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PU Development Journalism students launch ‘Green Campus’ drive

By Javairia Shafiq Pakistan is the 7th most vulnerable country to climate change and global warming. More than 52,400 people have died as a result of over 11,000 extreme weather events and losses between the time period of 1997 to 2016. This reflects at least seven causalities on daily basis. …

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Shireen Mazari durable response to Mrs. Brad Adam Asia director’s Human right watch

I hope that you would include the massive human rights violations being carried out as a matter of state policy by India in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK) and by Israel in Palestine: Shireen Mazari LAHORE: (August 28, 2018): Human Right Minister Shireen Mazari responds to a letter on Tuesdayby Human …

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Balochistan education crisis prevails

By Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan’s education crisis still prevails it is in fact increased in place of decreasing. Despite knowing this fact, there is a whopping illiteracy rate, which has not only devastated the province but also our future-the youth. According to statistical data, 5.02 million girls and boys aging between …

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New PM And Democratic Evolution

Democracy failed exceptionally quickly after independence because Pakistan possessed a weak and fragmented political party that was unable to resolve key governing conflicts. In the wake of intensifying political instability, the civilian bureaucracy and military assumed governing power in 1958. Since its independence, Pakistan’s democratic system has fluctuated between civilian …

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Miracles of Sunflower Oil on Human Health

Although majority is already well aware with sunflowers, those vibrant beautiful flowers that can be found all over the world, many people don’t instantly think of sunflowers as causes of an extremely healthy vegetable oil that can substitute some of the less healthy cooking oils on the market. Sunflower oil is a …

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Political stability necessary for maintaining the Independency of Pakistan

LAHORE: (August 15, 2018): From Muhammad Ali Jinnah to Imran Khan, Pakistan’s politics is full of conspiracies and political adventures as well as military coups, which ultimately taught the democratic forces how to move ahead and strengthen the people’s power in the country. We saw Imran Khan with Bilawal Butto …

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