19Mar
2013

New Day, New Year

A photo essay on one of the world’s most ancient new year festival

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16Feb
2013

Libya: The Other Side of the Story

Gaddafi is evil, a threat to Libyan people and the world. But what about the fact that many people see it otherwise? Following is one the most balanced version of events you can find on the Internet

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February 7, 2013

Of the Women, By the Women, For the Women

A peek into the lives of women in Gaza – Undoubtedly one of the most oppressed places on the planet to live

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January 23, 2013

The Diversity of Prophet Mohammed’s Birthday

An interesting look at the diverse traditions and trends of the Muslim world’s most unique festival

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December 24, 2012

Who is the real Jesus Christ?

Authentic research and exposés prove Jesus Christ is not the person the official Church version tells you. The following interview tries to find out about the real Jesus Christ hidden from us for over two thousand years through intellectual ploys…

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December 22, 2012

Book review: 1st Century Radical – The Shadowy Origins of the man who became known as Jesus Christ

1st Century Radical: The Shadowy Origins of the man who became known as Jesus Christ – Michael Calum Jacques. Milton Keynes: Authorhouse, 2008. 251 pp. ISBN: 1438915748 At a time when Christian conservatism is at revival and religious values are being evaluated across the world, 1st Century Radical is the most timely guide to understanding not only the basics of Christianity but also the roots of its founder – Jesus Christ. Known in the book as Yeshua-bar-Yosef, Michael Calum Jacques, […]

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December 11, 2012

UK government’s tightening of Immigration laws clear violation of basic human rights

The nuts and bolts of the new British Immigration laws/rules, according to many British citizens, are tearing families apart. “Please help us stand up for what’s right; Please speak up and take action.  Please don’t let any government erode basic rights of British citizens in our own country.  Please allow us to be real families, and not forced into being ‘Skype’ families,” the statement issued by a campaign group of British Citizens known as BritCits stipulates. According to the group, […]

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November 12, 2012

Diwali: The Festival of Lights

A photo essay on world’s most colourful and vibrant religious festival celebrated by more than a billion around the globe

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November 5, 2012

Wood Carving – Uzbekistan’s Cherished Treasure

High-style traditional wood carving attracts tourists everywhere in Tashkent. Whether it is wooden doors, beams, pillars, furniture, Holy Quran stands, boxes, daily use items or decoration pieces; one has to find a real mastery of local artisans in wood carving. Many of the Uzbek houses are also full of wooden decorations. “This craft left by our ancestors has a high value in our tradition. Many of the ancient master pieces of wood carving have been unearthed during the excavations at different places from […]

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October 9, 2012

5 Reasons the US lost the War in Afghanistan

“Americans are asking, how will we fight and win this war? We will direct every resource at our command, every means of diplomacy, every tool of intelligence, every instrument of law enforcement, every financial influence, and every necessary weapon of war, to the disruption and to the defeat of the global terror network.  “Every nation, in every region, now has a decision to make. Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists. From this day forward, any […]

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Kashmir Diaries: Torturous life of a former Kashmiri militant

November 28, 2011 2 Comments

In 1990, he crossed the ‘Line of Control’ for arms training with an aim to liberate Kashmir. But little did he know that he would not be recognised as a militant but a drug addict. As he sits in a corner of a dimly-lit room, the ashes of smoke swirl in open air. A feeble looking Gulzar in loose blue jeans and a hand-woven baggie sweater gives his character a clumsy appearance. But, he doesn’t give any impression of suffering […]

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Citizen: Being a Pakistani

October 7, 2010 41 Comments

Sajjad Bukhari is an educated 30-year-old businessman who belongs to the country’s repressed and shrinking middle class. He gives us an intimate glimpse of his life which, like millions of other Pakistanis, is a mixture of problems, ambitions, traditions and hopes.

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New Day, New Year

March 19, 2013 12 Comments

A photo essay on one of the world’s most ancient new year festival

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Libia: La Otra Parte de la Historia

October 8, 2011 6 Comments

Incluso antes de que el conflicto empezara en Libia, la imagen del mandatario libanés Muammar Gaddafi estaba marcada de por acusaciones de tiranía, brutalidad y autoritarismo. Hay una opinión general de que el antiguo coronel del ejército libanés administraba sus asuntos con mano dura sin lugar para el disentimiento. Sin embargo, la reivindicación de una revolución en busca de la democracia y la justicia derrocando el régimen de Gaddafi por las revueltas populares en los países vecinos de Túnez y […]

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