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Child Labour in Pakistan

Child labor defines as the use of children measured younger than a specific age. West Pakistan has passed the laws for limiting child labour and bound thralldom however these laws and measures are universally neglected. Some kids are domestic staff in West Pakistan still operating beneath the worst type of child labour that deprives them of education. Associate absence of...

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The Race for Views on Youtube

The last few years saw an unparalleled rise in the YouTube channels. Primarily developed for the working community, YouTube channels furthered towards facilitating a host of newer entrants changing  the trend to a suggested viewership instead of the on demand that was YouTube's main operation for a number of years since its inception. The trend caught on and 'youtubers' emerged....

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Health of The Mind and Our Youth

The youth as we know today has so much to do and choose from a variety of activities that were presumably not available ever before. It is only a progression in time that changes trends from yesteryear to today.  Digital, online -  the coming of the internet and its multifaceted venues to venture out, got the world busying itself with...

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Filming The Best of Disasters

Movie producers have always taken up natural calamities as a hot subject to create and present their 35mm digital wonders. Have a good big screen - and they are sure to give you the jitters. Tornados whirl up everything, no matter how big, to the unfathomable skies, waves crush and reclaim all within their reach when a storm strikes. The...

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Sakina Samo: The First Artist to support Saba Qamar

After Saba Qamar and Bilal Saeed being subject to an FIR for a shoot at a mosque we see the first voice raised in favour of Saba Qamar. It is none other but a fellow and senior artist, Sakina Samo a multi award winning actress who knows the ropes only too well. She has seen the ups and downs of...

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73 Years of Freedom and Progress

As we enjoy the celebrations of the 14th of August, Pakistan's 73rd birthday today we have to consider the background along with all the sacrifices and the zeal of the ones whose efforts to achieve a separate nation to freely practice their religion and culture. After the landmark announcement on the radio on the late evening of 14th of this...

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Travel & Leisure: A Trip Through Karachi Water Waves

Placed at an extremely strategic point where the coastal belt ranges from one shore of South Asia to UAE, Karachi offers the most ideal in water sports. By water sports here we mean the opportunity to go boating and fishing. Pakistan waters are known all over the world for the variety of fishes and the scenic beauty. There are a...

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Nazia’s Unforgettable Niche

The Disco Dewanae fame girl Nazia Hasan's 19th death anniversary will be marked today. The sultry sensational lass lost her life due to cancer as it is commonly known. Hasan, who performed most of the songs with her brother Zohaib was Pakistan's first teen music sensation, after having worked on a project produced by Biddu (who composed all the tracks...

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Book Review: John Grisham’s ‘A Time For Mercy’ will Keep You Mesmerized!

John Grisham who is well known for his simple and yet engrossing unputdownable books has an array of best sellers to his name, most of them dealing with legal matters of sorts from large courtrooms and metropolitans to far seated towns in the American environ. There are more than a number of ways he presents his readers the stories, ranging...

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Ignorance Where it Comes to Relaxing the Lockdown

As the COVID lockdown in Pakistan has been lifted the masses once again have gone back to normal life. it is a breath of fresh air indeed. the feeling of once again going out and enjoying the pleasures and bustle of the city has revived. Going back to normal life most have gone back to 'a too normal life' forgetting...

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Thar Coal Project Sino Sindh takes off

With the advent of CPEC, the Chinese Premier said that reviving the silk route to newer and more destinations linking almost every conceivable country and city would be the beginning of the new world order. The news was published then on China's official website prior to Li Jinping making a world tour. Pakistan was one of the first countries to...

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Sanctity of Worship Places and The Excess

Historical and heritage sites are often used as a backdrop for television and movie shoots of various sorts. It is nothing new. A lot of public service spots, music videos and the likes have in the past made good ambient use of the above-mentioned. There remains one point though. Permissions regarding the nature of videography, if they are in accordance...

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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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