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Indo- Pak teacher-student duo collaborate on dance for peace

Indo- Pak teacher-student duo collaborate on dance for peace

Dubai-based team jointly release video to spread message of peace ahead of Independence Day A Dubai-based teacher-student duo have collaborated over a dance to promote peace among Indians and...
India-Pakistan activists urge both PMs to release each others’ fish workers and women prisoners from jails

India-Pakistan activists urge both PMs to release each others’ fish workers and women prisoners from jails

Various civil society organizations and prominent citizens of India and Pakistan have jointly urged Indian and Pakistani PMs to release and repatriate all arrested  fish workers and women...
Pakistan’s “best kept secret” has implications for peace for South Asia

Pakistan’s “best kept secret” has implications for peace for South Asia

The first half of 2020 has been lively, turbulent and difficult. Coronavirus has changed our world, no matter whether you’re in India, Pakistan or Britain. And since May, the murder of George...
Give peace a chance: India, Pakistan peace activists want their countries to discuss people’s language more than state language

Give peace a chance: India, Pakistan peace activists want their countries to discuss people’s language more than state language

Taking forward the ‘Guftagu band na ho’(Let talks not stop) initiative to ‘Mulaqat jald ho’(let us meet soon), peace activists from India and Pakistan want the narrative to be changed for the...
In the US, Indian, Pakistani doctors united against racism

In the US, Indian, Pakistani doctors united against racism

American-Pakistani and Indian physicians, already in the frontlines of the Covid19 battle, step up in the war against a longer-running pandemic With the ongoing healthcare crisis exposed by the...
Commemorating K. A. Abbas

Commemorating K. A. Abbas

June, the birth month of the acclaimed writer and film producer Khwaja Ahmed Abbas, will culminate with an online session on K. A. Abbas: Khayalaat ka Saudagar (The Thought Merchant), aimed at...
A woman’s ‘dua’ against domestic violence, marital rape in Pakistan echoes in India

A woman’s ‘dua’ against domestic violence, marital rape in Pakistan echoes in India

An adapted version of Allama Iqbal’s ‘Lab pe aati hai dua’ in Pakistan finds resonance in India By Divya Goyal More than a century after Muhammad Iqbal’s immortal Bachche Ki Dua...
Making friends with sworn enemies

Making friends with sworn enemies

Moving past enmity to the affinity of ancestry Born into a refugee family that came to Delhi a few months before partition, from what is now Pakistan, I grew up hearing my grandparents’ stories of...
Pakistan plane crash survivor with roots in Amroha, related to Kamal Amrohi of ‘Pakeezah’ fame

Pakistan plane crash survivor with roots in Amroha, related to Kamal Amrohi of ‘Pakeezah’ fame

The PIA plane which crashed on Friday has only two survivors — one of whom is Bank of Punjab top executive Zafar Masud. His roots are in western Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, India, and he belongs to the...
Flame of faith: Salute to Dr Mubashir Hasan from Gandhi’s grandson

Flame of faith: Salute to Dr Mubashir Hasan from Gandhi’s grandson

Tribute to the veteran politician, peace activist, and scholar Dr Mubashir Hasan passed away at his residence in Lahore, aged 98 This tribute to Dr. Mubashir Hasan should have been written much...