Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Spiderman in France

It passed two weeks since France outlawed the wearing of face-masking burqas and niqabs.
Time to pass a law forbidding Superman, Spiderman and Batman in France.
Odd by Nisar Khan

Friday, April 22, 2011

Happy Easter


Earth Day

The world full of miseries and despair, violence in the air, cruelty all around and horrifying environmental disasters -it is a sad mad world. On The Earth Day a wicked demon came out of his lair and claimed the world as his property.
Original Version by Nisar Khan

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan warned perpetrators of postelection violence that "enough is enough"saying the unrest brings back memories of events leading up to a 1960s civil war in the nation.
Ghost of the past by Nisar Khan

A View Point

The world of Nisar Khan

Monday, April 18, 2011

Tension high as migrants denied entery

France refused entery to a train carrying North african migrants from Italy.
Ghost of the past by Nisar Khan

Wednesday, April 13, 2011


And they all tried to gather the momentum.

Monday, April 11, 2011

President Gbagbo captured

Ivory Coast self-declared president Gbagbo is arrested.
Hope that would bring immidiate stop to the blood shed .

Confused Opportunities

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Fukushima Nuclear Plant

Japan started injecting nitrogen into one of the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant to prevent more hydrogen blasts.
Original version by Nisar khan

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Radioactive leaks finally Plugged

Fukushima Dalichi nuclear power plant’s radioactive leaks were finally plugged. The authorities announced that they succeeded to inject a mixture of liquid glass and a hardening agent. Looking forward to hear some more comforting qualified lies.
Ghost of the past by Nisar Khan

Deep thoughts

The world of Nisar Khan

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Pandora's half opened colourful sack

The powerful Pandora dazzled the world with her magical charm. Instead of golden box, she carried a loose half opened colourful sack and all horrors , miseries sufferings in it. She landed in Tunisia and then moved to Egypt. There was thunder and blood and life in both countries became so full of pain and death. Pandora took one step to the west and the Libyan Desert became fully covered with black storm that claimed hundreds of lives.
The wind blew toward Pacific Ocean and in the blink of an eye thousands innocent souls became released from the bodily limitations. The violent rage from Pandora sack is roaming around the deserts of East, Middle East and Africa. It has reached to Ivory Coast, there vicious battles were going on between rival militias and ethnic groups and thousands lives perished in the dust of history.
Once the kind-hearted goddess Venus silently added hope in Pandora’s box.
There was no hope in her half opened sack this time.
Pandora by Nisar Khan