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Vote and Dimensions Within

The question of regionalism is as old as the 1940 Lahore resolution where Pakistan was presented as a collection of “sovereign” territorial units or regions. The subsequent episodes of the country’s story are well-known, including the 1971 second partition. More than 40 years later, the coming general election offers a …

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Comprise on Health?

In Pakistan, unfortunately oxytocin is being used blindly by farmers living in villages for milk let down in their animals without knowing its harmful effects on their animals. Farmers are using oxytocin injection before milking almost twice a day in cattle and buffaloes for this purpose. The purpose of using …

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International Hegemony And Sorrows of Palestinians

Palestine pledge called for international protection through OIC. Leaders of Muslim nations have called for an international force to protect Palestinians, following the killing of more than 60 protesters by Israeli forces in Gaza.An extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Istanbul voiced determination to take action against …

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Malala And the Other Side 

Returning back to Pakistan may have finished her home sickness.A four day visit Of Malala is redefining a better image of Pakistan Globally. Malala Yousafzai may have won the Nobel Peace Prize, but she remains an object of hate for many Pakistanis who view her as a Western agent on …

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Stephen Hawking: An Apostle of Cosmology

When I read his book “A Brief History of Time”, I felt that somebody is present to be remained curious being even physically paralyzed. He proved by his commitment that man can do everything if he owns sincerity with the quest of Exploration. U.S. President Barack Obama talks with Stephen …

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Save your children: Save Future

UniCeF uses the term ‘child protection’ to refer the prevention and respond to violence, exploitation and abuse against children including commercial sexual exploitation, trafficking, child labor and harmful traditional practices such as female genital mutilation and child marriage. UniCeF’s child protection program also target the children who are uniquely vulnerable …

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