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Gender Discrimination

By Waqas Gullab Despite the presence of equality laws all across the globe, women are treated unequally. In the world of technological advancement, the plague of gender discrimination remains. Gender discrimination not only lies in the underdeveloped countries but also prevails in the developed ones. It is sad to see …

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Are precognition and deja vu same? (Part 1)

By Rutaba People usually confuse precognition with deja vu as they seem to be same. However, there is a prominent difference between them. Precognition (from the Latin prae-, “before” and cognitio, “acquiring knowledge”), is defined as a foreknowledge of an event, especially as a form of extrasensory perception. Deja vu, …

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11th annual Hindu combined marriages ceremony to be held on 6th January at Karachi

Karachi (January 4. Staff Report): Pakistan Hindu Council is organizing 11th annual combined marriages ceremony at Railway Ground Karachi on Sunday, 6th January. Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Hindu Council and Member of National Assembly Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, in a press statement issued on Friday, told that this year 80 Hindu couples …

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Current situation of Education in Sindh is disappointing: Sardar Shah

Karachi: (August 29, 2018): Education Minister of Sindh Sardar Shah told in a briefing regarding the education condition in province held on Tuesday. According to the officials, male students in government school are more than that of their female counterpart. Male students consist about two-third of total students. The same …

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Chancellor of Sindh universities is under-graduate

KARACHI: (August 27, 2018): PTI nominated Imran Ismail as a governor of Sindh who got intermediate as a highest education. He never graduated from any university according to documents he submitted for 2018 general election. According to Form-B and affidavit, Imran Ismail only did B.Com part I after intermediate. Imran …

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Implementation of courts’ school fee verdict a tough task

Like always, private schools mafia has increased tuition fees by 12 to 60 percent in violation of the law of the land. But, this time many parents have decided to stand against illegal fee hike and moved various courts of the country. temporary relief has also been provided to them …

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