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State of human rights in Pakistan

Sometimes minority rights are compromised Construction of new temple a positive gesture despite criticism from certain quarters By Aiza Ijaz Freedom of religion is promised by the Pakistan government for minorities and different sects living in the country but they are sometimes subjected to violence despite of freedom and equal …

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Examination Stress in Students

Recently, as it was announced about scheduling online examination in most universities, students have been observed to exhibit stressful behavior and anxiety. The question is why students are so exam-conscious?  Well, one pressing answer is social pressure specially of parents’ and peers’. The students are often judged by the result …

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Parents deserve this?

Okay so it was around 4:30 AM, I was scrolling facebook as usual , suddenly my eyes caught a post in which I saw a boy tortured his own mother beacuse of property. How can anyone do that with his mother I don’t know how many sufferings she suffered in …

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10 Benefits of Online Learning

By Qurrat-ul-Ain Kamal Since after the lock-down of academic institution in Pakistan is a lot of hue and cry taking the disadvantages of the online classes, however, in this blog specifically focuses on the benefits of E-learning. The key benefits of online learning but some are following: 1). Work from …

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By Mian Aslam Covid-19 is the pandemic that has made it challenging for the world to invent some vaccine against it.The only way to avoid it,is the strict observance of precautionary measures suggested by the health experts.A complete lockdown has already been observed in Pakistan ,but keeping in view its …

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By Zeenat Hussain In heaven, on a cloud, was the Silk Cushion Inn. So beautiful was it that no words were sufficient to describe’ it. The Silk Cushion Inn had “the. softest,, most .tender, structure ever seen, Everything-looked like it was j made up of fluffy cotton balls! or some …

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