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... Mowadat's father, sister and guests from the UK. While driving me to his house, Mowadat explained his mother had PTSD from getting speared when she was 15 during the Partition in 1947. When the British left India, they decided to divide India and create Pakistan for Muslims, leaving India for Hindus. After the announcement there was mass hysteria as people tried taking over each other's properties, over 1 million were killed and 6 million forced to leave their ...
As soon as I entered, the first thing I noticed was the cold. Then the scenery came, and how beautiful was it! It was covered in snow. The huge boulder like mountains, and the glaciers were completely topped with snow. From far away, it looked like vanilla ice-cream. But, we had more important things to think about, rather than talk about ice-cream.
But how steep was it! We saw a few people and some mountain-goats climbing the mountain, and to ...
... lives and poor river dividing families over two decades.
Despite Natural Beauty Neelam desperately depends on farming and tourism to make daily ends meet. It is a story of Tanweer Jaan who is 45, standing just minutes away from the house, he hasn't been in 32 years. That's because the divide here runs deeper than the river, and he's standing on the wrong side of it. It is also the story of Fahad, that young boy of Keran, whose job is to seat tourists and guide them ...
Islamabad sightseeing and Uzbek Visa success!
So I'm chillin in Mansehra in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan at a pit stop on the bus to Gilgit-Baltistan, looking back at Islamabad.
Well Islamabad was quite a surprise. I was picturing it to be similar to Delhi, with loads of people, pollution, and noise. It turned out to be more of a suburban capital, with clean streets, business-like men and women, and lots of security everywhere. To blend in, ...
We were invited by some relatives to the city of Abbottabad in Khyber Pukhtonkhwah province It is about 2 hours drive from Islamabad. My father's cousin Dr Colonal shahina and her husband Dr AJ Khan own Frontier Medical College and Dr Shahina Hospital in Abbottabad. We were invited to ...