Muhammad Izhar-ul-Haq

  • It was long after dusk when I came out of prophet's Mosque after offering the day's last prayers. It was then that I realized that I could eat a horse. A Pakistani guided me to Al- Baik, the popular fast food chain in Saudi Arabia which has eclipsed its American counterparts. I was impressed by the ...

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  • Miss Hanadi Zakariyya Al-Hindi has created history by being the first female pilot in Saudi Arabia. Prince Al-Waleed, a business tycoon, owner of The Kingdom Holding Company, has employed the pilot for next ten years through a lucrative contract. His company, The Kingdom Holding Company, is the ...

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  • Why do we Pakistanis leave everything to future? Why do we brush past aside? Has mitti pao become our national symbol of compromise? President Asif Ali Zardari, soon after he landed in the magnificent palace located behind the Parliament, proceeded to Saudi Arabia to perform Umra. True to the ...

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  • A section of Pakistani Press has slated Bangladesh's rejection of Pakistan's 'proposed high commissioner'. It is astonishing that even after 38 years, what is now left as Pakistan has not done any soul-searching in the context of losing the major chunk of its population as well as territory. One ...

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  • The whips lashed down amid screams of pain as one after another pair of men went thumping down into the aisle ways. Kunta and his shaklemate hugged each other on the shelf as the searing blows jerked them convulsively back and forth. Then hands clamped roughly around their ankles and hauled them ...

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  • The Pakistan Army is struggling in Swat and Bajaur, the restive North Western areas of the country, to destroy the hideouts of militants. The Air Force has also joined them. However, the big question is: if the armed forces succeed in ending the present turmoil, will the problem be sorted out ...

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