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Circular Debt and Looming Energy Crisis in Pakistan

Pakistan has suffered a prolonged energy crisis since last many years. The unpredictable supply of electricity, with numerous and capricious loadsheding, disrupts the economic background of a country and also its social condition with respect to residential electricity consumers. The major aspect behind this prolonged energy crises is the circular …

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World Doctor’s Day

World Doctor’s day falls on 1st July, and is an opportunity to raise awareness about the doctor’s role in our daily lives – a day when people across the country acknowledge the commitment and dedication of the medical and health care fraternity towards society. Doctor’s Day is the time to …

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Young Social Entrepreneur of the Month

By Maimoona Hafeez “See young people as a resource, not a problem” (Youth statement to the World Summit For Sustainable Development)   There are 1.8 billion people between ages of 10 to 24, the largest ever youth population of the world. The need is to utilize their energies, talent and …

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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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