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To me, Socks is/was an angelic cat By Nigar A plump and happy-go-lucky cat, Socks one day simply walked into the house where Tabby the ginger cat, and Pretty the dainty cat, also lived. I do not like calling the house ‘my house’ as much of the time Tabby and Pretty were hanging around there, […]

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My father’s ‘charity cover’ as he called it, was opened generously to anyone in need, irrespective of religion, caste or community, By Sehar One of the positive things that I remember about my late parents was their habit of budgeting their money in a book, with a record of ‘charity money’ too. I remember my […]

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Conferences need not be all about tall talk, tedious lectures and sumptuous lunches. Minimum waste and care for the environment around should also be part of conference logistics. By Nigar Conferences are great opportunities to meet people, to network and to gain new insights on various issues. ‘In Search of Well Being; Decoding Economics, Rethinking […]

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God is the Protector and helps all at the right time and right place By Nigar I love animals, birds and Nature in general. I like to be with them and around them. I had been staying in a lush green forested area for a few days. I was quite aware that snakes, scorpions and […]

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By Dara When a tree begins to emerges from the ground, it is in the form of what appears to be a feeble sapling. Its stem doesn’t as yet have the capacity to weather a storm. So, at this time, what does the little plant do? It becomes the epitome of gentleness. If a strong […]

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By Masood Ahmed It all began when I had made a decision to immigrate to Australia. As we settled, in my urge to socialize I caught up with a sceptics’ group who organised a Sunday assembly to divert children of God from Sunday school into Atheism. With Atheism there’re some outstanding issues regarding faith and […]

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Warmly accepting others, and being accepted, as a fellow human being beyond religious identities and labels is one of the many wonderful things I learnt during my stay at a Christian Interfaith Ashram. By Nigar Surrounded by tall trees and bushes bursting with flowers, the chirping of birds, the excited shrieks of squirrels, the barking […]

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