Month: January 2021

Art & Literature

The white dot: Sahar Abdul Karim

It was a cloudy night. Everything in universe was still. I saw drops of kindness falling like raindrops_ that the creatures ignored. I saw specks of evil falling like raindrops_ that the creatures kept embracing. The moon looked pale as…

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Class struggle and national struggle: Shehzad Aslam

Kwame Nkrumah in his book “Class struggle in Africa” delivers his ideas on colonist attitude and the defaults of capitalism; which he believed as a socialist that capitalism strengthens the exploitations of the oppressed or in fact exceeds the agenda…

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عطا کا خط منٹو کے نام: آزرمراد

..تعفن زدہ سماج کے افسانہ نگار منٹو مجھے اکثر لوگ خط نہیں لکھتے اور اگر کوئی لکھتا بھی ہے تو صرف یہ بتانے کے لئے کہ وہ میرے سرزمین پر میری قبر کی دریافت میں کامیاب ہو چکے ہیں اور…

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The patriarchy; on the way out: Bezuban Baloch

In the black pages of history, women were regarded as objects, properties, and subordinated godly creatures. They were thought of being commodities used as bargaining chips to settle the bloody feudal disputes and to whitewash other social dirt. They were…