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To the Origin

By Nediyya Khan “In the marriage hall, I saw a woman standing parallel to me. If my sight did not betray me, she looked just like me – probably my doppelganger! You won’t believe it, but she also had my hunched back!” Said an ethereal yet resilient being, – the …

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Educational accountability

By Marriam Batool “Knowledge and education in the hands of one who claims no higher accountability or authority than one’s individuality is power in the hands of a fool”  (Ravi Zacharias) Accountability in Education is a broad concept that could be addressed in many ways, such as using political process to …

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Pre-Partition History and Background of Pakistan’s Education System

Article By Talha Raza Before the establishment of the English medium public schools and universities, children of Muslims families had to rely on the Madaris for the religious as well as the earthly modern studies. According to the historians, the first known Madrassa is said to have been established in 1005 …

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Discussion: Is Pakistan a nation or crowd?

By Ayesha Rasool Pakistan is a country with a lot of potential youth which if guided properly can bring a positive change in the region and growth of the society. This can only be done if the youth interact properly with the intellectual people who have devoted their lives to …

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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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