LK Advani – Perfect Icon of Harmony

by TANVEER AHMED, Ex-Chairman Haj Committee of India

I am pleased and honored to forward this on behalf of a great writer about L. K. Adavani Jee. Please go through the following link and have a look on the personality of a Ever Great man in History of Indian politics and please let the people decide their views about this great man so far they have. Please spend your valuable 10 minutes on it because its time to take a decision and know about the person who is going to lead and make us feel proud.

Please read my views regarding Advani ji and BJP in the forum click subject Social Justice and Social Harmony and then read my opinion on LK ADVANI: A PERFECT ICON OF HARMONY and mail your comments.

Lal Krishan AdvaniA Beacon of Humanity, Click here

Noted Sindhi writer, poet and educationist Qamar Shahbaz passes away

Qamar Shahbaz Dies at 70 in Karachi

“A giant,” of Sindhi language and Literate Qamar Shahbaz has passed away on Tuesday, May 05, 2009 at 7 am at his residence in Karachi, Sindh due to cardiac failure.

Qamar Shahbaz has great contribution in Drama, fiction, poetry, actor, performer, writer, and in a way journalist, a real columnist (without mixing intellectual theorizations) with sarcastic and satiric. He was an outstanding speaker, the way he rendered the words of Sindhi, Urdu and English was very impressive.

His old friend, Agha Saleem, was telling me that he recently had started collecting his works, he went to Sindhiology and Sindhi Adabi Board for the collection of his short stories in magazines and articles from Newspapers. Agha Saleem believes Qamar Shahbaz lived movement to movement in our lives.

Qamar Shahbaz had strong leadership qualities, superfluous expressions with courageous ideas and he attracted people by his writings and speeches. He was a class fellow and close friend of great Sindhi story writer, Amar Jalil, both hail from Nawab Shah.

The last time I saw him was at Arts Council Karachi’s Culture Department’s program of ‘Birth day of Shaikh Ayaz’.


By: Iqbal Tareen, Washington, DC

– May 1, 2009

Ethnic violence in Karachi-MQM’s broken moral compass

I was thrilled to see a joint press conference held by Pakistan People’s Party home minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza, Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Dr Farooq Sattar and Awami National Party leader Amin Khattak in which they declared not to side with the perpetrators of ethnic violence in Karachi. I should have known it was too good to be true. Within a few hours another press conference called by MQM demanded a selective enforcement of the law.


Not Guilty of Murder

In May 1989, Kenneth Parks of Toronto, Canada drove 14 miles from his home to his in-law’s home and killed his mother-in-law with a tire iron rod. He also beat his father in law too. He claimed asleep the whole time, and after hearing testimony from mental-health professionals & sleep specialists, a jury believed it.