ahtribune/us/2016-election/1326-brian-cloughley.html http://bluechipmag.com/index.php/wert/143-pakistan-and-afghanistan-the-china-factor Thursday, 09 July 2015 by Brian Cloughley The author is a South Asia defence analyst and author of ‘A History of the Pakistan Army’ Since Ashraf Ghani became president of Afghanistan there has been moderation of the virulently anti-Pakistan stance in much of Kabul’s officialdom. No longer are there over-emotional outbursts concerning the … Read more Pakistan and Afghanistan — the China Factor
enacademic/dic.nsf/enwiki/11690732 Contrary to what one might think, the photography and styling segment of the Pakistani fashion industry is a male-dominated arena. It shouldn’t come as much of a surprise though, if one evaluates the reasons behind it: girls have always been discouraged in the fashion arena – which prior to 2000, the so-called media revolution … Read more Maram & Abroo – the dynamic duo doing it for themselves
“La femme est l’avenir de l’homme” (Woman is the future of man) so sang the French singer Jean Ferrat in 1975, inspired by a poem of Louis Aragon, and as a tribute to the progress of women’s movement as mentioned in the book under review. A women’s world, a better world?” by Muriel de Saint-Sauveur, … Read more A Women’s World A Better World?
Leading modern day philosopher, Alain de Botton has revolutionised attitudes towards the study of philosophy. His books like How Proust Can Change Your Life, The Consolations of Philosophy, The Art of Travel and The Architecture of Happiness, have successfully shifted philosophy from the inaccessible realm of academia to practical everyday life. With his wit and … Read more Alain de Botton – Enriching Life Through Philosophy
Adrian Anthony Gill talks about his book highly acclaimed book, The Golden Door: Letters to America. In his in-depth study on American history, ideology and culture, A.A Gill reveals the genius of America. He pays tribute to the struggle, toil and ardour put in by the European migrants who came to America to eke out … Read more The Golden Door by A.A. Gill