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Interview with Dean of Humanities of Forman Christian College Dr. Nukhbah langah

FC College seeks to highlight students critical thinking skills which enable them to determine the links between ideas and help create good citizens in the country. Our whole educational setup is “to encourage leadership and liberal arts development”. This was stated by Forman Christian College, a chartered University, Dean of …

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tussle with drug act 2017

The Punjab Assembly had passed the Drug Act 1976 on February 8, 2017 according to which the sale of medical drugs which are below the acceptable standards will be punishable by imprisonment ranging from 6 months to 5 years and also a fine of Rs 1 to 5 million. It …

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Balochistan education crisis prevails

By Zeeshan Nasir Balochistan’s education crisis still prevails it is in fact increased in place of decreasing. Despite knowing this fact, there is a whopping illiteracy rate, which has not only devastated the province but also our future-the youth. According to statistical data, 5.02 million girls and boys aging between …

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stop the menace of childhood labor

Pakistan has been confronting manifold hurdles of child labour for long. In the country, the children are engaged in various forms of child labour as the constitution and Labor Laws prohibit the employment of children before the age of 14 years. However, according to the National Child Labor Survey, approximately …

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A Mother will always be a Mother

It was 10:15 pm when my mother entered my room, as I was working on my new project which had to be submitted the next day. “Stop working and sleep child, you have to get up early tomorrow” she said that in her usual concerned tone, I told her I had to …

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New PM And Democratic Evolution

Democracy failed exceptionally quickly after independence because Pakistan possessed a weak and fragmented political party that was unable to resolve key governing conflicts. In the wake of intensifying political instability, the civilian bureaucracy and military assumed governing power in 1958. Since its independence, Pakistan’s democratic system has fluctuated between civilian …

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