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‘Me too’ being misused!

M Sharif Rana Where there is power, there is always risk of misuse of power. Although #Metoo has empowered women but it is also being misused. Blaming male of harassment is the worst ever tool used against men. Women use this tool to gain material benefits or blackmail innocent men. …

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Dismal state of Education in Baluchistan

Asif Murad Education is said to be the most significant sector in every aspect of life. The reason behind the success of any nation is surely education but Pakistan’s richest and biggest province, Baluchistan is really neglected on account of education policy. The number of government schools in Baluchistan is …

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Won’t Be My Child!

A Journey To Conscious Enlightenment! Shanza Most of us having lived a normal childhood and normal life, we often let topics  addressing issues like neglection or bullying of children during their childhood, their physical and sexual abuse, living with abusive parents slide. These are the various essential factors that may …

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Human rights behind “Iron-curtain’’ in Kashmir

Ahmad Rana Stories of blood shed, wondering eyes of orphans, wailing mothers for their sons, fearful children in haunted streets with red creases of blood under curfew are grave concerns of human rights violations in Kashmir. Unendurable visuals of Kashmiri people can be seen, voices can be heard and palettes …

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How Education can change the world?

Samra Shaukat Ali “Education is a matter of life and death for Pakistan.” It is the quote known to all as is said by our beloved Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the greatest leader! The question arises, how could education be a matter of life and death?  Is it food? Is it …

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Higher Education needs overhaul: Dr. Nizam

By: Samreen IlyaS Lahore: Known educationist and former chair- person Punjab Higher Education Commission Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nizamud din has said that despite of experimentation and all-out efforts, the higher education of the country was unable to produce graduates at a par to the national needs for development.  Our education …

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