By Saba Khalid
During the three months that I spent in Berlin this year,I learnt to envy the typical German woman. She lives in the same universe as me,she walks the same Earth as me,sits across from me at work,yet the rules that she lives by in her country,the opportunities that . . . →Read More:Cycling for Change
Sir Muhammad Iqbal,also known as Allama Iqbal,was a philosopher,poet and politician in British India who is widely regarded as having inspired the Pakistan Movement.
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By DASHIELL BENNETT
There are more reports out England today that 14-year-old Taliban shooting victim Malala Yousufzai is responding well to treatment and has a good chance of fully recovering without any brain damage. Adam Elick of The New York Times reports on Facebook that she has come out of her coma (though she is not fully concious) and . . . →Read More:Malala out of coma,now recovering
If Pakistan has a future,it is embodied in Malala Yousafzai. Yet the Taliban so feared this 14-year-old girl that they tried to assassinate her. Her supposed offense? Her want of an education and her public advocation for it.
Malala was on her way home from school in Mingora,Pakistan,in the Swat Valley,on . . . →Read More:Malalai Yousafzai- an inspiration
By Reem Faruqi
This is it. The moment I’ve been waiting for.
I am standing in front of a petite Pakistani lady,only a little taller than I,yet with triple my spunk. And she is triple my age.
As I greet her,my mind races. She looks at me,and smiles . . . →Read More:A Poignant tribute to a remarkable lady
For a country that appears frequently in international headlines,most people worldwide have little knowledge about the real Pakistan. Its role in the war on terror is of great interest but few have fully explored what values,beliefs and ambitions of the natives really are. The dominant discourse about Pakistanis is of a traditional,patriarchal, . . . →Read More:Breaking Boundaries
Zainab Bibi,31,moved from Malakand Division to Peshawar to work for an NGO,but believes women like her have no future of having a family life.
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Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has stressed upon the students receiving laptops to utilize computers as a weapon against poverty and ignorance and ensure a dignified status for the country by acquiring modern education. He said that distribution of laptops to students will bring about a revolution in education sector in Pakistan. He said that Punjab government will distribute a further three lakh laptops among brilliant students next year.
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