Muhammad Ijaz Ul Haq

  • TIn Afghan war of 1845, sixteen thousand men strong British Army suffered complete annihilation at the hands of brave Afghans on Afghan Soil with only one survivor – A doctor by profession. He was given this new lease of life only to enable him to tell the tale of their death and destruction ...

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  • TInfected by the loathsome disease of corruption, cronyism, plunder and political immaturity, the government has brought every stratum of society to the lowest depth. It pains everyone to witness, helplessly, the constant drifting and drowning of their motherland. Fire from within and without has ...

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  • TSouls of Sarhadi Gandhi, his real K. C. Gandhi, his scions Khan Wali Khan, Ajmal Khattak and others (may they rest in peace) and many a cohorts must be complimenting and congratulating each other on the dubious doings and developments taking place in the country. The struggle they typified, and the ...

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