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Transgenders’ education

Transgender also called as ‘third sex’, eunuch, unique or Khawaja Sara are considered as derogatory and inferior creatures in our society,They were recognized legally for the first time in the history of Pakistan in 2009 when Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry passed the order of including the category …

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What is the status of Article 25-A (Right to Education)

In April 2010, Article 25A was inserted via the 18th Amendment in the Pakistani Constitution, making education a Fundamental Right. Which makes Pakistan, a state which has 52 million children between the ages of 5 and 16 who are guaranteed free education by the Constitution. Yet up till now, the …

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Complexification of feminism and females in Pakistan

I still remember what Shaista Khilji (Associate Professor of Human and Organizational Learning, George Washington University) said in The Third World Feminism Symposium at Lahore College for Women University and I quote “We are all on the same team with our differences”. A brilliant idea filled with optimism as one …

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Emerging Global Trends in Career: Myth or Reality

By Nediyya Khan BEHOLD the world for a minute with a wee amount of sincerity, dear reader, and one’s conscience might perceive the fact that the world is rapidly growing – it is growing out of the oh-so-limited attires it so conventionally had assumed and horizons are unequivocally widening. As …

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The World War III Scenario

Donald Trump, who was built by elements of the mafia early in his career, was elected on the slogan of bringing U.S. troops home, of disengaging the U.S. from wars abroad, and of having friendly relations with Russia. On April 6, 2017, exactly 100 years later to the date, Trump …

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