Naeem Asgher Tarar

  • Mind is a complex thing to understand. It weaves arrays of complex thoughts every second, moving from one dimension to another like a lightning bolt, one after the other. Sometimes these thoughts are succinct and sometimes too obscure to keep up with them for a prolonged period. The only time we ...

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  • A brief moment would be sufficient to notice and bring an air of gloom and despair to the senses. The recent political developments around the globe have summoned imaginable ways for a human being to interact to achieve his ends. These are strange times and world affairs are getting more ...

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  • Libel is usually a fabricated and false accusation, which is done on purpose to besmirch the reputation of the opponent. It works fine as it is a propaganda tool, most of the time, and is in demand, all the time. The vilification in a libel sometimes can be based on yet to be established truth, and ...

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  • Desperation among men can lead to different realities, different outcomes and different occupation of personalities. A man who is desperate for a thing and, on the plus side, is also ready to tow any given weight of struggle for it, will eventually attain whatever he desires. On the other hand, a ...

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  • Seasons come, they stay, they hold their essence in the air and their influence in lives of people and then they vacate their place for a new one to come. They do it under an established phenomenon of holy Mother Nature. Sometimes afflicts blight like bolt from the blue and the predominant ...

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  • Republica de Panama a former Spanish settlement is sandwiched between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The landscape offers an amazing opportunity for tourism and tax-free zone offers to set up offshore companies; the choice between both is up to you. In other words, you will be in ...

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  • In the fertile land of China, in the 5th century BC, a Chinese philosopher named Mozi is said to have invented the kite. It was an incredible invention at that time. People from Mongolia, India, Korea and Japan welcomed this invention too after some time. The time passed and a mere combination of ...

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  • The red and blue flashing lights, blinking, with the sound of a hooter, which is shrill-like, yet ears are accustomed to it too well to pass it for something unpleasant, successfully evoke a feeling of protection. Regretfully, not for everyone, but for the selected few. VIPS and VVIPS. Not more ...

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  • Pigeon, a beautiful white and a sometime dim white bird, is taken as a symbol of peace. In many instances to project a vivid impression, caged pigeons are freed, to soar high in the air. Although pigeons come in many different colours, depending on their breed and area, the colour white is the most ...

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  • In 2012 a video emerged and then went viral on the internet. In the video, four girls were thumping a drum and two boys were dancing, and the environment of it indicated that some sort of family fete was underway. The people in the video were identified, later, as the residents of Kohistan. A ...

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  • Imran Khan, head of PTI and the most sought-after politician of Pakistan, has recently laid out his ultimate stance, which by any standards is absurd and shrouded in a precursor of bloodshed. In the wake of recent events, his decision to lock the capital city down forcefully and by the strategy of ...

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  • The Raiwind march which was in full swing a few days ago engendered to the popular narrative that Imran Khan still enjoys a very overwhelming support in the province of Punjab. Now, if we take a look at the few previously held by-elections and peruse their results carefully, we arrive at a ...

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  • No one knows since when, exactly, they have been downing donkey curry instead of the beef curry they ordered at a restaurant, or BBQ, made with neatly cut donkey meat, served with a chilli garlic dip or mustard sauce. Maybe we would never have found out, had it not been for the commendable job done ...

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  • The Sunset Club is a novel written by Sardar Khushwant Singh and it was his last novel till his death. After this novel he only wrote his daily column in The Hindustan Times, and retired from literary writing. When this novel touched the bookshelves, the age of Khushwant Singh was 96. At this age ...

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