Khaab Khayaal Saraab

Monday, February 23, 2004

Amy Goodman's interview of Michael Parenti, author and political analyst, caught my attention. His newest book "The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People's History of Ancient Rome" has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.

parallells, parallels, parallels:

  • Haiti and Pakistan. [tho often we use the other cousin]
  • Janet and AQ

  • Interesting thing is, Christian Churches are banned in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. I really wonder about how The Prophet would feel about his homeland not having any places of worship for the community of believeres he thought closest to his Ummah...

    Friday, February 20, 2004

    Views from South Asia:


    Thursday, February 19, 2004

    Art from Pakistan: Links


    Sunday, February 15, 2004

    India mulls curbs on its N-scientists
    NEW DELHI, Feb 15: India is considering restrictions on top
    experts working abroad, after becoming alarmed at the number of
    Indian scientists employed in Libya, a newspaper said on Sunday.


    Neighbours concerned over risks of Iraq's partition
    By Syed Rashid Husain
    RIYADH, Feb 15: Iraq's neighbouring countries, Saudi Arabia,
    Kuwait, Egypt, Iran, Kuwait, Turkey, Jordan, Syria, Bahrain
    wrapped up a two-day regional meeting on Sunday, by stressing the
    importance of preserving Iraq's territorial integrity and
    respecting its sovereignty, apparently concerned over the recent
    empowerment of Kurdish and Shia groups and its implications for
    the country's unity and stability.....


    Saturday, February 14, 2004

    IAEA for Big-5 move towards disarmament
    Staff Reporter
    NEW YORK, Feb 13: The head of the International Atomic Agency
    (IAEA), Mohamed ElBaradei, on Thursday called upon the five
    nuclear states recognized under the non-proliferation treaty
    (NPT)- Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States - to
    move towards disarmament.

    "Recent agreements between Russia and the United States are
    commendable, but they should be verifiable and irreversible. A
    clear roadmap for nuclear disarmament should be established _
    starting with a major reduction in the 30,000 nuclear warheads
    still in existence _ and bringing into force the long-awaited
    Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty," he wrote in an article
    published in the New York Times.....


    Wednesday, February 04, 2004

    Da Vinci Code