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Nation in ruins, Cadillac, Aircraft,...

By Nasim Yousaf Since 1947, Pakistan has faced...

The Road to Freedom: Documentary...

By Special Correspondent In a groundbreaking cinematic endeavor,...

Nation in ruins, Cadillac, Aircraft, and Lincoln in view: Jinnah’s leadership examined

By Nasim Yousaf Since 1947, Pakistan has faced a tumultuous history marked by political upheavals, economic difficulties, corruption, and instability, with Muhammad Ali Jinnah serving as the inaugural Governor General. The nation was not given a sound foundation, and its challenges can be attributed to Jinnah's lack of foresight, limited governance experience, dictatorial tendencies, and the suppression of opposition figures like Allama Mashriqi. Furthermore, Jinnah's extravagant choices set a lasting precedent in the political landscape. Early communications between the newly appointed Pakistani Ambassador, Mirza Abol Hassan Ispahani, and Governor General...

Nation in ruins,...

By Nasim Yousaf Since 1947, Pakistan has faced a tumultuous history marked by political upheavals, economic difficulties, corruption, and instability, with Muhammad Ali Jinnah serving...

The Road to...

By Special Correspondent In a groundbreaking cinematic endeavor, the long-awaited documentary "The Road to Freedom: Allama Mashriqi's Historic Journey from Amritsar to Lahore" will make...

March to Freedom:...

By Nasim Yousaf On March 19, 1940, a Khaksar march with chup raast commenced, and the resolute rhythm of Khaksar boots echoed through the streets...

Are the history...

By Nasim Yousaf People around the world have been made to believe that M.A. Jinnah created Pakistan, that M.K. Gandhi was the champion of India’s...

Allama Mashriqi and...

By Nasim Yousaf For centuries, the institution of the Khalifa (Caliph), the temporal Head of Muslims around the world, was seen as an important symbol...

Allama Mashriqi’s life...

By Nasim Yousaf  “Those who aspire to become leaders must first part with all their worldly possessions in the name of God and then seek...

Edhi was inspired...

By Nasim Yousaf Legendary philanthropist and social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi (1928-2016) was born in the small village of Bantva, Gujrat (North of Mumbai) in...

India & Pakistan...

By Nasim Yousaf Has a powerful ruler ever transferred power without facing a significant threat to their rule? The Indian sub-continent’s freedom was inconceivable without...

Allama Mashriqi and...

By By Nasim Yousaf Allama Mashriqi was a prominent reformer, revolutionary, and humanitarian from the Indian sub-continent. One of the reasons for Mashriqi’s popularity was...
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