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State of human rights in Pakistan

Sometimes minority rights are compromised Construction of new temple a positive gesture despite criticism from certain quarters By Aiza Ijaz Freedom of religion is promised by the Pakistan government for minorities and different sects living in the country but they are sometimes subjected to violence despite of freedom and equal …

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10 Benefits of Online Learning

By Qurrat-ul-Ain Kamal Since after the lock-down of academic institution in Pakistan is a lot of hue and cry taking the disadvantages of the online classes, however, in this blog specifically focuses on the benefits of E-learning. The key benefits of online learning but some are following: 1). Work from …

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Hamid Ismail Foundation organises tree plantation drive

ISLAMABAD (6/1/2020):- Tree plantation drive was organised by Hamid Ismail Foundation at Quaide-Azam Residency, Karachi. The aim of Hamid Ismail Foundation is to make Karachi a clean city and planting trees is the first step to make the environment healthy and clean. 100 trees were planted at Quaid e Azam …

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PU teachers observe Black Day

Staff Report LAHORE (Thursday, November 07,2019):  Punjab University Academic Staff Association on Thursday observed Black Day to protest against 50 per cent cut in the budget of higher education. A large number of PU teachers, led by PUASA President Prof Dr Mumtaz Anwar Chaudhry and Secretary Javed Sami, held a …

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