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Robin Hood of Red Zone

by Syed Qasim Raza Majority of us have read legends of Robin Hood, a hero in English history, in our childhood. Although an ‘outlaw’ yet everyone seems to like Robin Hood for he is often portrayed as ‘robbing the rich and giving to the poor’. He was narrated to have …

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The generation gap – why don’t oldies agree with teens?

By Abdullah Qureshi Life was much easier when Apple and Black Berry were just fruits, believe our old generation! When we talk about generation gap, a lot of questions comes to mind. Do everything is affected with the change of time – the age, the culture, mannerism, morality and thinking? Why …

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The issue of grading in semester system!

By Abdullah Qureshi LAHORE (Monday, April 3, 2017): Students are facing serious problems due to lack of a uniform grading system in the academic institutions across country, as relative and absolute both types of grading are being practiced in Pakistan. Some of the public and private sector Pakistani universities have …

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Google honours Abdul Sattar Edhi today with its Doodle

By: AR Sajid Google on Monday paid a tribute to Late Abdul Sattar Edhi with its Doodle by portraying him with Edhi ambulance, a mother with two kids, hospital home, pet dog and a book. Abdul Sattar Edhi founded the world’s  largest volunteer ambulance network in Pakistan, the Edhi Foundation. Unlike wealthy …

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SMEs: Implications for Economic Prosperity

By Manan Aslam & Maria Amjad Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) is the crucial part of any economy as it helps enhancing the economic growth. It is backbone for large enterprises for instance if a company needs raw material then companies would contact small or medium enterprises for their needs. In my …

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