Quotes by Pakistani authors
Only in novels can we take another human being into our head and create something jointly.
There is a tremendous amount of pressure when you are a world No. 1 with everyone behind you trying to knock you down. But I always believe you should be enjoying the pressure at the top. It is a case of being able to relax and keep playing the game that got you there in the first place.
Why hast thou made me born in this country, The inhabitant of which is satisfied with being a slave?
Life was very tough, and there were times I thought I might not be able to play again.
Without hard work and discipline it is difficult to be a top professional.
President Zardari came to power just as the global recession hit. He had to cobble together an unruly coalition, put up with a constant assault from a conservative supreme court who sought to undermine him at every term. This does not include dealing with Pakistani's omnipotent establishment and the menace of terrorism.
Given enough time, polar bears might migrate off the Arctic ice, evolve darker coats, find a different diet, and thrive in a new, warmer climate. But if the ice on which they depend disappears in a few decades, they are likely to die.
I don't want to be jack of all, master of none. I want to focus completely and excel as an actor with every project.
The court can, and must, only maintain its legitimacy through the dispensation of justice, not by coercion and censorship.
We recognise that, with time, every human being will cease being, will only have been. And so we seek to resist time. We rebel against it. We are drawn like lovers to the unreachable past, to imagined memories, to nostalgia.
One of the biggest drawbacks of our industry is that we haven't nurtured our writers for years. Now, we realise we need to but we can't nurture our writers overnight.
Hizb ut-Tahrir spearheaded the radicalization of the 1990s and cultivated an atmosphere of anger.
We have an active program. We have nuclear weapons, we are a nuclear power. We have an advanced missiles program.
For more than 300 years Qawwali music and Sufism have been deeply anchored in my family's roots and we spread it around to the public.
No matter how tough my life was, I was always looking up at the sky and wishing for good things.
I remember, before the 2003 World Cup, I worked extremely hard on my fitness. A great deal of training and dietary discipline. I believe I lost 19 kg. And 19 is the number of runs I scored in the entire tournament.
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