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Bravo Patriotic Media…Still, Long Way to Go! – M. Sultan Shah

By: M.Sultan Shah “Patriotic media is all set for a key role in shaping a wonderful future of Pakistan. Carry this flag with sincerity, people of Pakistan are hopeful again…Do not stab them ever!!!”

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For the Sake of Our Children – Tania Ahsan

By: Tania Ahsan The trilingual medium and multi standard schools that are available for our children cannot claim that they are achieving their goals. Most parents are not happy and children are not enjoying perfect environment.

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Pakistan Idol… Entertainment or a Slap to Ideology? – M.Sultan Shah

By: M.Sultan Shah A very unwanted feeling while I first heard it. When I Saw an add showcasing ‘Pakistan Idol’ with whirling bodies responding to soothing Music, “What the Hell is that?” was my first impression.

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…..And Lovely Winter Arrived with the Bang – Sundus Mubeen

…..and Lovely Winter arrived with the bang. John Boswell said, “Winter, a lingering season , is a time to gather golden moments, embark upon a sentimental journey and enjoy every idle hour”.

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Education System of The Islamic Republic of Pakistan – Tania Ahsan

By: Tania Ahsan The education system for children starts from the early age of 4 and ends at the age of 16.In this primary age children have sound and innocent minds ,which are simply able to grasp and follow what ...

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Old Age; An Inspiration

The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coifed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved to a nursing home today. Her husband of ...

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Burqa – Tania Ahsan

Burqa – Tania Ahsan MY BURQA seems to be the only problem coming in between the implication of Islamic sharia. 95 % of simple middle classes and lower middle classes of Pakistani society are ready and anxious to embrace the ...

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United We Stand, Divided We Fall… – M. Sultan Shah

By: Sultan Shah “If we want to be together and can display Unity in Patches, so why obey theories of conflict???”

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The Life of Addiction – Tania Ahsan

The Life of Addiction – Tania Ahsan My 23 year old son tells me to take care of his very expensive designer shirt. Why am I not happy to see that he has indulged in caring for what itself is ...

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Malala and Abeer: The difference in the narrative told by the West – Ayesha Nasir

By: Ayesha Nasir Have you heard of Abeer Qassim Hamza al-Janabi? Abeer Qassim Hamza al-Janabi was a 14-year-old Iraqi girl who lived in a house to the southwest of Yusufiyah, a village to the west of the town of Al-Mahmudiyah, ...

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