men in every walk of life.”
Date07.03.2018 | 14:51
Today is Valentine’s Day. From all of the songs that were sent to us until February 10th, we have chosen these three. Congratulation to the winners!
Date14.02.2015 | 12:20
We all know those days. Nothing is really wrong, but the sun doesn’t shine and we feel low. On rainy days like this, sometimes it just helps to go into another world. If you read a good book, you can go there without even having to go out and get wet. I am going to mention some books which are rather different. I will not give you the whole story but I will tell you the end: they live happily ever after. We need some cheering up, so we need happy endings. Keep on reading!
Date20.10.2014 | 12:27
Date20.08.2014 | 12:14
In her Urdu short story, “Ujli Subah Ka Anjam,” (The Fate of a Bright Morn), author Ayesha Siddiqui concerns herself with a woman who wakes up fresh and sparkling but due to wrongs suffered by her during the day, becomes a wreck by the time the sun sets.
Date31.07.2014 | 12:42
Rajasthan is a western Indian state along India’s border with Pakistan. The state is known in the western world for its Maharajas and exotic palaces, but now residents in a small village are determined to get famous- with a little bit of help from Andrea Thumshirn.
Date24.07.2013 | 10:33
Roma Rajpal documents an extraordinary incident that happened to her a couple of months back – a real life event that reinstated her faith in love and the idea that fairy tales can also come true!
Date17.08.2012 | 14:55