Mythos

  • TAfter a disastrous 2013-14 season which saw Manchester United finish 7th in the league, eliminating them from both the Uefa Champions League and the Europa League, Louis Van Gaal's Manchester United managed to finish fourth in 2014-15 season and has booked a seat in the 2015-16 Champions League ...

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  • TIt has been six years since the King of Pop, Space Michael, Mike Michael Jackson left us forever. Yesterday marked the 6th death anniversary of the greatest phenomenon, the biggest draw, the most popular super-star on the planet, the mega-talented Michael Jackson. He was a singer, songwriter, ...

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  • TTonight is the most-awaited night of the year in European football. The night the UEFA Champions League comes to conclusion in all its glory. The stage is all set at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, the venue for the 2006 World Cup final, for La Liga champions FC Barcelona and Serie A champions ...

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  • TI am a mujahid. My operational area is the social media – Facebook and Twitter, to be precise. I have been tagged an e-Talib, a cyber-mujahid, a keyboard-jihadist and what-not. But these terms do not strike anyone with specificity and carry a vagueness which I personally dislike more than ...

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  • TWhile reading the book ''Ideas: A history from Fire to Freud'' by Peter Watson, I came across two notable Latin expressions i.e carpe diem (seize the moment) and momento mori (remember thou must die). Each one of them stimulated an urgent attention and I started thinking about their implication on ...

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  • TExcept for pleasure reading, mythology doesn't attract me. I am not a sailor threatened by Scylla and Charybdis. I am most certainly not a prehistoric ghost but a living human being of 21st century. Unlike most of my Sharia-loving, Jihad-promoting, hate-mongering, vitriol-spewing and logic-shunning ...

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  • T''Go to hell'' – a lethal expression that has found an enhanced frequency in the day-to-day verbal interaction among people in Pakistani society. Of course not all, not even a majority of them, use the same expression and wording, the variety that comes in use in the sovereign vituperation ...

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  • TA.D 1543 is the year De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres) – the influential and pioneering book of Nicolaus Copernicus – was published. Copernicus died the day or few days after the book was published but provided the basis for a model that ...

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  • TThe past few days have proven themselves to be a turbulent period for Pakistani cyber-mujahedeen, which started with the emergence of an extremely indecent, indecorous and utterly gross trend on Twitter – “#EkCrorePakistanMulhid”. Just listening to the name of the trend gave ...

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  • TDr. Aamir Liaqat is a curious case. A mere mention of this name can turn any serious, erudite discussion into a hilarious travesty. And why not? Expecting reasonable and rational behaviour from him is as useless as traffic lights in GTA. His antics aren't unknown to many and he keeps adding to them ...

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  • TIt has been more than a month since the release of Aamir Khan's (and Rajkumar Hirani's) earth-shattering release, the movie PK, which caused quite a bit of commotion and unrest for reasons well-known. What made it a phenomenal success and rendered it equally popular in audience from all walks of ...

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  • TSometimes it’s better to be the bottom of the table or not in the list at all. While that may sound ludicrous when talking of a sports or academic competition; the race for an Olympic gold medal or the list of countries with highest literacy rate; it sounds more prudent when the table is that ...

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