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Amitabh,Zia liven up AKA initiative

Amitabh,Zia liven up AKA initiative

MUMBAI: Jang Group of Pakistan and India’s Times of India are fully geared up to put the tense bilateral relations between the two countries back on track, amid stage set for the Indo-Pak talks...
Time to talk as Aman ki Asha offers chance

Time to talk as Aman ki Asha offers chance

The imperative of peace between India and Pakistan “is so blazingly obvious”, declared Pakistani writer Mohsin Hamid at a literary exchange organised by the Aman Ki Asha initiative. The...
Aman ki Asha in interest of both countries

Aman ki Asha in interest of both countries

LAHORE: Leaders of Hindu and Sikh fraternities said Aman ki Asha is in the interests of both the countries. Hindu leader Manohar Chand said Pakistan passed 62 years of its existence; however, in this...
‘Peace to win if Pak, India govts so desire’

‘Peace to win if Pak, India govts so desire’

LAHORE: Peace will surely win if the respective governments of Pakistan and India intend to pursue the goal seriously, said Pakistan’s prominent women in a survey conducted by daily Jang. They...
Aman ki Asha now builds a literary bridge

Aman ki Asha now builds a literary bridge

A few days ago, when the lead guitarist of the Pakistani band, Strings, suddenly started strumming the melody of Saare Jahaan Se Achha at a performance in Kolkata, the entire audience got goosebumps....
Pak-India peace indispensable for region: Jang survey

Pak-India peace indispensable for region: Jang survey

QUETTA: Establishment of peaceful atmosphere between Pakistan and India is indispensable for the entire region, said the people belonging to a cross-section of society in a country-wide survey...
Sur, Aman, Asha: Different words but all express love

Sur, Aman, Asha: Different words but all express love

Bangalore: Touching music built bridges between two countries. The Bade Ustad and Chhote Ustad of the ghazal world spun magic through their voices and the moving words aman ki asha. Heavy traffic on...
THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL STEP…

THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL STEP…

Indians have always loved Pakistani singers, say the Amritsari qawwals Padmashri Ustad Puranchand and Ustad Pyarelal Wadali, who are glad to be a part of the unique Aman Ki Asha peace initiative by...
Music shows the way

Music shows the way

HYDERABAD: At around 07:30 pm on Friday, the strains of the ‘azan’ streamed into the Chowmahalla Palace like they do every evening. Only this time, the ‘azan’ notes blended...
A message for peace

A message for peace

Pakistan’s Ghulam Ali and India’s Hariharan will sing for Indo-Pak peace at the Aman Ki Asha concert, which will be held in Bangalore on January 23 His is the one voice that people from...