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Child labour In Pakistan

By Nauman Jamil Pakistan is one of the largest child labour markets in the world according to a recent survey. Our own child labour survey conducted in 1996 by the Government of PM Nawaz Sharif estimated that 73 percent of 3.3 million children are actively working of which 27 percent are …

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Sexual harassment situations in Pakistan

 By Shanza Saeed Living in this modern era, we all have had our fair share of its pros and cons. Pros being the technology, the power whether nuclear or electrical, and Cons being the exposure these brought with them. How they brought the things and matters considered shameful and immoral into …

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I/O Psychologists’ role – By Maria Zaffar

Industrial/Organizational Psychology is the fastest growing occupation in the United States, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Unfortunately, this discipline is not receiving the required acknowledgment in Pakistan as compared to other countries. Another dilemma is that, functionality of Industrial/Organizational Psychologists and Human Resource Managers are considered to …

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Selfie obsession – By Rida Butt

It is human nature to impress other fellow being and to leave good impression on others but at what cost? At the cost of human life? Certainly not. This selfie craze has claimed many lives that it has turned into a dangerous obsession. People are taking selfies at funerals, in …

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Impact of fiscal adjustments on income distribution in Pakistan

Muhammad Ali Baig A fiscal adjustment is a reduction in the government primary budget deficit,and it can result from a reduction in government expenditures, an increase in tax revenues, or both simultaneously. Fiscal adjustment is commonly understood as a process, instead of as a status: governments run fiscal deficits, fiscal …

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