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Social Media in Today’s World

By Aiman Raza Social media is a two-way communication that gives us the ability to communicate. Social media popular websites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogs, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram etc. there are now hundreds of social networks are available on the internet. In my opinion it has had a positive impact.  …

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Education is my right!

By Faraz Ameem Let’s look into the 69 year history of Pakistan, what we have achieved? What we have done in all the sectors; agriculture, health, industry, education, railway, civil sector etc. But topic of today is Education. Or rather I say the topic is deprivation of Education in my …

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Govt attention: the plight of DG Khan Medical College & Hospital

By Hasnain Raza Why a lot of patients are rushed to Multan, Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi and other big cities? Why hundreds of patients from remote areas die every year on the way to hospital? Why we don’t have medical facilities at our doorstep, when governments claim healthcare is a priority?  …

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Research Work: Novelty and Quality

By Maria Zafar Research is to see what everybody else has seen and to think what nobody else has thought. Albert Einstein quoted “Imagination is the highest form of research.” After understanding what research actually means, many questions arises in my mind like while doing research, are we following our imagination? …

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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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