Trip down the Memory Lane: UET Lahore

Posted on June 30, 2007
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Syed Fareed Ali Yesterday I saw her again. There she was ambling along as always at a stately pace dressed in her customary blue and gold. She stopped at the same place where we used to meet. I stared at her for an instant and our eyes met. But alas, it was only for an […]

Cyclone Havoc in Baluchistan

Posted on June 29, 2007
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Owais Mughal Baluchistan was hit by a cyclone named ‘Yemyeni’ four days ago and it has caused widespread havoc. BBC news site is reporting that 800000 people have been affected. Today there are even reports of rioting by the hungry people waiting for aid to arrive. Worst affected area is reported to be Turbat where […]

Panja Sahib: The Miracle that Refused to Happen

Posted on June 28, 2007
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Mast Qalandar This story was meant to be a part of the post on Panja Sahib that appeared on these very pages early this year. But I had left it out lest I make the post too lengthy. The post on Panja Sahib stayed on the Discussions Board for a day or two and then […]

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