Archive for January, 2011

Nature: Through My Eyes

By Samia Hamid Khan University of the Punjab Lahore Related Posts روحانیت کی خوشبو The Path Humility and Gratitude Book Review: Eve Green by Susan Fletcher Uniform System of Education

In: Happenings

The Strange Tone

By Majid Mehmood Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology Topi Related Posts GOT DRAMA? 13th CDES All Pakistan Performing Arts Festival GIKI Clinches Its Victory, yet Again, at P&G IEEE – GIKI National Electronics Olympiad 2011 3rd Youth Leadership Symposium, 2011 Counter-Opinion: Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall!…

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Lahore Lahore Aye

By Madeeha Hasan Government College University Lahore Related Posts The Power of Exchange Opinion: Terrorism and Islam Pakistan – India: Peace? Government College University

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Hypersensitivities – The Salman Taseer Issue

By Aaishah Abu Bakr Kinnaird College for Women Lahore Image source: steynian.wordpress.com   I was genuinely touched by Salmaan Taseer’s murder. Wait a minute before issuing a fatwa. I didn’t say I liked him as a politician or person or that I supported his view on the Blasphemy Law. I…

In: Opinions Social Issues

Realisation

By Lubaina Ehsan She considered the world to go against her, until she realised she was hanging upside down.

In: Stories

A ‘Nan’ or a Leaf? :D

By Ahmad Ali Shams

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Hanging on the Edge of Calamity

By Zeeshan Ahmed Isra University Hyderabad The picture above reflects a man on the edge of his mortality as he is does his job. While some might find this picture quite horrific, and some others interesting; the fact remains that this man might be breathing for the last time, and…

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Heavens

By Tuba Khan Ziauddin University Karachi Related Posts Of Emotions and Desires Seaside

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In response to The Murder of Rationality: THINK AGAIN!

By Asma Zia I agree with every dot and dash of the article written by Ali Suleman. Especially with the lines that stated this action was a murder of justice, tolerance, sanity and rationality. But what followed it, i.e. the thing about changing ourselves first… well that’s a point! Let’s…

In: Opinions Social Issues

Tamasha – Rebranding of Pakistan

‘Tamasha 2010′, a multidimensional event held at FAST Islamabad, offered 200 students from 30 universities of the country opportunities to express their talent in a variety of artistic and cultural pursuits. ‘Tamasha 2010’ aimed to ‘break the silence’. After attempting to reach out to the youth, what’s required is a…

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Innocence

By Hassan Raza University of Engineering and Technology Taxila Related Posts Shylock, the Jew – An Analysis Autumn Happy Birthday Salman Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) Programme 2010 Flood Relief Activities at Kot Addu

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The Murder of Rationality

By Ali Suleman COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Islamabad

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World through My Eyes

Haris Bin Saqib of NUST Business School wins first prize in Wall Graffiti @ NASTEC! Related Posts 1st Intra-NUST Wall Climbing Competition SHOCKING FACT: Girls Curfew AT GIKI! (We’re Back in the Stone Age.) Our Community, Tamasha and My Photography I’m Thankful to God for Happy Birthday, Ce

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Happy Birthday, SK

Saeed Khan aka SK is a final year student of Electrical Engineering at College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, NUST. Saeed loves gaming on PC, Xbox 360 and Play Station 2. He plays single as well as mutliplayer games. His favourite online games include MOHAA and COD4. Saeed has won…

In: Specials

Happy Birthday, Madeeha

Madeeha Hassan is a student of B.Sc (Hons) Biotechnology at GC University, Lahore and is the newest addition to the OC family. Serving as the Creative Head, Madeeha has undoubtedly renewed vitality to the OC. She loves to hang out with friends, playing her guitar and designing all manner of…

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