History has never been a particularly interesting subject for me, but on 7th September, 1965, I had the unique opportunity of seeing history being made.
I shall not hesitate to accept that, ever since, my prejudices against history have weakened quite a bit.
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By Aroosa Shaukat
LAHORE: Aiming to entice more young readers by portraying books not just as sources of learning but also of fun and entertainment, organisers launched the month-long Oxford Book Fair 2012 in 11 cities and 14 locations across the country on Monday.
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For a country that appears frequently in international headlines, most people worldwide have little knowledge about the real Pakistan. Its role in the war on terror is of great interest but few have fully explored what values, beliefs and ambitions of the natives really are. The dominant discourse about Pakistanis is of a traditional, patriarchal, . . . → Read More: Breaking Boundaries