Briefs


Faiz Amn Mela



The Faiz Amn Mela will take place on Feb 17, 2013, at the Open Air Theatre, Bagh-e-Jinnah
(Lawrence Gardens) Lahore, from 1-6 pm. The event includes a mushaira with Faiz poetry sung
by Jawad Ahmad, Adeel Burki, Laal Band, Toheed Malik, Nida Faiz and others. Entry is free
and open to the public.

"All are invited with families, to get together for a message of peace and prosperity," say
the organizers, Faiz Amn Mela Committee along with Awami Workers Party.

Indo-Pak Short Films Fest

The Third Annual National Students' Short-Film Making competition at the School of Planning
and Architecture (SPA), New Delhi goes pan-subcontinental, jointly organised this year for
the first time by students of SPA and students of the National Collge of Arts, Lahore.

This Indo-Pak students short-film making competition "Beta Movement", a part of SPA Delhi's
annual college fest, is open only to students. Films may range between 3 o 20 minutes.

The last date film submissions is Feb 20, 2013. For details see the Facebook page:

http://on.fb.me/Yn2sNb

Sangam Uni's AKA talk show


Students at Sangam University, Bhilwara, Rajasthan organised a talk show on the India
Pakistan relationship on Feb 9, with a focus on Aman ki Asha - Hope for Peace - at the La
Union Dance Drama Music Triveni festival at their university.

"One of the most important item in La Union was the talk show on Indo Pak relations which
should see beyond the thorny Kashmir issue and nagging terrorism related ones," said B.R.

Natarajan, Vice Chancellor Sangam University.

"The focus must shift to cultural exchanges, sporting events for cricket and hockey, food
fests, music fests, film fests etc leading to conducive environment for better trade and
commerce. Youth of both nations must lead the change."

Wednesday, February 13, 2013




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What this Nobel Peace Prize means to us Some comments from Aman ki Asha supporters on the joint award of this year's Nobel Peace Prize to an Indian and Pakistani

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India, Pakistan, South Asia groups call for peace Sand artist Sudharsan Pattnaik’s sculpture, Pune: underlining the human suffering. Citizens' groups urge India and Pakistan to implement the 2003 ceasefire and resolve all issues through talks

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Aaghaz-e-Dosti condemns ceasefire violations from both sides; appeals to restore peace & humanity Local residents along the LoC are being forced to flee their homes because of the constant shelling. Photo: Reuters Since October 1, there has been an exchange of fire on the Indo-Pak border. Both India and Pakistan have been violating the ceasefire. Both have not only killed soldiers .....more


PIPFPD appeals to both India and Pakistan to immediately stop ceasefire violations. Bullets flying across the Indo-Pak border are taking lives and forcing local residents to look for safer havens. Photo: Reuters The ceasefire violations and firing taking place on the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir is a matter of grave concern. India a .....more

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