Thursday, December 31, 2009

On the New Year's Eve

According to NASA there would be a blue moon shining on the skies on New Year’s Eve. Enough with the blues, the first very day of the year, I want a regular golden full moon on the sky.
Just a dream by Nisar Khan

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Ice fishing in freezing hell

He believed in the universal description of hell as fire but today he strongly considers hell as cold, dark and gloomy. In order to bring food for the day, he took few slippery steps from his home to the frozen water of Baltic for Ice fishing.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Heavy old baggage

He transported all his heavy old baggage to the coming new year so to have a fresh start.
Smile by Nisar Khan

Monday, December 28, 2009

Another Year

And I saw another year passing, right before my eyes.
The world of Nisar Khan

Monday, December 21, 2009

Once upon a time

There was a company called Saab. In December 2009, soon before the Christmas Saab saga came to end and was buried in the snow of Trollhatten. It left thousands unemployed and enormous tragedies behind.
Ghost of the past by Nisar khan

Friday, December 18, 2009

In the Virtual World

27 years old Japanese called Sal fell in love with a videogame character Nene. Yesterday he got married with her in a ceremony witnessed live by thousands on the web.
Smile by Nisar Khan

Monday, December 14, 2009

Blocked View

Early in the morning, before going to office he proudly tried to view his work on net. With pondering heart he noticed that the search engine had dropped his site thus blocked the view. It was his first defeat of the day.
Illusory Forms by Nisar Khan

Sunday, December 13, 2009


Late in the night, before going to bed she googled her own name. It was great to see whole two pages about her achievements on the Internet.
Smile by Nisar Khan

Friday, December 11, 2009

President Obama Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

Combating President Obama awarded Nobel Peace Prize.
Smile by Nisar Khan

Nobel Peace Prize: Horrible Face of the War

Original Version by Nisar Khan

Nobel Peace Prize - The Orphans of the war

The 1.6 million orphans of the war- torn Afghanistan have no food, no home and no hope.
Some of them saw their parents mishandled, raped or beaten to death; other has no memory at all.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Nobel Peace Prize - Children of War

More than half a million children has been killed in the war. Thousands of children are dying from hunger and disease since the US invasion.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

At the top of Tora Bora

It was a widespread believes that Osama Bin Laden had taken refuge in the cave complex of Tora Bora. The snow-covered White Mountains turned into dark black by the US bombs but no sign of Osama - dead or alive
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Afghanistan:A Land of Harsh Winter

In the land of friendly mountains, great games have been played between the Empires. The mysterious land has all: gold, silver copper, zinc, semi precious stones, coal, uranium and potentially major undiscovered reserves of petroleum and gas.
8 years ago the US led NATO forces joined the historical great games.
Original Version by Nisar khan

Tuesday, December 8, 2009


Climate change sceptics claim that scientist manipulated data to exaggerate the threat of Global warming. Climate Research Unit’s leaked e-mails clouded the first day of the Copenhagen Summit.
Lost Identity by Nisar Khan

Monday, December 7, 2009

Earth at Night

NASA released astronaut photography of the whole world showing city lights. The bright lights indicate wealthy industrialised nations while the thickly populated and poor countries are completely dark. “Energy shinning” nations can dictate the pitch black parallel world without being observed.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Climate Summit: A candle in the cyberspace

The delegations from 192 countries are participating in the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen. I light a candle in the cyberspace and pray that summit would be preparing a path for a global treaty to prevent climate disasters.
The World of Nisar Khan

Friday, December 4, 2009

Push-Button Bra

Once ancient China introduced gunpowder, compass, art of papermaking and printing. A new Chinese product is in the market – A push –button brassiere for women who wish a different breast size for different occasion.
Smile by Nisar Khan