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Journalists and fellowship antics

The general perception in the journalistic community in Pakistan is that the difficult part is managing to wangle a fellowship in a Western country, be it through the right connections, being at the right place at the right time, getting lucky, calling in a favor or blackmailing your way  Read more...

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Bikram Vohra Mind your language

I was teaching a class the other day and sharing my favorite 'isms' from back home with the students. Like, 'I am not remembering it.' Because 'it is not coming in my mind.' Maybe because 'sleep is coming'. There ...Read more...


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The Orient Press of India, a newswire founded by Syed Mohammad in 1942, was closed down in 1948 (The Press in Chains - Zamir Jafri).