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In a general Yahoo opinion survey on Political Wisdom, the best answer was regarded as the one which stated that Political Wisdom was "hypocricy - by not being blunt and taking sides"! Interestingly, during the Islamabad Dharna episode, statements from some prominent personalities were projected by electronic and print media which accused a certain individual politician of being naïve on political wisdom. Interpreting it on face value, such statements communicated a perception that the concerned individual was not politically savvy and was not in possession of qualities which would categorize him as a wise, mature and successful politician.

On February 3 the Sindh High Court ordered the Karachi commissioner and law enforcement agencies to remove illegal barriers from the streets and submit a detailed report by February 24. There are three days left before the deadline, but not a pole, iron gate, and other kind of hurdles have been removed. It is to be presumed neither have the authorities prepared a detailed report. Everyone knew it would not happen, and that includes the judges who ordered the removal of the barriers.
The Spanish city of Cordoba boasts that different faiths have long co-existed there, but locals are now squabbling over its star tourist attraction: a cathedral that was once a mosque. One of the most famous Islamic monuments in Europe, the grand stone edifice dominates the old centre of the city in the southern Andalucia region.
Colour was the basic structure of the compositions in artworks by Noorjehan Bilgrami. She uses colour rather than line to represent shapes and forms. The framework of her artworks consists of materials, fabrics, colour, space and memories of the past. Her works were between textile, paint and print waiting to be discovered by others. The iconography showed an exploration of the autobiographical gestures. Her work was narrative and descriptive complementing the title "Under the Molsri Tree" of the solo exhibition at Koel Gallery, Karachi.
Felicia Zander had a brain hemorrhage when she was six and spent more than a year in and out of hospital for x-rays, MRIs and about a dozen operations under general aesthetic. Before each visit a group of animated characters on the hospital's website described what she would go through and calmed her fears. She became an avid follower of the "hospital adventures" of Pajette, a clown waiting to get his appendix out and Ville, a 10-year-old wild boar about to have a brain scan.
Most of us have fond memories of food from our childhood, from mom's home-made meals to birthday cake. It is the most pleasurable moments of life when you eat with your friends or family you really enjoy your life while doing so. And if you get a chance to live those pleasurable moments again you definitely will avail the opportunity.
Roasted, fresh, salted, delicious, crunchy and nutty peanuts are favourite winter snacks for people of all ages. Peanuts are basically legumes but they have all the properties of nuts like almonds, cashew nuts etc. One ounce of peanuts (about 28 unshelled nuts) contains about 170 calories, 7 grams protein, and 14 grams fat.
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