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"When your children die, you bury them in your heart; they only die the day you do," goes a Pashto language proverb common in parts of Pakistan.On Tuesday, more than 100 Pakistani mothers in the north-western city of Peshawar buried their children in their hearts forever. They sent them to school in the morning. Many never returned home, victims of a Taliban attack that left more than 140 dead.

Pakistan won the silver medal in the Champions Trophy hockey competition last Sunday in Bhubaneswar, India. The final was won by Olympic hockey gold medallist Germany, beating Pakistan 2-0. After a bad year in which Pakistan failed to qualify for the World Cup in June, and were also unable to book a direct entry to the 2016 Olympics after losing to India in the Asian Games final in South Korea in October, the year has ended on a happy note. Pakistani fans will agree with coach Shahnaz Sheikh that playing the final of the Champions Trophy was a victory in itself.
Just like a gorgeous spring morning Muna Siddiqui's paintings brighten the gallery with their awe-inspiring compositions. Highlighting the beauty and romance of Mother Nature in the form of flowers in beautiful breathtaking colours Muna's solo exhibition at Momart Gallery, Karachi was a fascinating experience.
Kids who feel accepted and supported by their peers "no matter what" are less likely to have negative feelings about themselves after a setback, new research suggests. Kids in the study who spent time thinking about how they had felt accepted and valued by their peers, even when they made mistakes, were less likely to feel badly about themselves after getting poor grades three weeks later.
ImageAll the buzz in London of late, if I can believe my recent holiday experience, is focused on Christmas plans - the presents, the restaurant reservations, the cash... I was reminded of a cartoon some time ago wherein a shopper laments, "Oh dear, I was so busy shopping that I forgot to have fun."
Drones are about to have a big impact on our lives, even if they will not be delivering our orders from Amazon any time soon, say experts. Civilian drones began to make headlines in 2014, and hype aside, could soon be in everyday use, particularly in France and the United States, which are at the cutting edge of the technology.
The history of Qawwali predates to more than 700 years. It is a form of Sufi devotional music. Love, devotion, and intimacy are three main ingredients of Qawwali. Its curative effects are generally known and native healers often recommend mentally disturbed people to attend Qawwali sessions.
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