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Reese Witherspoon Challenge garner a line of celebs

When is it that we do not come across something engrossing on the internet. And to top it all with it is always social media apps to get the trends kicking off from a scorching start line. Among all these we often see 'challenges accepted' and 'memes'. Taking it a notch higher in the celeb class is none other than...

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Reese Witherspoon Challenge garner a line of celebs

When is it that we do not come across something engrossing on the internet. And to top it all with it is always social media apps to get the trends kicking off from a scorching start line. Among all these we often see 'challenges accepted' and 'memes'. Taking it a notch higher in the celeb class is none other than...

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Ayyan’s 8 Shades of Lilt

After the online release of the single 'Earthquake' on January 2015  the model turned singer Ayyan Ali revealed on her social media accounts of the arrival of her remaining eight tracks from the album 'Nothing Like Everything'. Much before the designated time she slated the eight tracks on her YouTube channel gathering a reasonable amount of views within days of...

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Strategic Partnerships in Demanding Times

Living life in the fast lane, the economy patterns shift to a convenient and a more flexible one that delivers on time rather than mere perfection. Ride hailing started because it was need of the day. It may also be referred as ride sharing but that differs slightly from the former. Although it may be noted that the first ride...

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Choose Your Green Tea Flavour

You may well remember the famous advertising campaign Lipton green tea launched when they came out with shopping bags that were designed as their green tea bags. It created quite an impact in the countries it was launched in. The campaign was also one of the most famous ones and featured on several viral social media platforms in the 1990s....

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Coming Back to Life

On the reopening of various businesses the words of Asad Umer stating the "Philippines is learning from Pakistan" resonates the very plan that Ayub Khan had developed for Pakistan. At that time world leaders gave the example of Pakistan as one country to learn from where development was concerned.  From establishing PIDC, PICIC, Banks and similar, for businesses to help...

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The secretive Matrix 4

|By: Ayaz Malik| Fighting the machines to save human race , once again, we see Neo and Trinity take to the task in much touted Matrix 4. More of a rehashed and reloaded, vamped up version this sequel's storyline has still been kept under covers only revealing bits of news items making it furthermore tantalising to devour when the flick...

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Kashmir Solidarity Day to be a Moment of Fervor and Hope!

|By: Ayaz Malik| The sun never set on the British empire, was the slogan of the colonial rule. As the United Kingdom began handing over their colonies to the respective dwellers of the land, they made sure that no matter, when freedom was set as a standard for the said country, there shall remain one or more issues to keep...

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Online: A Progress or Means to Eradicate the Conventional?

|By: Ayaz Malik| The debate whether online resources are a threat to the conventional method of life has been going on since the advent of internet as it bloomed to its present form. It was an exhilarating experience when these very resources were made common to the populace. The new methods of communication and lively browsing on the internet got...

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Will Trump Administration Act on the Students Visa Issue?

|By: Ayaz Malik| Just before Trump administration ordered the suburbs to be cleaned out, the surprising orders of the President of United States regarding students to leave the country if they were unable to get transferred to a college with at least some in-person instruction, failing to clear all subjects. Around the 6th of July the move that got heads...

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Tackling Stress and Mental Issues While Quarantined

|By: Ayaz Malik| Throughout time it is only in the adverse moments that we know our actual worth. For instance, the past is filled with a handful of inflictions that we have been subjected to. This time it is the outbreak of the COVD-19 or corona virus, as its commonly known. When the virus surfaced it was taken lightly. This...

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Of SAPMs, Resignations and Tweets

|By: Ayaz Malik| Once again the murky matter of dual citizenship has emerged where the cabinet members of Pakistan are concerned. This time the first one to submit the resignation was Tania Aidrus from Digital Pakistan and subsequently Dr. Zafar Mirza to tender his resignation from National Health, among much hue and cry that is going on pertaining to the...

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Let your Child Grow with Germs

|By: Ayaz Malik| We do keep one strict eye that our children definitely do not get near any dirt or anything 'germy'. It makes sense, they might fall ill. But think again. Keeping the little ones too sterilised might weaken their immune system - making them prone to catching any disease on the slightest of exposure. Yes, with the COVID...

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Power Workouts for Couples is the best during these times

|By: Ayaz Malik| During these days of keeping oneself in proper shape has become more of a challenge than was expected a few months ago. That was when COVID-19 was just a whiff of a rumour. But after it has hit us severely (as was not expected by anyone) the home-ridden lifestyles have made living, sedentary not to mention, we...

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Unwavering spirit of our volunteers combating Coronavirus in Sindh

  By Minaam Abid   The outbreak of the novel Coronavirus has wreaked havoc on a global scale. Topics such as derailing economies, crippled healthcare systems, and lack of a structured approach to disaster management have been fueling debates across our nation for weeks. One opinion, however, stands unanimous: the protection of our frontline healthcare workers. Social distancing, albeit the...

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Stop Being Judgmental: Empathy missing from society

By: Sabeen Aijaz Ubuntu Nguni Bantu (language spoken in south africa)term meaning "humanity." It is often translated as "I am because we are," I dont know why but the glitter in this actor’s eyes and his smile is not letting me believe that he committed the horrific act of suicide . He being a hindu or an Indian doesn't stop...

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First Location Based Online Shopping Search Engine Launched by Pakistani Students

COVID-19 outbreak has increasingly affected health, especially the minds of people. A strict lockdown has been imposed in Pakistan by the government due to this transmittable virus. People are feeling suffocated while being locked in quarantine at home for more than two months. COVID-19 is a threat to life, and it has highly affected the minds because all of a...

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