Hafeezur Rehman

  • TMulla Nasruddin was once persuaded by his fans to come to the stage to address them. Mulla was reluctant. He was forced willy-nilly to go to the stage. Mulla asked his audience whether they knew what he was going to talk about? With one voice they said No. Mulla got down the stage, saying that it ...

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  • T'I can resist anything but temptation', said Lord Byron, British romantic poet of the nineteenth century. Extremely handsome Byron was congenitally clubfooted. To limp like Byron was a fashion in London of his time. Z.A Bhutto, while he was Prime Minister could not resist the temptation to ...

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  • TDuring the World War II the three bigs - Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin - used to meet for mutual consultation in neutral Switzerland. They stayed in the same building for security reasons. On one such occasion in order to stress a point pursuant to overnight discussion, Roosevelt without ...

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  • TA fatty friend of Lean Bernard Shaw once said to him "George If you go abroad, the people may think Britain is a famished country". "If you go along with me, they may understand the reason for it", Bernard Shaw retorted. George Bernard Shaw's observation regarding social disparity was no ...

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