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The Truth about Transgenders

By Waqas Gullab Those who do not have any identity but are called as members of the third gender still haven’t been completely accepted by this society. Despite achieving a legal acceptance, social stigmas still hamper complete societal assimilation. Have we ever thought about a life that would be deprived …

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MOM: A movie that breaks the stereotypes!

By Rutaba “Mom” is a movie which breaks the stereotypes which prevail in the minds of our society. Starring Sri Devi, Sajal Ali, Adnan Siddiqui; this movie is an Indian crime thriller movie directed by Ravi Udaywar and written by Girish Kohli, produced by Randa Elamin, Sunil Manchanda, Mukesh Talreja, Naresh Agarwal and …

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“Unfair and Lovely “

                               “Unfair and Lovely “ By: Yusra Saleem Fair n lovely with laser light treatment claims to penetrate skin and ‘brighten’ up those dark cells of yours. That thinking with certitude that we would want this crap let alone believe in the idiocy of it is not astonishing. Because, we …

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Let’s talk about education

By Wafa Naz “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” (Nelson Mendela) Pakistan is the developing country that has been passing through many crises now a day. One of the greatest drawbacks is lack of education. The educational setup of Pakistan has been …

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The Ugly Face of Beauty

By Wafa Naz “He will dance and clap now!” On signals we may see them. On bus stations, railway stations, cinemas and other public places we may see them begging and dancing. They were no one else then human being. Yes they are transgenders. Someone who has no specific biological …

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Do you have a phobia?

By Rutaba Phobia is defined as a type of anxiety disorder, defined by a persistent and excessive fear of an object or a situation. The phobia typically results in a rapid onset of fear and is present for over six months. Many of us think of our basic or rational …

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