Urdu afsana of Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi is considered next to Munshi Prem Chand in its portrayal of rural culture. He has depicted the local life of many characters in rural areas and has presented nostalgic emotions of many people. Sifarish presents many heart-punching messages through an innocent character named Feeka. Fair warning, if you're not careful, you'll find a reflection in Feeka that may begin to look familiar.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
Friday Night Reflections caps off National Volunteer Week with a special show honoring our volunteers. Host Salima Remtulla is joined by the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, the Honourable Janet Austin, and the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, the Honourable Salma Lakhani, for an inspiring conversation on the meaning of service, its importance to us and our communities, and how we can continue to stay motivated during these overwhelming times. Following this inspiring discussion, hear from volunteers across the country about their experiences and what keeps them driven to volunteer their time and knowledge, and end with a Family Challenge game show where volunteers from the East face off against the West to settle who is dominant in volunteer trivia.
An original film production. Zoya, a healthcare professional in her early 30s, finds herself struggling with feelings of boredom and anxiety during the pandemic. Covering her life from Navroz 2020 to Navroz 2021, the film uses music and poetry to explore her physical and mental health, touching on the initial isolation, fear, and anxiety, and moving on to coping skills, hope, and connection through family and community. Over the span of a few months, comical conversations with her family and “slice of life” scenes reveal different aspects of her life. (English with snippets of languages spoken by the Jamat with subtitles)
Laughter Yoga is a modern exercise involving prolonged voluntary laughter. When you start laughing, your chemistry changes, your physiology changes, your chances to experience happiness are much greater. Join us and prepare your body and mind for happiness.
Let's talk emotions with Shelina Ladha is filled with guidance for parents who want to look after their family's wellbeing during this time.
ven in the darkest of times, every cloud has a silver lining. The Community Counseling Services of Tanzania goes back in time to reflect on the past year and to rethink, relearn and rebuild for a brighter 2021.
An Ismaili TV Original series for the Farsi and Dari-speaking Jamats. This episode focuses on the importance of poetry and literature.
In this episode of Visionary Voices, Khalil Shariff, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation, Canada explores the topic of resilience in the face of crisis.
In swirls of gas and dust, planets are being born. So-called protoplanetary discs whirl around a central star, with the potential to one day form into a solar system like ours. Using high-resolution images of outer space and computer modeling, astronomer Farzana Meru takes you on a wondrous journey to explore the birth and evolution of planets.
Almost every year the Nyando River in western Kenya breaks its banks and nearby residents are forced to cope with massive flooding. Entire towns are submerged and precious crops are washed away. In April 2017, catastrophic floods swept through Kenya displacing hundreds of thousands of people, many of whom were forced into makeshift refugee camps. But is the annual deluge a natural disaster or a man-made catastrophe? A film by Samuel Waweru & Humphrey Odhiambo.
This week on Friday Night Reflections, Council for Ottawa President Shakeel Bharmal is joined by Council for Canada President Kassim-Lakha, and Khairrunnissa Rhemtulla to introduce the Family Mentorship Program, a pillar of the Future Ready Initiative. We situate the program within the context of our faith and understand the value of a holistic approach to family goal setting and progress. We will hear stories of success, where the Jamat, working together has enabled progress in the lives of our brothers and sisters. Together, we will learn how the Family Mentorship Program works, what it takes to be a mentor, and how the program can help any member of the Jamat.
The pandemic has forced institutions of higher learning to re-think their future by challenging the suitability, viability, and sustainability of university-operating models. Institutions must reassess and adapt their strategies if they are to survive and thrive after the pandemic. Farah Nasser moderates a discussion between Dr. Jay Johnson, President of Simon Fraser University; Dr. Mohamed Lachemi, President of Ryerson University; Dr. Graham Carr, President of Concordia University and Dr. Deborah MacLatchy, President of Wilfrid Laurier University.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
United Kingdom: Institutional Programme, FOCUS Our stories, your impact Episode 2: Through the Keyhole - a look back at all of the Institutional activities from the past month.

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