Laxman Komal’s Autobiography Launch in Karachi, Sindh

Shah Latif Chair University of Karachi and Institute of Sindhiology are jointly  hosting a Book launching ceremony of noted Indian Sindhi poet and journalist Luxman Komal (for years associated with Times of India) autobiography book, part II. It is published by Sojhro Publication, Karachi , first part of the autobiography was published in 2005 by same publication.

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WASHINGTON DIARY: History as we know it

Dr Manzur Ejaz, USA

Courtesy & Thanks: Wichaar.com, July 8th, 2008

An overhaul of the entire curriculum is a prerequisite for any positive change in the Pakistani psyche. Unfortunately, it is reluctantly being done under US pressure, which is leading to misperceptions of its own

“Was Aurangzeb a brutal emperor?” a fairly educated journalist asked me, after watching the play The Trial of Dara Shikoh. The question was revealing because it shows that the teaching of history leaves with our students concocted fiction rather than fact-based records of the present and past.

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