What is Whiter than White?
Whiter than White: the Daughter of the Land of Pure is a novel written by a very seasoned cop as well as an accomplished writer, Mr. J.J. BAloch. Whiter than White is a story of an ordinary woman named Hoor meaning beautiful, who is caught up in the throes of extraordinary circumstances of life, facing multiple challenges to her identity and survival as a civilized and dignified being. She fosters faith in her own self and cultivates confidence in her own destiny. Being hard hit by the system, she took birth, grew up, and lived in; Hoor protects her womanhood with the tenacity of a wounded mother lion. In this Novel “circumstances of the system for the women” have been focussed wherein Hoor a lead character, undergoes one after the other victimizations. How an unlettered, a feeble and a beautiful victim of justice, Hoor heroically braved the hostile system and how she rose to the precipice of greatness and fame is something the story of Whiter than White unfolds in a quirky way.
This novel is indeed a first of its kind in terms of comprehensively identifying different issues of women in sub-continental set-up, specifically Pakistan where women are wedded before they are born; when born they are considered as the symbol of misfortune; where they take pride being boy-bearing machines, where they kill their own daughters, mothers, sisters and friends on the behest of men who is the final and sole arbitrator of morality; where they are arrested, prosecuted, enchained, imprisoned and sentenced without their being involved in any kind of violation of law or morality; where they are served as indemnities for the wrong doings of men; where they are presented as sexual tools for the pleasure of the man; where they are used for pseudo honours; where they have no freedom of any kind at all; and where they are discriminated on the basis of gender by their dearest and nearest ones, family, community, society, state, culture and also dogmas.
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On the Art of Writing Essays
On the Art of Writing Essays is produced for those who face difficulties in writing essays. No doubt, writing essay is not an easy task. However, in almost all exams, the essay is always a very important question. Ironically, in Pakistan both the students of all levels as well as the academicians hardly seen very serious about their essays writing skills. As a result, the tradition as well as the practice of studying and writing essays as a passion is, tragically, going out of the fashion in our educational institutions. Very sadly, no any satisfactory literature is available to meet our board and university levels challenges of developing essay writing skills in students. I have made this every systematic effort to educate my readers in highly advanced tips and techniques of writing good essays in natural and organic style and to enable them to produce original, interest-arresting, well-framed, and speaking texts. I am quite sure that the readers will find this book very informative, educative, innovative, attractive, interesting, entertaining and very useful for all kinds of exams and tests ranging from board, university and to competitive exam level. This book is not only for students of all levels but also for literary and nonfiction readers as well as writers. On the Art of writing Essays offers an uncommon discourse and a revealing view of a writer’s owns world of PeaceCraft.
The Power of Social Media and Policing Challenges
The book: “The Power of Social Media & Policing Challenges” is a case made by an indigenous cop for Pakistan to adopt the social media as a policing tool, which has emerged as one of the best practices of police in developed countries like USA, UK, Australia, and Canada-being its pioneer.
Many theories of doom fear the “age of information anarchy” Scenario is picture perfect for police organizations to make a meaningful, robust and timely entry, failing which their communities are more likely to fall beautiful victims to what is drummed as radicalization of their youth in the “era of gargantuan data breaches” as well as the age of terror.
The book in point opens with social media emergence, spread, and revolution worldwide. It will take you to a tour of what Toronto, Boston, London, Sydney, Helsinki; Philadelphia Police departments are doing with social media. In addition, this discourse tries to convince you as to why the online presence of police in Pakistan, with its elaborate social media policy to guard its people and its own entity, is of vital strategic importance.
A new discourse on police journalism, the book not only identifies challenges of new technology to police but also suggests solutions. Author, having his own experience of his adventures for peace, shows serious concern that if police services in Pakistan fail to adopt social media, someone else, may be a criminal or may be a terrorist, will occupy the online space on behalf of the police services, causing the deadliest criminal justice vacuums in Pakistan.