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Pakistan’s education crisis demands uniform education system

By: Syed Muhammad Kashshaf Education System in Pakistan has always been a subject of great importance when it comes to the country's development . By depriving our lower and middle class from basic life necessities mainly education, we can't progress . We have a very discriminatory education system in place in Pakistan . There exist first Intermediate , A levels...

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Pakistan’s education crisis demands uniform education system

By: Syed Muhammad Kashshaf Education System in Pakistan has always been a subject of great importance when it comes to the country's development . By depriving our lower and middle class from basic life necessities mainly education, we can't progress . We have a very discriminatory education system in place in Pakistan . There exist first Intermediate , A levels...

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MACROECONOMIC PROGRESS: Is Pakistan Out of economic crisis?

|By : Syed Muhammad Kashshaf | The recently highlighted government’s claim that the economy is on the mend is not entirely factual given the forecasts in the World Bank report. According to the report, the growth rate is expected to fall at 2.4% in the current fiscal year with only a slow recovery to 3.0% in the next fiscal year....

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Modi an Adolf Hitler reborn

By: | Muhamamd Tabish Sarfaraz| 74 years after the Allies destroyed the Nazi tyranny that it has surfaced again anew. And 84 years after the Nuremberg Laws stripped German Jews of their citizenship, the Indian government, led by right-wing Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) has introduced the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019. The BJP, ideologically a vicious and extremist Hindu nationalist party,...

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Identity of Pakistan Street Children in jeopardy as existing laws mere rubber-stamp

  By: |Fawwad Raza| Human Rights Day is observed on December 10, every year. First time it was observed in 1948 -the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Pakistan was one of the countries, who signed the declaration in its early days. On the occasion of the international day of human rights,...

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Anti-Climax: Nawaz flying to London is what ‘System’ wants

By: |Syed Tazmeen Javed| It is said that there is no principal line in politics. It's believed that a political faction should not take an extreme position while making claims. Reasons for the mentioned beliefs and assertions in my understanding is the system where these political players are the part of. A system that is beyond their tiny intellect. As...

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Allama Iqbal: The forgotten promise

By: | Muhammad Ali Azlan |   A man of his age, A man ahead of his age and A man at war with his age. Truly the Greatest Poet,Thinker,Philosopher and Ideologue of the past 2 centuries ALLAMA MUHAMMAD IQBAL lovingly known as the Hakim-ul-Ummat. Born in Sialkot on 9 November 1877, in British India (now in Pakistan), whose poetry...

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CPEC will stay a game changer

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="220"] Broadcast Journalist - Television Anchor - Filmmaker[/caption] By: | Zain Khan | As part of the Belt and Road initiative, China invests $62 billion in Pakistan through the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which the government and the public perceive to be a game-changer for the country's destiny, and senior government representatives often talk highly of it...

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Death of a pacifist

By: | Muhammad Ali Azlan | Twitter: @Reb_ali_ous Email: aliazlan392@gmail.com Pakistan and the world at large sits at another crossroads, what is a decisive chapter in history for many and may very well be a decisive chapter in the history of time given the nuclear capability of the states involved, the stakes on the line and the potential of the...

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Pakistan Cricket will rise to next level for sure

By: |Syed Ahad Hussain| Now that the World Cup zeal is over for Pakistan fans, it is time to evaluate what the team did right or wrong in England over the last one month. Despite having the most terrible possible start to its campaign, Pakistan did what Pakistan does usually, i.e. kept its fans, even the neutrals, on the edge...

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Overpopulation: A real state of crisis for Pakistan

By: |Maryam Qureshi| Pakistan ranks number 6 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by contributing 2.6 per cent to the World population. The masses of Pakistan don’t believe in family planning and the only statement you will get to hear from them is ‘bachay do hi achay’. Since I was a kid I recall watching advertisements by ‘sabz sitara’....

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Black Mirror: A Reality or a Hoax

By: |Simra Shahab| With an iconic video reference of British anthology science fiction television series, let's start with a topic that has always sparked interest between individuals. Today's time is literally surrounded by technology and our eyes stuck to black screens like a bee in its hive. Modern issues, specifically focusing on mankind's dependency on technology. https://twitter.com/McJesse/status/938235087396790272 "Black Mirror's Creator Dramatizes Our Worst...

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Chicken meat causing rising rates of PCOs across the world

By: |Simra Shahab|  Since 1955 had the most astounding scope of beef, mutton, and then chicken. Be that as it may, because of ascent of costs, people moved to chicken as it is the most reasonable type of meat utilization. Soon, chicken replaced mutton as the prices for mutton meat reached sky high and since the middle class crisis, the...

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1992 vs 2019 World Cup: Memes played crucial part in keeping hopes alive for Pakistani fans

BY: Maryam Qureshi Rollercoaster ride it has been for Pakistan’s cricket team. ‘Unpredictable’ is the term locals use to define this team and no doubt they are unpredictable, from turning an easy target by taking it to 6 on 6. Exactly when everything was taking a turn so did social media posts, from bashing Sarfaraz Ahmed about his unfit body...

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Corporate World: Private educational institutions source of making huge money

BY: Maryam Qureshi Pakistan’s literacy rate was calculated at 58 pc in the year 2018, the definition of a literate person who made the prestigious 58% is: “Someone who is able to read and write their own name.“ Goes to show the benchmark we set to achieve a seemingly impressive figure when compared to the third world. Private schools who...

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Dignity Matters: Zaira decides to part ways with Bollywood

BY: Taha Jalil Eighteen years old girl, Zaira Waseem who raised to fame and glory after the MR. perfectionist Amir Khan cast her in Dangal movie, has decided to leave the Bollywood industry and following the announcement, she got more fame among the people who value dignity. Recently she wrote a FB post, in which she appeared to be sagacious...

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Zaira Sheikh Peace over Career ?

By: |Simra Shahab|   Zaira is a Kashmir born 18 year old, belonging to a Muslim family of  Zahid and Zarqa Wasim. She graduated  her tenth grade from St. Paul's International Academy in Sonwar, Srinagar. For a fact she is a bright young individual who scored 92 per cent in her board examinations. Talking about a career which blossomed since she starred in...

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