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Spring season of colors and hope.

  Spring! This word makes everyone fresh. Though spring is warm and especially right after winter it takes some time to get stable in such warm weather and despite of such scorching sun majority still likes spring. Have you ever pondered upon why? So here are the few reasons! ACTIVENESS …

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How to make our education system strong

By Hooria Butt: Education is one of the most important need for every society. No society can make progress without good education. As our beloved leader quaid e azam said Education system is a matter of life and death for pakistan. Unfortunately after 70 years of independence we could not …

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Social entrepreneurship in Pakistan

How many times have you felt overwhelmed by the apprehension of job security and a bright future. You might have looked for the best university that makes perfect candidates who are immune to the ever challenging economic situation of the country. But unfortunately, not all institutions can guarantee you the …

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Tribute to Ahmed Faraz on his 87th birth anniversary

It is said that the great and influential people never die so as Ahmad Faraz a renowned poet who is still alive in our hearts. Syed Ahmed Shah was born on 12 January 1931 in Kohat and Faraz is his pen name. He is considered one of best poets of …

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Miles Away From Books!

How many times would you have come across a young person with a book in his hand? Or how many young adults are spotted in libraries these days just for the purpose of reading? Unfortunately, the ratio of book reading by students and young adults is considerably low in Pakistan …

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Carbon Dioxide Concentration Touched New Heights

CONCENTRATION of Carbon dioxide, the most important greenhouse gas reached to 403.3 parts per million this year. According to scientists, this record annual increase of 3.3 ppm was partly due to the strong El Niño this year, which triggered droughts in tropical regions and reduced the capacity of “sinks” like …

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