Day: October 29, 2011

Halloween – Harmless or Harmful Fun?

Halloween is a festival celebrated around the world on 31st October. It is a day which has become commercialised, most people being unaware of its true origins. Instead, most associate Halloween with only pumpkins, scary costumes, bonfires and trick or treating. Societies go to great lengths to ensure that no one […]

Where are they, now?

By Saroop Ijaz Published: October 15, 2011 Source/credit: The Express Tribune The former Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court, Khawaja Muhammad Sharif, has volunteered to represent Mumtaz Qadri. Ordinarily, a lawyer representing a client is an unremarkable phenomenon, even those accused of heinous crimes. The lowest of low amongst the criminals […]

Parental guidance is the key

Source: TOI on line. A $50 tattooed doll – a new product of a hugely successful toy brand in the US – has come under fire. Invoking writer Stieg Larrson’s best-selling Millennium trilogy’s edgy female heroine image, this limited edition toy has alarmed parents in America, who feel the tattoos […]