Healing is different from cure, conveys Pirates Of Chemotherapy. By Bobby Ramakant

When we first heard of a dramatic comedy theatre play on breast cancer, it was difficult to comprehend how will the three go together? Comedy, theatre and poignant theme of breast cancer! Glad we went for the preview show of this play because it did justice to comedy, theatre and breast cancer is


India, under military ultimatum, should demand from Pakistan the JeM leaders & PoK. By Hem Raj Jain

Instead of depending on veto wielding UN, India should demand from Pakistan under military ultimatum the PoK & JeM leaders responsible for Pulwama terrorist attack

--The Government of India (GOI) has condemned (https://www.mea.gov.in/press-releases.htm?dtl/31053/India+strongly+conde


Al Shabaab Jumps on the Anti-Israel, Anti-Trump Bandwagon. By A.J. Caschetta

The Somalian terrorist organization al Shabaab recently explained that its attack at the DusitD2 hotel in Kenya on Jan. 15 was retaliation for U.S. policy in Israel. The group's statement claimed, "The Mujahideen carried out this operation ... [as] a response to the witless remarks of U.


Pope Francis' "ark of fraternity" floats all faiths ... until it sinks. By Dr. Ashraf Ramelah

The three-day Conference on Human Fraternity was an event recently held on February 3 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, where seven hundred religious leaders from around world gathered to hear the speeches of Pope Francis and Grand Imam Al Tayeb. Two of the world’s three leaders of the Ab


Death for Drinking Adam’s Ale. By Stephen Gill

A cup of water in the hellish heat of the May in the Panjab of Pakistan threw Asia Bibi on death row for eight years for insulting the Prophet Muhammad. In jail she suffered from intestinal bleeding and became so week that often she was not able to walk. The windowless cell where there was no dif



The Supreme Court of Pakistan, finally set aside a review petition of a Christian woman Aasia Bibi, accused of blasphemy, after spent more than 8 years in prison. The decision is being warmly welcomed by rights activists, local and international community. The judgement is unclear about the actio


Lord Jesus Christ the 25th Teerthankar of Jainism. By Hem Raj Jain

Generally, in various books, magazines articles etc (not only in India where Mahavir Swami and Gautama Buddha preached in 6th century BCE, but in other countries too) it is said that Mahavir Swami and Gautama Buddha were contemporary and Gautama Buddha started Buddhism whereas Jainism was started


Business as usual will fail us on cancer control, SDGs. By Bobby Ramakant

 193 governments including those of India, committed to reducing burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancers by 25% by 2025 and one-third by 2030 (UN Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs), but many cancer rates are rising, not declining, especially in several high burden coun


Balochistan a disputed territory of Pakistan. By Farooq Ahmad

Balochistan: If referendum is the ultimate mechanism for resolution of the Kashmir conflict, then the same principle should apply to Balochistan, where the Pak security forces have brutally repressed the Baloch nationalist movement for more than two decades.

Balochistan, which is Pakist


An introduction to the disputed territory of Gilgit Baltistan: The Himalayan flashpoint: EFSAS report

The making of the division of Jammu & Kashmir: The geopolitical entity of Gilgit Baltistan, which may be called the northern tip of the Indian subcontinent, emerged conspicuously on the map of Asia after the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) opened its long and elusive debate on the Jamm


USA has 21 days to constrain its President and Congress to amend & improve immigration laws. By Hem Raj Jain

President Donald Trump on Friday January, 25 announced through a speech that a tentative deal has been reached to temporarily end the shutdown and reopen the government after 35 days, the longest in U.S. history. In this speech Trump rightly pin-pointed the main problem namely inadequate US Laws


Stephen Gill on Writing: Poetry is Subjective or Objective

Stephen Gill is starting regular features, changing every week from one to two features to answer questions which have been published before in a book, and elsewhere. The total features would be from 90 to 100, and every feature will have a different picture. He would like to encourage readers to


Trump is Handing Over the Middle East to Russia and Iran. By Manish Rai

American forces have started withdrawing their equipment from Syria as part of President Trump’s order last month to pull out from Northwest Syria. President Trump announced that they are withdrawing because, in his view, the Islamic State has been defeated. But even the United States close


Pope Francis Suppresses Ecclesia Dei, Transfers Duties to CDF. By Edward Pentin

The Vatican says the decision has been taken because ‘conditions and circumstances change,’ but that dialogue towards regularization of the SSPX ‘continues.’

As had been widely expected, Pope Francis has issued a papal decree suppressing the pontifical commission


Human Rights Call For Women March To Reject NOI And Louis Farrakhan Extremism. By Jeffrey Imm

Human Rights begins with Humanity. We cannot support universal human rights, if we do not recognize people different from us as fellow human beings. Human right activists cannot support those who dehumanize others and claim that others are actually NOT “natural human beings.” Yet this

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

On demand of our readers, I have decided to release E-Book version of "Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" on website of PCP which can also be viewed on website of Pakistan Christian Congress www.pakistanchristiancongress.org . You can read chapter wise by clicking tab on left handside of PDF format of E-Book.

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