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ABDUS SALAM – the Physicist and the Man

Abdus Salam was a man with a vision. Two passions dominated his life – a hunger for creating and acquiring knowledge at the highest level, and a burning desire to see the developing world stand up on its feet through cultivation of knowledge. He was hemmed between two worlds – …

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Blemishes education system in Pakistan

A population of 200 million people living under the literacy rate of 53% which is the lowest in South Asia. It is still way behind the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) target of 88%. There are around 25 million out-of-school children in Pakistan, the second highest figure in the world after …

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Darwinism and Capitalism – A ‘natural’ link of destruction

The political influence of Darwinism is not linked with onle one single theory but to too many different ones like capitalism communism, racism, imperialism and facism. And the common ground is opposition of monotheistic religions. At the beginning of second century, Europe accepted Christianity gradually under the Emperor Constantine and …

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Education – an ongoing security lapse in Pakistan

Every new year the world around us starts talking about ‘new year resolution’. This is a very common practice for not only common people around the world but also for businesses, organizations, institutions and even governments. This practice involves recalling the past year; analyzing the intended goals and the degree …

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Education reforms in jails of Pakistan

IN Pakistan there are more than 100 Prisons. Located in different regions including 32 prisons in Punjab, 26 in Sindh. These prisons have different age groups, and have children, females and males inmates. In the society the people see those who are inside the prison are criminals and thought that …

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