Girl, 14, Stripped & Forced To Run Naked Through Village To Punish Her Adulterous Brother https://tmbw.news/girl-14-stripped-forced-to-run-naked-through-village-to-punish-her-adulterous-brother  This is so messed up. A group of Pakistani men forced a 14-year-old girl to strip naked before parading her around in public. The reason? Her brother was caught having an affair.In completely terrible news, nine men abducted a young girl , and then made her run through a Pakistani village completely…

Girl, 14, Stripped & Forced To Run Naked Through Village To Punish Her Adulterous Brother https://tmbw.news/girl-14-stripped-forced-to-run-naked-through-village-to-punish-her-adulterous-brother This is so messed up. A group of Pakistani men forced a 14-year-old girl to strip naked before parading her around in public. The reason? Her brother was caught having an affair.In completely terrible news, nine men abducted a young girl , and then made her run through a Pakistani village completely…

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Bina Shah - Author of A Season of Martyrs - Bina Shah has recently become a regular contributor to The International New York Times. She is a Pakistani writer who is a frequent guest on the BBC.  She has contributed essays to Granta, The Independent, and The Guardian and writes a monthly column for Dawn, the top English-language newspaper in Pakistan.

"The historical and mythical aspects of this important novel are to be savored: Bina Shah is an admirable writer.

by kumailn / : Dawn is the biggest/oldest English newspaper in Pakistan. My entire family reads it & has my whole life. Since I was a kid, I remember my family talking about Dawn articles. "Did you read the editorial in Dawn about..." If it was in Dawn, it was true. Today, they did a feature on #TheBigSick & gave it a glowing review. I know this sounds like bragging, but I'm feeling unexpectedly emotional about it. I'm hearing from family & friends I haven't heard from in years. It's the…

by kumailn / : Dawn is the biggest/oldest English newspaper in Pakistan. My entire family reads it & has my whole life. Since I was a kid, I remember my family talking about Dawn articles. "Did you read the editorial in Dawn about..." If it was in Dawn, it was true. Today, they did a feature on #TheBigSick & gave it a glowing review. I know this sounds like bragging, but I'm feeling unexpectedly emotional about it. I'm hearing from family & friends I haven't heard from in years. It's the…

This undated photo shows Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl at an undisclosed location with a copy of the English language newspaper Dawn. According to the Wall Street Journal Pearl has been kidnapped by the previously unknown group National Movement for the Restoration of Pakistani Sovereignty who are demanding the release of suspected Pakistani terrorists in US custody at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba.

Khalid Sheik Mohammed killed U.S. journalist Daniel Pearl, report finds

Jan 2002 - Reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped in Karachi, Pakistan. February 2002 – Kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl is murdered in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Pakistani actress Meera was the target of trolls on micro-blogging site Twitter, after she uploaded a picture of herself on the social media site reading Dawn newspaper. Meera has often been the ta…

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Farooq Qaiser (Urdu: فاروق قیصر‎) (born October 31 Lahore) is a Pakistani artist, columnist, director, puppeteer, script writer and voice actor. He is also author of some books.[1] Qaiser is well known for his fictional puppet Uncle Sargam introduced in 1976 in children's television show Kaliyan.[2] Farooq is also a cartoonist, columnist and writing for the newspaper Daily Nai Baat in Lahore and famous for his column writing name Meethay Karelay (English: Sweet gourd).[3]

Farooq Qaiser (Urdu: فاروق قیصر‎) (born October 31 Lahore) is a Pakistani artist, columnist, director, puppeteer, script writer and voice actor. He is also author of some books.[1] Qaiser is well known for his fictional puppet Uncle Sargam introduced in 1976 in children's television show Kaliyan.[2] Farooq is also a cartoonist, columnist and writing for the newspaper Daily Nai Baat in Lahore and famous for his column writing name Meethay Karelay (English: Sweet gourd).[3]

Nirupama Dutt, born in 1955, is an Indian poet, journalist and translator.[1] She writes poems in Punjabi, and sometimes translates them in English.  A senior journalist with thirty years of experience, she has worked with leading Indian newspapers and journals. She has published one volume of poems – Ik Nadi Sanwali Jahi (A Stream Somewhat Dark) – for which she was awarded the Delhi Punjabi Akademi Award in 2000. She is also know to work on the book "Half the Sky".

Nirupama Dutt, born in 1955, is an Indian poet, journalist and translator.[1] She writes poems in Punjabi, and sometimes translates them in English. A senior journalist with thirty years of experience, she has worked with leading Indian newspapers and journals. She has published one volume of poems – Ik Nadi Sanwali Jahi (A Stream Somewhat Dark) – for which she was awarded the Delhi Punjabi Akademi Award in 2000. She is also know to work on the book "Half the Sky".

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