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Tragedy of Baluchistan

By Tahira Ali Baluchistan is the largest province in terms of land area, forming the southwestern region of the country. Its provincial capital and largest city is Quetta. The main ethnic groups in the province are the Baluchi people and the Pashtuns. The remaining smaller communities are Brahuis and Hazaras along with other settlers such …

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THE MAGIC OF CLEANLINESS

Zeenat Hussain           Twenty kilometers west of the bounty road a small lane wound its way to a small castle. The castle looked like it was built for a prince and princess to stay in. The sky seemed to hug the earth there. The cheerful sun smiled and beamed on …

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Urbanization

Ayesha Pakistan is an agricultural state but in real it has a little to offer to agriculture sector. Although agriculture accounts for half of the employed labor force of the country and is the largest source of foreign exchange earnings, it contributes only 24 percent to the national GDP, according …

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Honour killing

By Wania Laraib Honour killing is mostly the murder of a woman or girl by male family members. The killers justify their actions by claiming that the victim has brought dishonour to the family name. Women are considered as the most oppressed group in the Pakistani society. Almost every day …

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Edu Budget cut to affect developement

M Sharif Rana Since when PTI has been in power in Pakistan, it has been facing too much criticism. Public is not satisfied from the govt. Experts of every field have bitterly criticized their government’s policies. Instead of promoting higher education, it seems that govt. is trying to eradicate education …

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Screams that were muffled

Wafa Naz Child abuse is one of the most emerging issues of modern day world. Especially male child abuse is on the peak in busy streets of Lahore and Karachi. For a time being child abuse is reported in small number but now it has reached to an infinite limit. …

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Pakistani Students are Not Good Learners. Why ?

Irfan Khan Learning is a process of gaining new or existing, knowledge, behaviors, experiences and skills. It is the degree of learning, that set the destiny of any country. Developed countries, invest a huge money to improve the level of learning. However, when it comes to Pakistan, in addition to …

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Gender discrimination

By Waqas Gullab Nature has divided human beings into two halves and both are given responsibilities which suit them, along with assigning the responsibilities, nature has very clearly stated the rights of both on each other. gender discrimination is a practice which we face when both the genders show the …

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