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Final Draft

Dear All, So much grateful for your comment but I need more assistance kindly help again. I rewrite, rewrite and rewrite, kindly help again. Thanks. … Read More»

Pakistan: Women and Fiction Today

With three acclaimed novels behind her, writer Uzma Aslam Khan undoes formulaic assumptions of her homeland. Read More »

"We felt suffocated by the nervousness about our appearing in public, but also by the cruel irony that some of the nervousness was justified."

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White, dark, or middle tone? Who are you?

In today’s world you only need to be whiter or darker than someone to be hated by half Indians, half negroes or half muslims, or viceversa. … Read More»

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War- thoughts.

So recently I watched "Shooting Dogs" a movie that is based on the genocide in Rwanda. I cried. Angry tears. It is amazing how humanity can be so terrible. … Read More»

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Nation Building in the Mist of Destruction

When you as a woman is called to go to war, consider this allternative involvement in war and conflict zones. … Read More»

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Nigeria Needs New Make-Up Kit

Our leaders initiate this war Young men fight the war Women and children die in this war … Read More»

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Withholding "Love" in Times of War

Just last week, I read an interesting article about a one-week sex boycott taking place in Kenya by a local women’s movement called the Gender 10 (G10). … Read More»

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Spotlight on Afghanistan: Raping Women of their Freedoms

It wasn’t long ago that the women of Afghanistan were prisoners in their own country. … Read More»

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Sri Lanka is NOT silent, it speaks to those who will listen

A link on the World Pulse homepage led me to an article by Indian author Arundathi Roy, … Read More»

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Human-made intentional disasters, who are responsible, who suffer, who will solve?

What makes enormous challenges in the world? I will not say challenge, I would say INTENTIONAL DIFFICULTIES. If you think how we make our lives miserable doing some intense inconsiderable work. … Read More»

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