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There Is No Preview Available For This Item. This item does not appear to have any files that can be experienced on raudone.info Orya Maqbool Jan is a columnist, writer and poet. He is also a CSS officer. He appears 1 Early life and education; 2 Career; 3 Books; 4 References. The Urdu Book Harf e Raaz Part 1 is a collection of columns written By The Harf-e-Raaz by Orya Maqbool Jan January Columns ().

Orya wrote the following autobiography in one of orya maqbool jan books articles: I started writing poetry at the age of seven.

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By the age of twelve, one of my poems had been published in a reputed literary magazine. I read my first short story at the age of sixteen.

My orya maqbool jan books book was published in Afterwards, I wrote dramas for Television for twenty years including five drama serials and more than fifty other dramas. My basic training is in the field of Clinical Psychology.

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I got training for two years at a Mental Institute in Lahore. Orya maqbool jan books taught this subject for five years at Balochistan University. Orya took potshots at celebrated Urdu short story writer, Saadat Hasan Manto, branding him a sex addict. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book.

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Will rate after reading. Abdul Majid rated it really liked it Jan 29, Anwar Khan marked it as to-read Jan 15, M Ejaz marked it as to-read Mar 10, Fahad marked it as to-read Aug 21, Quite interestingly, their presence in India was bitterly opposed by those whose own mother tongue was Bengali.

They as well as their killers were Bengali speakers and yet, they were killed only because they were Muslims.

In , the then Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi signed a peace accord with the insurgent groups which had been campaigning for the expulsion of Bangladeshi migrants from India.

Nowadays, these Bangladeshi migrants are shifting to the Indian state of Kerala where they hope to get better wages. According to the Indian government and media, around 20 million Bangladeshis have so far illegally settled in India.

Besides India, Burma and Nepal are two other countries where Bangladeshis like to go in the hope of a better life, only because the burden of poverty, hunger and starvation in their own country is simply unbearable for them.

Have Pakistanis ever migrated to their neighbouring countries in such large numbers?

Historical Evidence — by Orya Maqbool Jan

The true face of prosperous Bangladesh is evident from the statistics provided by various research organisations and committees. For instance, according to the third and fourth reports of the Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination against Women CEDAW , 30 per cent of the women working as prostitutes in Calcutta are of Bangladeshi origin. Most of the Bangladeshi men living there as refugees are engaged in the smuggling of cows, oxen and other things from India to Bangladesh.

So much is said about prosperous Bangladesh, without knowing or simply ignoring that each year, 15, Bangladeshi girls are sold in other countries of the world. According to a survey conducted by Ente Press, two hundred thousand Bangladeshi girls had been sold in different parts of the world till In , the Reuters news agency reported that Bangladeshi girls were being smuggled out of the country daily and only ten thousand Takas were paid to the mother of each girl.

Most of these girls were about 13 years of age. According to a survey conducted by the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association BNWLA there are about a million people around the world who, at some point of their life bought at least one Bangladeshi girl.

Pakistan is also one of the countries where Bangladeshi girls are sold. Ninety-five per cent of the Bangladeshi girls working in Indian and Burmese coffee houses are regularly given steroids to make them look attractive to the customers.

Women are not the only victims of this humiliation.

Bangladeshi men are known all over the world for working as labourers at cheapest rates. A UNHCR report released in , revealed the fact that Bangladeshis living in Arab countries are willing to work even if their salary is half of what is paid to Indian and Pakistani citizens.Yet, whenever one tunes into any channel, one finds political analysts and economic experts vigorously attempting to prove that Bengalis were forced to break away from Pakistan because the people of West Pakistan had been systematically exploiting and subjugating them in the name of religion Similarly, I often recall my meeting with an illiterate Baloch chief in Chaghi.

Raazmal rated it liked it Oct 02, In this regard, he has a special predilection towards the subject of Economics despite zero education in this subject.

The historical evidence presented by the author of this book has been before us as a vivid reality since its publication, but the problem is that the throat of our media is still soured by the intoxicating impact of the bitter coffee and its screen is still darkened by the toxic and prejudiced smoke of the cigarettes of our intellectuals. Return to Book Page.

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