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You’re not here to ‘fit in’!

By Mian Saud Ahmed We spend our whole lives trying to ‘fit in’, it starts early from fitting into that blue or pink romper on our first day in this world, and continues to haunt us throughout our lives no matter where we go. In schools, colleges, societies, universities, and …

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Punjab Higher Education Minister – New Vision And Food For Thought

  Syed Raza Ali Gilani from Hujra Shah Muqeem, ex-minister in Ch. Pervaiz Elahi’s Cabinet, is now a good addition to the current cabinet of Chief Minister Punjab Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif. Syed Raza Ali Gilani has been given the portfolio of the Higher Education Minister Punjab. He is an …

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Pakistan – A Case of Freedom of Expression and Human Rights

By Muhammad Ittefaq ILMENAU (Germany): Concerns arise after sudden disappearance of four human right activists over security policies concerns and opposition to religious extremism. In Islamic Republic of Pakistan, it’s becoming more difficult to express your hear-out opinion through social, traditional, online media and blogs after Cyber Crime bill passed by …

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PU new VC making mind for drastic changes

He is likely to face big resistance anytime in near future I welcome your comments on my blog titled: ‘Campus Gossip’ By Muhammad Ittefaq LAHORE: Punjab University’s newly appointed provisional vice chancellor Prof Dr. Zaffar Moeen Nasir is set to take major administrative changes after his meetings with faculty members belonging …

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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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Securing our children

I want to draw attention of the higher authorities toward security issues of the educational institutions in Lahore. Untrained and unarmed security guards, pickets and sandbags are inadequate to stop terrorism. Ordinary citizens are the only ones effected by such security measures, as, I am sure that, the security at …

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