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Diluting Pakistani Brain Drain: Securing Lasting Success by Retaining Talent

By Wajid Hassan Even though Pakistan’s education system has an inadequate infrastructure, it is still capable of producing more STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) graduates than each of the first world countries of the world on a comparable population scale. However, most of these STEM graduates immigrate to other …

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Hakim Muhammad Saeed- A visionary

By Wajid Hassan Hakim Muhammad Saeed once said “It has been my endeavor to prepare Pakistani youth for the challenges of tomorrow. I would like to see the youth studying at our campuses to develop the qualities of devotion, love, determination and services to mankind.” With this in mind, he …

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Inter-regional coop sought for peace, development

Pakistan helped eliminate ‘exported’ terrorism, says Sri Lankan commander Istanbul(April 29,2019) Dozens of renowned peace scholars from different regions of the world showed their serious concern over disturbed condition of world peace and stability and encouraged rising scope of region to region co-operation to handle the situation towards making globe …

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imposing career choice on children a serious problem!

BY AZKA AMEER Unfortunately, at the time of birth of a child, parents decide that their child would either become a doctor or an engineer because stereotypically these two professions are considered most respectful in the society. Without even knowing their child’s mental capabilities, they impose a burden on the …

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Natural gas production in Balochistan

By Sher Jan Shohaz Balochistan produces 17% of natural gas and consumed only two percent.Balochistan, one of the four provinces of Pakistan, produces the largest share of natural gas in the country. The province lights all stoves countywide but unfortunately, itself lacks access to kindle its own. It is believed …

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The Truth about Transgenders

By Waqas Gullab Those who do not have any identity but are called as members of the third gender still haven’t been completely accepted by this society. Despite achieving a legal acceptance, social stigmas still hamper complete societal assimilation. Have we ever thought about a life that would be deprived …

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