S Habib

  • S. Tariq As one approaches Islamabad from Rawalpindi one can feel a stark change taking place in the overall environment. Gone is the chaotic traffic, the potholed roads, heaps of stinking trash and the choking fumes from rickshaws. Motorists, who consider seatbelts to be irritating impediments, ...

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  • Thirty years after the day Bhutto surrendered his life for the sovereignty, supremacy, security, happiness and welfare of the masses, his lovers, stricken with sorrow, would certainly also be studying the fate of dreams inspired by him. The nation is still mired in mounting misery, hunger, health, ...

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  • The life and poetry of Faiz, somehow have become intertwined with the fate and fortune of people of Pakistan pounded by the dictatorship of the generals, obscurantism of the pulpit and exploitation by the potentates. His hopes and dreams for a bright and blissful dawn were the same as cherished by ...

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