Memoirs from Thal, a travel across Waziristan, and the tales from The Frontier Scouts; a force d’élite…
A love story from the mountains of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa
penned in Urdu
A group with multi-provincial representation decides on chasing waterfalls
‘This Will Kill That’
Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, the North-West frontier of Pakistan, is a region of legendary romance on the pages of history, a significant chapter of which are the days of the Sub-Continent under British Raj. My stroll at the Tehkal Christian Cemetery was inspired by the urge to claim my share from the aura of Victorian romance at Peshawar.
In The Lion’s Den
Captain Sher, with a handful of souls, heavily undersized in number and arms, moving uphill at the highest battlefield on earth, in broad daylight launched a daring counter attack right into the heart of on looking enemy. The ferocity of his daring attack won him the respect of the enemy defending the Tiger Hills who deliberated upon him as “The Lion Karnal Sher”…