Shehzad Ghias

  • Every nation is an imagined community, to borrow from Benedict Anderson, creating the perception of a single unified whole for sociopolitical reasons thus nation building requires the construction of myths to construct a narrative; the perception of an idea that a group of people unite over. The ...

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  • As a teenager I lost a bet with a friend. I was at her mercy. She could make me do anything that she wanted to embarrass me. She chose to make me buy a sanitary pad at the LUMS Superstore in front of other students. I walked in brazenly, asked for one and duly paid for it. I was too young to ...

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  • As families were rushing their children to the hospital in Lahore, a part of the social media in Pakistan was more concerned with whether the Eiffel Tower changed its colours to show solidarity with Pakistan or not. If you are more concerned about the green on Eiffel Tower rather than the red at ...

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