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A Glance at Israel’s Brutality In Horror And Death Stricken Gaza

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 5th August 2014

A Glance at Israel’s Brutality In Horror And Death Stricken Gaza Nowadays, Twitter and Face book news feeds are being flooded with horrifying and petrifying images of weeping, sobbing and wailing Palestinian families clinging carcasses of their children, parents or friends. The rising death toll in Gaza is devastating and calamitous. Moreover, the irresolvable differences between Israel and Gaza are aggravating as Palestinian men, women, children...


Revelation Of English Test Scam-Restriction On Pakistani And Foreign Students By UK Authorities

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 27th June 2014

Revelation Of English Test Scam-Restriction On Pakistani And Foreign Students By UK Authorities LONDON: Due to suspect over English test scam around three universities and 57 colleges in United Kingdom has imposed constraint on admissions of foreign students including Pakistani students. The government of Britain instructed the private educational institutions  government to ban on vise sponsoring to all foreign students after revelation of fake English test by the...


Father’s Day- Celebration Of Our Real Life Heroes

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 14th June 2014

Father’s Day- Celebration Of Our Real Life Heroes By Aimen Ali Everyday we watch super man, batman , spiderman, iron man and many more and get thrilled and crazy by their super powers and become their admirers as how they save the day. But in our so busy lives and backbreaking routines we forget the importance of  our  ultimate super heroes  who not...


Catastrophic conditions of Government Hospitals – Patients in peril

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 14th June 2014

Catastrophic conditions of Government Hospitals – Patients in peril By Aiman Ali It would be a laughable notion to think that a patient finds a complete remedy in a public hospital in Pakistan. The feeble maintenance of these hospitals is quite enough to even more worsen the condition of ailing patients. But sadly these people have no other option to choose as private hospitals...


Why society always blames the victim?

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 25th March 2014

Why society always blames the victim? by Sumaira Shiraz Our society comprises of the people who possess different mindsets, in accordance to which they treat the members of the society or the people around them. If we look over the current situation of our country, violence is on it’s peak. From the time, we rouse till the night ends, we continue...


What could have happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370?

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 13th March 2014

What could have happened to Malaysia Airlines flight MH370? BANGKOK: Nearly five days since it disappeared while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, there is still no trace of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Conflicting information, false alarms over debris and confusion over the focus of the search have produced more questions than answers. Here we take a look at the possible scenarios being...


VIP Protocol in Pakistan – Manifestation of egocentricity

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 10th March 2014

VIP Protocol in Pakistan – Manifestation of egocentricity by Farhan Mushtaq Risen up by the people-elected and put on the corridors of power —all by the people. After being served so nicely, even animals are tamed. At least that’s what my experience is with the animals. Getting stuck in traffic just because your way unfortunately happened to be in the path of VIP...


Job Security —- A loser’s concern

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 6th March 2014

Job Security —- A loser’s concern by Farhan Mushtaq While reading through in-numerous articles written on the topic of job security, some of which, advising and luring individuals into believing, how their shift to self-employment might change their days-of-misery and earn them a better living. Sounds highly convincing ? doesn’t it. Everybody’s job security is on the line, as long as...


Social media fuels 21st century fashion revolution

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 10th February 2014

Social media fuels 21st century fashion revolution by Jennie MATTHEW NEW YORK- It may be stilettos at dawn to get a ringside seat at New York’s most exclusive fashion shows, but forget the fur-clad heiresses, today’s VIP is the Internet. The explosion of social media is perhaps the greatest revolution in fashion since Mary Quant’s mini skirt, transforming the industry’s branding and...


Telecom picking up pace with each passing year in Pakistan

By: Sheraz Nasir, Uploaded: 24th January 2014

Telecom picking up pace with each passing year in Pakistan By Shahid Ali Butt Telecom – considered as tool for advancement – has now revolutionized the way people connect and interact, since a visible change in information communications sector is picking up a pace with each passing year. It is the sector that has reduced distances, transcended borders and brought people together in a way...


Working women- The soul of society

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 5th October 2013

Working women- The soul of society When we talk about women’s work, we at first think about the work that women do at home, their unpaid domesticated labour. The old catch-cry women’s work is never done alludes to the hundreds of household’s errands for which ladies are expected to assume ownership and total responsibility. However there is likewise an alternate kind...


Harassment have many faces

By: Sumaira Alwani, Uploaded: 3rd September 2013

Harassment have many faces Years back when I was a little girl I wondered what could have been the possibility that my parents try to protect me when I am walking on the street or when I am standing in a public place. I being a little kid always thought they are just trying to protect me from the...


Eid, a day of grief for Lyari residence

By: Fawad Khan, Uploaded: 9th August 2013

Eid, a day of grief for Lyari residence KARACHI: As Eid arrives for the residents of Lyari, the smell of the explosives is still fresh in their minds. They have not yet washed off the bloodstains of their loved ones. The recent bombing in Lyari that claimed at least 11 lives, including seven children outside the Bazinjo Chowk football ground on early Wednesday,...


Eid is for the rich and not for the poor!

By: Tanveer Khadim, Uploaded: 5th August 2013

Eid is for the rich and not for the poor! After the blessed month of Ramazan, the religious festival of ‘Eid ul Fitr’ or ‘Meethi Eid’ is a dazzling, multi-coloured extravaganza. However, it is also an occasion when sheer poverty does not permit poor to rejoice and celebrate like the well-off – except for high hopes end up in disappointment, exasperation and nervous tension. As...


Malala Yusafzai Case: Debating the Real Rightwing

By: Moez Mobeen, Uploaded: 22nd July 2013

Malala Yusafzai Case: Debating the Real Rightwing The attack on the young Malala Yusafzai has morphed in to a debate about the future direction of Pakistan. Such debates are healthy for a society which is marred in all sorts of problems and issues and hence any such initiative about discussing ideas and solutions to the problems felt by the society should be...


Karachi, at the mercy of gangs and mafias.

By: Asma Sayani, Uploaded: 16th July 2013

Karachi, at the mercy of gangs and mafias. Karachi the financial hub of Pakistan has been left at the mercy of different gangs and mafias. The bloody mayhem that engulfed the city over the past few years reveals that the city is under the control of not government but the cruel mafias and gangs who keep their merciless sway on the city.  Bank...


Foreigners’ trip to Pakistan

By: Farah Jamil, Uploaded: 16th July 2013

Foreigners’ trip to Pakistan Breakfast was already waiting for us when we woke up. It was barely 5 AM as we filled our “other” tanks with freshly cooked, warm parathas and a veritable mountain of eggs. It was still dark outside, and we were still all moving at a snail’s pace trying to pack and load the rest of...


Fighting Colonialism

By: Moez Mobeen, Uploaded: 15th July 2013

Fighting Colonialism The Abbottabad Commission report termed the US raid on 2nd May 2011 to kill Osama bin Laden an act of war by the US against Pakistan. Despite this, Pakistan’s bilateral relationship with US has continued on a normal track with Pakistan continuing to be the front line state in the US war on terror and...


Lyari is no more a shelter of protection

By: Sumaira Alwani, Uploaded: 13th July 2013

Lyari is no more a shelter of protection Lyari, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Karachi, has of late emerged as the biggest challenge to the PPP-led government, which has once been its stronghold for decades. Gang wars, poverty, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), football and boxing are the things usually associated with Lyari. But the recent police operation seems to have yielded nothing...


Transgender are not just a curse

By: Sumaira Alwani, Uploaded: 13th July 2013

Transgender are not just a curse Realization, feelings, sight, aim, daintiness, delicacy and style; these all features makes this particular creature fairly apart from the ones who are always accepted as God’s the only aloft creatures like us. Several terms are used nationally and internationally to refer to people who do not fall in one of the categories of the established....


Is IMF loan a right decision?

By: Sumaira Alwani, Uploaded: 9th July 2013

Is IMF loan a right decision? Pakistan and International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Thursday reached an agreement for a 3-year loan programme of at least $5.3 billion under an Extended Fund Facility (EFF) and the programme is said to be based on Islamabad’s “home grown agenda”. Is this a right step for a country like Pakistan who is already in debt...


Imran Khan snubs national security meeting

By: Sumaira Alwani, Uploaded: 6th July 2013

Imran Khan snubs national security meeting The chairman of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan emphasized the need for all political parties to have a consensus to attract economic growth, prosperity and investment in the country. He mentioned in his address that without the help of all political parties gathered on one ground; we will not be able to achieve our long-term...


Need of compassion in this competitive world

By: Sumaira Alwani, Uploaded: 5th July 2013

Need of compassion in this competitive world What are we without compassion? It’s just like being an animal and looking out only for oneself. According to me the most appropriate explanation for compassion is described by Author Fredrick Buechner. He says that “Compassion is sometimes the fatal capacity for feeling what it is like to live inside somebody else’s skin. It is...


Beyond the Imperfection

By: Sana Malik, Uploaded: 10th June 2013

Beyond the Imperfection I wake up every day, go the University, do lunch somewhere and get back home. I see people, places and moments. I observe how people living in the same city vary from one another. How everyone has their different stories and different realities of life. For a class project, I went to the Dolmen City...


A Rebuttal of the Official Narrative on the War on Terror

By: Moez Mobeen, Uploaded: 30th May 2013

A Rebuttal of the Official Narrative on the War on Terror The war on terror continues to be the most important and polarizing debate in Pakistan. Yet, it continues to this day with the most fundamental question still unanswered, is it our war or not? Although since the start of this war, Pakistani public has consistently rejected it as an American war, a section of the...


Civil nuclear help from China

By: Aqil Khan, Uploaded: 27th May 2013

Civil nuclear help from China Often our political leadership gives such statements like an XYZ country will make an investment in Pakistan But I ask why? The developed countries coming for investment have their own business interests and their investment is not to let Pakistan become a self-sufficient nation with a rival to their businesses and market interests. This would...


 
 
 



 
 
 



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