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The 20, 000 square kilometres (KM) Pakistan’s desert region Tharparkar is one of the poorest districts in Southeast Pakistan, Tharparkar is just at a distance of 300 km from Karachi. Tharparkar is home to malnutrition, infections, water shortage and lack of proper medical facilities. According to the health...

Irregularities in PIA

August 14, 2018

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is the national flag-carrier of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan has become a national burden. Once amongst the top international lines of the world, PIA assisted to establish Emirates, a Dubai based airline, by providing technical and administrative support to the Emirates’ staff in its academy. And now, Emirates stands at the world’s...

It’s never too late to do the right thing, although overseas Pakistanis had wished to vote in the General Election 2018, however, mechanism to allow this to happen could not be devised in time. But now it is learnt that Overseas Pakistanis will be able to exercise their right to vote in the forthcoming by-election in the country’s 25 constituencies on October 25,...

Fake Police encounter

August 11, 2018

Pakistani police culture of ‘encounter’ is severely becoming a threat to society. In a recent Heart-wrenching incident, Millat Town Faisalabad police allegedly killed two matriculation students in an “encounter” last week, claiming that both opened fire during a chase where Police registered an encounter case against the boys under sections 186, 324, 365 and 13/20/65....

Sexual harassment

August 10, 2018

For too long, women sexual harassment in Pakistan were not uncovered believing that the consequences of taking action are more damaging than staying silent, most women continue to staying silent with harassment. The rape and murder of Zainab had led to countrywide protests and created a new scenario to reveal the harasser the not to stay silent. Where the culprit named...

Congo Virus fear

August 8, 2018

Eidul Azha is just round the corner and cattle traders pouring sacrificial animals into cattle markets ahead of Eid-UL-Azha. It has thrown up the prospect of Congo virus outbreak in the country. Sacrifice is a religious obligation for all Muslims, but people should also take care of themselves while handling and slaughtering animals. The Congo virus is a viral disease...

Kashmir is on fire

August 7, 2018

Kashmir, paradise on earth with its majestic azure mountains and fairytale valleys, was a land of vibrant colors and captivating beauty. Kashmir was famous for the peace, harmony and spirituality preached by Hazrat Bulbul Shah, Hazrat Mir Syed Ali Hamadani and many other great Muslim saints. But In the last decades the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, around 700,000 Indian...

Diamer Attacks

August 6, 2018

The recent terroristic attacks in Diamer schools shaken the nation, twelve schools were attacked overnight appears synchronized attacks by unknown attackers in Diamir about 130-kilometre from Gilgit, raising fears of increasing extremism in a relatively peaceful area. Diamer is the lowest-ranking district in terms of quality of education in Gilgit-Baltistan GB, with a...

Corruption is mother of all evils, a silent killer and the major hurdles in way to the progress and prosperity of the country. NAB is committed to eradicate corruption by adopting ‘Accountability for All’ policy through ‘zero tolerance’ and ‘self accountability’ across the board under the leadership of its Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal. NAB has started a...

Rigging allegations

August 2, 2018

Soon after the General Elections 20181, almost all major parties of Pakistan rejected election results and showed their reservations, particularly on the vote counting process. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P), Awami National Party (ANP) and MMA have all claimed that the votes cast at various...

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