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Pakistan Press Foundation completes UNESCO-supported training program on safety of journalists in Pakistan  

Karachi, 21 November 2016: Pakistan Press Foundation and through UNESCO’s International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC) is completing the last round of trainings in Pakistan on promoting safety of journalists. 116 journalists and media professionals benefited from the last round of trainings held in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab …

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UMT Job Fair attracts students: 35+ entrepreneurial stalls of different products were exhibited

  LAHORE: UMT Career Fair 2016 was organized by its Office of Career Services (OCS) organized under the theme “Campus to Corporate”. The Career Fair brought 105 MNC, local and SME organizations under one roof and witnessed over 3000+ job seekers from UMT and other universities exploring internship/job opportunities in their areas of …

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Social Media in Today’s World

By Aiman Raza Social media is a two-way communication that gives us the ability to communicate. Social media popular websites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram etc. there are now hundreds of social networks are available on the internet. In my opinion it has had a positive impact.  …

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Education is my right!

By Faraz Ameem Let’s look into the 69 year history of Pakistan, what we have achieved? What we have done in all the sectors; agriculture, health, industry, education, railway, civil sector etc. But topic of today is Education. Or rather I say the topic is deprivation of Education in my …

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Pakistan Army Chief his alma mater GCU

Talks on 3Cs (Character, Courage and Competence) By Asad Saleem LAHORE: (Friday, November 18, 2016):  General Raheel Sharif, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), visited to his alma mater Government College University (GCU) Lahore. Addressing in Bukhari auditorium Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif  paid rich tributes to …

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