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Citizen News Jaipur

By: Jaipur City Reporter | May 14, 2016

A few months ago, a Hindu member of the National Assembly of Pakistan had had it. In a spontaneous outburst, he charged that members of parliament routinely ridicule the Hindu religion and always treat Hindus and Indians synonymously. “Why can’t we be called Pakistanis?” he wondered in the end. This barely one-minute reaction in parliament hit the nail on the head. However, his fellow parliamentarians and the general public heard him and then ignored him. After all, this is what has been happening in Pakistan since its inception, so why change now? When Pakistan was created, about 25 per cent of western Pakistan and 30 per cent of eastern Pakistan was composed of non-Muslims, not an inconsequential percentage. This percentage quickly dec...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | September 10, 2014

impressions
My Delhi routine
The charm of the city lies not in its historical monuments or famous shopping areas but rather in its culture
By Naila Inayat
 
On my right, a girl types away rather intensely and time-and-again she looks at the door of the café, while on my left a young couple can’t decide on their weekend plans: movie, dinner, shopping, or all. This is a typical Café Coffee Day (CCD) scene at the Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, a place that is always abuzz with youngsters regardless of whether they are travelling by Metro or not.
Three days into my first ever trip to Delhi and I too have also become a regular CCD guest. It was a three-day ‘South Asian media briefing on climate...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | October 15, 2013

The city of djinns

By: Jaipur City Reporter | October 14, 2013

This Independence Day I long for peace with India 

 

Published: August 15, 2013
 
Source: http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/18503/this-independence-day-i-long-for-peace-with-india/
 
I have hope that the common bonds of love, culture and mutual interests will win out and the dark stories of rejected visas and border disputes will be washed away. PHOTO: AFP
“Panchee, nadiya, pawan kay jhokay,
Koi sarhad na inhay rokay,
Sarhad insaanon kay liye hai,
Socho tum nay aur mainay kya paya insan hokay  - Javed Akhtar
(Birds, streams, the flowing breeze
No border can stop them
Borders were made for mankind
Just think,  what did you and I get for being human?)
Monday, 5:4...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | October 14, 2013

 
Khushal KhanThursday, March 07, 2013
 
Source: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-14-163771-A-Pakistani-student-in-India
 

 
It was in June 2007 that I joined Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi, India, as a student. I had appeared in a three-hour subjective entrance exam held at a local government school while visiting Delhi a couple of months before. There were many other prospective students but I must have been the only Pakistani. I returned to Pakistan soon afterwards, and was thrilled to learn some time later that I had passed, and had gained admission to the Social Sciences Department at JNU to pursue my Masters in Sociology.
The website for the Indian High Commission in Pakistan ...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | October 14, 2013

A Pakistani in India 

Published: February 7, 2013 
 
Source: http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/15965/a-pakistani-in-india/
 
Now the common challenge is to find a middle ground for real stakeholders, who becomes aliens within Hindustan. PHOTO: AZAM KHAN
History, unfortunately, has given Indian and Pakistan varying reasons for hostility. It is sad to see two nations with so much in common distrust and, in general, hate each other. The media rampant with messages of anger against the ‘other’ and thus, choosing the path of friendship or normalisation is a mission of passion.
Travelling from Islamabad to New Delhi, however, has changed my perspective to a great ext...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | October 14, 2013

My visit to the Taj Mahal 

Published: October 12, 2013
 
source: http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/18680/my-visit-to-the-taj-mahal/
 
After returning from an action-packed trip to India – with a wedding, a family reunion and a tour of a country rich in culture and tradition – there is so much I want to share! This trip was truly incredible and we are still in a state of wonder and awe.
Our trip began in Delhi and, believe me, landing in Delhi was like arriving in Lahore. The similarities were unbelievable – the people, the roads, the buildings, the architecture and the food all reminded us of things back home. I would not be exaggerating if I said that Delhi and Lahore could be twin cities.
Initially we w...

By: Jaipur City Reporter | October 14, 2013

A Pakistani in Delhi

Farooq Sulehria  
http://www.thenews.com.pk/PrintEdition.aspx?ID=183118&Cat=9&dt=10/14/2013

On January 6, I nervously landed at the Delhi airport. I say nervously because I wasn’t there as a tourist. I had gone to India as a researcher – to spend six months conducting research on the Indian media. As a Pakistani, I was uncertain if I’d be able to get my work done without being suspected of any other activities.
On reaching India, however, it did not take long to for my nervousness to dissipate. My Pakistani origin, I soon discovered, was not a disadvantage. On the contrary, my Pakistaniat was not only helping me achieve desired research goals, it also began to pose gastronomic challeng...