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The general, the CEO, and the teacher are not the most important

  The main daily newspaper of Naples, Florida ‘Naples Daily News’ has published an article on January 1, 2017, written by syndicated columnist and family psychologist John Rosemond. The teaser headline reads:“Your kids should not be the most important in the family”. This article has gone viral on social media …

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Rulers fall by flaw, not fate

  Man’s history from the beginning is full of examples of the downfall of once the most powerful rulers in the world ended up in misery and punishment. A critical study into history reveals some flaws common in all the mighty rulers i.e. Pride, arrogance and fear of defeat. These …

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Education – an ongoing security lapse in Pakistan

Every new year the world around us starts talking about ‘new year resolution’. This is a very common practice for not only common people around the world but also for businesses, organizations, institutions and even governments. This practice involves recalling the past year; analyzing the intended goals and the degree …

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Knowledge is unborn in Pakistan!

AT Wroclaw Medical University, Poland, a 32-year-old, Piotr, who was born without his left hand, recently underwent a 13-hour operation and had successfully been joined a left hand to his body. Despite currently only having the ability to move his fingers, doctors are optimistic Piotr will not only gain more …

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