Working Women: Baji, aadmi aye hain

Posted on October 19, 2010
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Mehr Un Nisa As much as I’m proud of my culture, the unnecessarily sharp lines drawn between the roles of men and women, is something I can never imagine myself defending. And no matter how liberal an environment you’re living in, the distinction keeps on surfacing in ways that are almost imperceptible. Petty example: Have […]

Adil Najam David Cameron, the new Conservative Party Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has named 39-year old, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi of Dewsbury whose family hails from Gujjar Khan, Pakistan, as a Minister without portfolio (at this time) in and UK Cabinet and as Chairwoman of the Conservative Party.

Violence Against Women: The Barbarians Within Us

Posted on May 10, 2010
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Sehar Tariq We all remember the barbaric footage of the Taliban flogging a young girl in Public. Chillingly similar was the story of the police in Faislabad, flogging a woman who had gone to report a theft. We all remember the months of debate on whether the flogging of the girl in Swat was authentic […]

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