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Urgent need to invest in quality of education: ASER Results

Dr Monazza Aslam Education transforms. There is no denying this fact today. It alters the course of a person’s life and the lives of all persons associated with him or her in uncountable ways. It alters economic outcomes, it influences life chances, it sways, it encourages, it arouses, it impacts …

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US: Central establishment global strategy

Dr James Hufferd It’s high time to forego talk about US foreign policy and start speaking instead of central establishment global strategy. Because, with the preponderance of power and influence in the world exercised by the central financial establishment and its minions and operatives, who control and wield by far …

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Cyber bulling in Pakistan: the challenge and response

By Dr Noshina Saleem With the advent of information and communication technologies (ICTs) bulling has expanded its boundaries from playgrounds to retiring rooms. Bullying occurs via social networking sites, instant messages, emails, websites, blogs, chat room, phone calls, or text messages. Mostly ICTs are used as a weapon by the …

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Of HEC, quality and applied research in universities

  Tayab Kamboh The Higher Education Commission (HEC) launched National Research Program for Universities (NRPU) with the purpose to give the researchers financial support for their research pursuits to make the research work marketable that would benefit the economy and community. In an interview to a local newspaper, HEC Chairman Dr …

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The chip is coming (Part-I)

In his 2013 book The Grand Deception, Mujahid Kamran describes some of the workings of what Churchill called the “High Cabal” that, unseen, really controls the world and, in particular, some of the means used historically by one of its affiliates and franchises, the United States of America, the takeover …

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The generation

The generation gap is the difference of opinions between one generation and another regarding beliefs. Sociologists have divided the lifespan into three different levels: Childhood, Midlife and Retirement. The difference of thoughts in the ideology of these groups had always been there, no two generations share the same set of …

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