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A Heavy Jummah

You shouldn't talk about your sins honey, for it's a curse! A heavy Jummah day in the arms of the city drenched with chants and dust A lil' early, the bird wakes, with dried soul, to say, the poetry of praise I dip myself in the wadhu water, that quench thirst of the weigh with which I wander And when the takbeer fills my void ears…

OBOs, new animated characters

Rio introduces to first ever animated characters, the ever-so-delightful OBOs! With their joyful personalities and mischievous nature, the OBOs are already fast becoming a hot favorite amongst many adults and children. As irresistible as Rio itself, the OBOs possess a unique charm which has enabled them to find a way straight to our hearts. So far,…

Tip tip tip …! Rain started 

By Hamza Ali Marri Taha Hussain was in his room doing homework of school . On the other day, he had to submit the copy for checking , in order to submit the copy he had to stay awake till midnight to complete the work . while he was busy in doing his work , suddenly the rain had taken a glow and the sound produced by the big drops…

Konio Monio

By Lehna Faraz One day konio Monio were going to school, they saw a stranger standing in the way they ignored and went to school. Now daily they started watching that stranger is standing in their way and giving them smile. They avoid and ignore it. But one day the stranger called them and offered ice cream but Konio didn't take it Monio tried to…

Labour Day – A Struggle to Fight Rights     

By Sidra Ambreen Younas Labours are the backbone of our Nation. When we talk about the “Labour” word the first thing comes into our mind is very tough and painful work that is related to physical and mental efforts. Second thing comes into our mind that labour society is very poor class with not enough income for living expenditure.…

Your inability cannot see my ability, punch-line of the fashion show

Special children are precious and one of us! They can do wonders for our country as a nation. If only they are given a proper platform to exhibit their capabilities and talent. This was the message in one of the showcase in the second and final day of the Fashion Pakistan Week (FPW) which displayed the creations of our nation’s noted fashion…

Sheltering the homeless  

JAZIB MUNIR LAHORE: Adil Nadeem, 14, who hails from Purana Kahna student of 9th class has been living in Child Protection Welfare Bureau. He was rescued in a daily basis rescue operations in 2008. He has lived his childhood in orphanage that led him in a complete alienation. In order to survive and counter he found Child Protection and Welfare…

The Lonely Monkey…

BY ALI MURTAZA BUCHA The story starts in a small, deserted island, which was located alongside a beautiful beach. It was actually very picturesque. Everything seemed calm and serene too. There were amazingly unique seashells, lying over and beneath the pinkish ivory sand. The cool breeze had its own sound that seemed like soft whispers of loving…

Sakura offers a plethora of tastes on your plate

By Nida Tahseen During times when cultures around the world are trying to rediscover their niche, Japanese food is the purest cuisine with the soul of originality and the face of novelty. Though, when I was first introduced to sushi in United States, I promised myself not to give it another try ever again. Now after four years, here I am yet again…

Hope of Joy

By: Sabene Rizvi. Joy spent seventeen years of his life playing with puppets. He, now at the age of nineteen, wants to become a puppeteer but his parents say, “It’s just a hobby, not a job”. Joy hopes one day his parents will understand. He argues day and night with his parents but they always say, “No” and he…

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