Remember your adolescence? Do you recall how often we would be (oh so) morbidly preoccupied with how we appeared to be in the eyes of others, against what we felt for ourselves? This was that part of life when we’d be reexamining our identities to find out who we truly were and (eventually) aimed to […] The post 25 Years Later – Takeaways From A High School Reunion appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
Nearly two centuries have passed since John Keats, one of the most celebrated lyrical poets of English literature, died of tuberculosis. He was only twenty-five years old. Earlier, one of his brothers and mother, both of whom he had nursed, had also died of the same illness. A number of books have been written about […] The post A Thing Of Beauty appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.
The story narrated here is nearly true. The names, location and the timeframe have deliberately been masked to make the narrative timeless and universal. The story may equally relate to the winter marches in the Second World War, the winter maneuvers during Korean War, or our own backyard in the northern areas of Pakistan. The […] The post In The Line Of Duty appeared first on The Friday Times - Naya Daur.