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Ambassadors of joyful learning – first early childhood education teacher training from Finland to Pakistan!

Staff Report ISLAMABAD: KOULU Education Group and Train2Impact started a first ever early childhood education (ECE) teacher training from Finland in Islamabad, Pakistan. Teachers, coordinators and management from four renowned private schools –Froebel’s International School, Headstart School, Lahore Grammar School and The City School– attended the contact days from 24th …

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If you have Pepsi; Problem solved – “Global Ad Campaign” Blunder

By Aiman Raza Big companies make mistakes every day. In marketing world we call it marketing blunder. Latest example of this century marketing blunder is Pepsi new advertisement. “Global ad campaign” features Kendall Jenner. Jenner modeling in a blonde wig and dark lipstick, but then Jenner sees a protest! Jenner …

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Maryam, Ivanka and Sumeyye among top 100 influential daughters 

LONDON (Wednesday – March 22, 2017) Maryam Nawaz Sharif, is among the 100 high profile influential daughters of heads of state and government across the globe. According to a list of the influential daughters, Maryam was originally involved in the family’s charity organisations and played a prominent role in managing …

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 Pakistan ranks at 154 in Global Youth Development Index

BY AADARSH  MUZAFFAR Pakistan has seen decline in its Youth Development Index score by 18 % since 2010. Pakistan ranked at 154 out of 183 countries with overall score 0.47 according to the new Global Youth Development Index (YDI) compiled by commonwealth secretariat. YDI has incorporated five categories, measuring level …

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Nasir arrested in London alongside bookie over fixing probe

LAHORE: Pakistan left-handed opener Nasir Jamshed was arrested on Tuesday by Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) alongside a bookie named Mohammad Yousuf. According to the representative of the NCA, Jamshed and Yousuf have been released on bail and asked to report to the agency in April. “Two men in their …

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