Is our civil society and government ready to take over war against terror?

By Tariq Mahmud

Crime and Punishment by the great Russian novelist, Fyodor Dostoyevsky aptly depicts the moral dilemma of the protagonist, Rodion Raskolnikov, and the spiritual void through which 19th century Russia was passing through. Raskolnikov, an ex-student, conceives a plan to kill an old lady, a pawn broker, rob her of cash . . . → Read More: Is our civil society and government ready to take over war against terror?

Public destroying Lahore Fort architecture

By Sonia Malik

Sergeant Barry of the Indian British Army etched his name, regiment number and birth place on a white marble pillar at Emperor Akbar’s Diwan-i-Khaas at the Lahore Fort in 1886. It is one of the oldest surviving examples of vandalism at the city’s iconic monument.

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