Whose Side Are You Anyway?

In what seems to be a sympathetic development to Palestinian suffering, the global fraternity acknowledging the abrasive stance of Israel and illegal occupancy of Palestinian territories has begun the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement to stop Israel in its feet. American billionaire and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates too has reportedly sold a large stake…

Painting India Orange

The Saffron Regiment: A Splash of Orange

The squish-squash in the democratic machinery splashed 123.7 crore Indians with a refreshingly orange serve, prevailing the colour of courage everywhere the eyes can reach. Regardless of the party’s (the BJP) intent to use orange in the party’s flag, it must be seen as a bright choice for simple yet possibly unnoticed reasons. Soon after…

Doctorate to Editor of GAWAH Urdu Weekly

Hyderabad, 19-05-2014: Osmania University today conferred Mr. Syed Fazil Hussain Parvez with the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) for his research on “Urdu Sahafat – Naye Imkanat” (Urdu Journalism – New Prospects). Mr. Parvez completed his research thesis under the supervision of Prof. Fatima Begum, former HoD, Department of Urdu, Osmania University. The thesis…

Electricity Wastage in India - Gawah Urdu Weekly

The Wolves of Wastage!

The idea of using Street lights for day time might seem obnoxious at first, but it’s not imaginary nor a concept in development. When Street lights were first introduced, they implied assistance for the commuters and passer-bys during evening and night. The purpose was to use light to prevent people from tumbling over something in…

MIS(S) Representation of Women

How Women Influenced Media After Independence!

Role of Women in Media (after Independence) The phrase ‘Women in media’ refers to women or lady journalists in print media, electronic media and social media. Prior to Indian independence, Mrs. Homai Vyarawalla, popularly known by her pen name ‘Dalda 13’ pioneered the concept of women in journalism. Although she passed away last year, her…