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  • Dog eat dog

    It was almost 40 years ago that a dog-eat-dog logic was reasserted in Pakistani politics by the Zia regime, following a period of great political upheaval...

    One hopes that such initiatives represent the beginning of a genuine alternative to our dog eat dog political world...

  • Dog eat dog

    It was almost 40 years ago that a dog-eat-dog logic was reasserted in Pakistani politics by the Zia regime, following a period of great political upheaval...

    One hopes that such initiatives represent the beginning of a genuine alternative to our dog eat dog political world...

  • Seven years on, Urs of Potohar’s patron saint yet to be celebrated

    Every day, hundreds of people visit the shrine of Shah Abdul Latif Kazmi, commonly known as Bari Imam Sarkar, the most revered Sufi saint of the Potohar region...

    Sitting on a prayer mat along with other devotees on the premises of the shrine, Mr Zaman said by banning the Urs celebration, the government had deprived the followers of the Sufi saint of the opportunity to observe their religious ritual...

  • TRIBUTE: THE GERMAN SAINT OF PAKISTAN

    She was on her way to India in the 1960s to begin her missionary work (she was a member of the Catholic Order of the Daughters of the Heart of Mary) and had taken a stopover in Karachi due to some visa issues...

    “I saw a young man crawl on hands and feet into this dispensary, acting as if this was quite normal, as if someone has to crawl there through that slime and dirt on hands and feet, like a dog...

  • Harking Back: Punjabi ‘sadhu’ whom the Pope accepted as a saint

    The figures are those of the Prophet Isaiah, the Apostle Saint Peter and a Sundar Singh, who had studied and lived in Lahore...

    What was a Lahori doing among the saints of Christianity? How did this man locked in a deep dark well by Nepal’s chief Lama and left to die, manage to escape in a miracle that still baffles the mind? Why did the Pope, finally, consecrate him as a saint? This person had to be explored and what emerged was an...

  • Mother Teresa of Calcutta to be made saint: Vatican

    VATICAN CITY: Mother Teresa of Calcutta, the Nobel laureate who dedicated her life to helping the poorest of the poor, will be made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, the Vatican said on Friday...

    Known as the “saint of the gutters”, the diminutive nun is expected to be canonised in early September...

  • France’s Mont-Saint-Michel recovers its island status

    PARIS: French President Francois Hollande has visited the ancient abbey Mont-Saint-Michel to inaugurate the bridge meant to ensure the site’s island status, finalising 10 years of construction...

    ”Visitors now use a car park on the mainland and travel to Mont-Saint-Michel on foot or by using a shuttle service...

  • Saint Laurent Palladium show features glam androgynous style

    Couture clothing designer Saint Laurent presented the feminine style — in silk, leather and sequins — for both genders at its rock ‘n’ roll-inspired runway show on Wednesday in Los Angeles...

    Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane entertained his starry audience with a series of flamboyant, stage-ready looks...

  • Saint’s urs celebrations begin at border

    Later, the participants handed over a wreath to the officials of Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) who placed it on the grave of the saint in the Ramgarh sector in Samba district of India...

    Devotees from either side of the border participate in the fairs held in Pakistan and India...

  • Artichive: Saint George and the Dragon

    Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (1483 -1520), commonly known as Raphael, painted ‘Saint George and the Dragon’ oil on panel, (11 1/4 inches x 8 7/16 inches) in 1506 when he was only 23 years old...

    This canvas is unique in the sense that Raphael shows the legend of a youthful male — Saint George, the patron saint of England — who is risking his life to save a princess and her kingdom from a “dragon” who had captured her...

  • Mother Teresa declared a saint by Pope Francis

    VATICAN CITY: Mother Teresa, the nun whose work with the dying and destitute of Kolkata made her a global icon of Christian charity, was made a saint on Sunday...

    we declare and define Blessed Teresa of Calcutta (Kolkata) to be a Saint and we enroll her among the Saints, decreeing that she is to be venerated as such by the whole Church,” the pontiff said in Latin...

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