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UN Human Rights Committee asks Pakistan about crimes against journalist

Geneva Switzerland July 22, 2017: There has been a clear deterioration in the safety of journalists, the problem of impunity and of freedom of expression online. These were the main findings of the report submitted to the 120th session of UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva by Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF), …

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Some of the so called rising stars of Social Media

Just like other South Asian countries, internet and social media in Pakistan is gaining momentum in terms of access, subscription and consumption. 3G and 4G broadband are introduced and now you have easy access to your favorite social networking sites when and wherever you want. In Pakistan the use of …

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Pakistani student outshines 170 countries’ students

Educationist Report (20.07.17): Ahmad Ali Qasim, a student from Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, clinched top position among students from 170 countries in ACA Examination. Mr. Qasim obtained 96% marks in ACA examination and obtained 1st position. He had already won gold medal last year for securing first position in all over …

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PU Entry Test Schedule for Admission 2017-18

LAHORE: Punjab University has announced entry test schedule for the admission 2017-18 and out of over 70 departments only 11 would conduct entry tests this year. According to details, seven departments are conducting entry tests for admission to BS 4-year programmes. These include College of information Technology, College of Art and …

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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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‘World poverty could be cut in half if all adults completed secondary education’

PARIS: A new UNESCO policy paper shows that the global poverty rate could be more than halved if all adults completed secondary school. Yet, new data from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) show persistently high out-of-school rates in many countries, making it likely that completion levels in education will …

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