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37 Korean Troops Convert to Islam

“I became a Muslim because I felt Islam was more humanistic and peaceful than other religions. And if you can religiously connect with the locals, I think it could be a big help… Continue reading


Miss Pakistan Earth Nosheen Idrees Set to Take Off at Miss Earth 2008

  Nosheen Idrees the 22 year old from Jhelum Pakistan will be representing Pakistan in the Miss Earth pageant. Nosheen was crowned the third runner up for the Miss Pakistan World pageant on… Continue reading

Its all about ‘CHANGE’

Back in the early naughtiess private television in Pakistan was born, the first network brave enough too launch there own channel gave a chance to a number off new comers, some off them… Continue reading

A Precursor to More War Crimes?

In the pre-dawn hours of Wednesday, September 3, three U..S. helicopters carrying U.S. Special Operations Forces swooped down onto the Pakistani village of Musa Nika, in South Waziristan, killing fifteen to twenty people… Continue reading

Fasting not fighting as Muslims mark Ramadan

Muslims around the world this week begin the fasting and feasting month of Ramadan amid hopes of violence easing in some of the Islamic world’s conflict hotspots but hit hard by rising food… Continue reading

Trade unions in Pakistan u must be joking

A couple of days back I took a rickshaw back from work, I had one off the most delightfull converstions off all times .  He seemed energetic, full off life with an urge to do… Continue reading

‘Singh Is Kinng’ in Pakistan: 3.18 cr. in 24 days

After 24 days, the gross collections of SINGH IS KINNG are an amazing Rs. 3,17,99,959 [3.18 crores] in Pakistan. The fourth weekend total is Rs. 39,40,299. The break-up:- Lahore: DHA 9,86,520, Sozo 3,47,380,… Continue reading

Indian officials tell poor people to start eating rats: ‘The beauty is we have billions of them’

Indians living in one of the country’s poorest state have been told to eat rats. The rodents are already consumed by an impoverished caste in Bihar called the Musahars or ‘rat-eaters’  –  but… Continue reading