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I would be very happy if the Kash­miri peo­ple get the choice to choose be­tween In­dia, Pak­istan or an in­de­pen­dent state. – Hina Rab­bani Khar, Politi­cian

My fa­ther loved to read and he passed that on to me and from the start it was a space that was al­ways peace­ful for me. – Fa­tima Bhutto, Writer

I re­alised how im­por­tant it was for me to grow up in a fam­ily where the writ­ten word mat­tered so deeply. – Kamila Sham­sie, Nov­el­ist

I be­lieve that be­hind ev­ery suc­cess­ful woman there is a man. In our dra­mas, we show both kinds of men, who are sup­port­ive as well as ma­li­cious. – Mom­ina Du­raid, TV Di­rec­tor

For me, drawing is a way of nav­i­gat­ing the imag­i­na­tion, and it re­mains the fun­da­men­tal ve­hi­cle of my prac­tice. Drawing al­lows me to be at my most in­ven­tive. – Shazia Sikan­dar, Artist

If the gan­daasa-genre wasn’t im­por­tant, an ed­u­cated film­maker like Bi­lal Lashari would not be re­mak­ing Maula Jatt to­day. – Reema Khan, Ac­tress

There are play­ers that try to im­i­tate oth­ers, but at the free-kick time it is a per­sonal thing. – Ney­mar Jr., Foot­baller

I am a man that has stood up for my fam­ily and friends in times of slan­der, defama­tion and gen­eral un­kind­ness and I will do the same to­day. Si­lence is ab­so­lutely not an op­tion. – Ali Za­far, Ac­tor

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