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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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Woh Intezar Tha Jiska, Yeh Who Sahar Tau Nahi – Noushah Arshad

By: Noushah Arshad It’s time to stand up. It’s time to pay respect to our National Anthem. As soon as it starts playing in the gathering of almost two hundred Pakistanis; the first impression comes, “Keep sitting. Why you need ...

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Role of Books in Era of Information Technology! – Muhammad Sultan Shah

By: Mohammad Sultan Shah In this era of infomration storming when almost you can get anything and everything with a fingertouch, debate on importance of books keep itself alive.

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Educational Crisis! – Aleena Rizvi

  By: Aleena Rizvi The whole Karachi was on fire during the two days massacre of 12 May 2007. On roads, I did not find any vehicle except for one or two and the shops and stores were shut down.

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While Karachi was Shutting Down, I Learned a Harsh Lesson – Aleena Rizvi

By: Aleena Rizvi I was on a bus going back home, when the bus was stopped near Mausamyaat Gulistan-e-Jauhar area and we were asked to step out of the bus due to the protest going on in the city. It ...

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Power of Social Media… A Perspective! – Muhammad Sultan Shah

By: Muhammad Sultan Shah “Social Media is a Mix of Sweet and Sour, becoming stronger every passing day. It can’t be avoided…It’s life!”

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NAYA QANOON aur MANGOO USTAAD

“Glimpses of my feelings on elections, 11th May 2013”   By: Muhammad Sultan Shah Observing this all election mess in Pakistan including Fake slogans and Tragic advertisements from various political parties, I am remembering NAYA QANOON afsana by Saadat Hasan ...

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I Know a Pakistan … – Noushah Arshad

By: Noushah Arshad

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Accept The Reality And Move On! – Rafia Jalil Khan

By: Rafia Jalil Khan Sorry! ‘Your daughter has blood cancer and she is counting the last moments of her life’ My heart stopped beating and the time suddenly slowed down. The cruel words I did not want to hear at ...

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Haqeeqat-e-Tanhaee – Fatima Masood

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