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PBC Contract Employees are Exploited

By: Yousuf Solangi The educated poor people of Pakistan are very well exploited by the political parties which come to power as a result of elections. To get the votes of the jobless youth, they are offered jobs in the government and government corporations. No proper procedure is followed, no merit is taken into account, no equal opportunity is offered …

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Current Situation of Nagorno Karabakh and Indian Occupied Kashmir | Afzaal Chaudhary Malera

By :Afzaal Chaudhary Malera Many new states came into being after the breakdown of USSR in which Armenia and Azerbaijan were also included. They had a bone of contention in 90’s when Armenia captured the Nagorno Karabakh of Azerbaijan’s territory. From then the Nagorno Karabakh is a disputed territory and it’s population were mostly Muslims, many migrated due to the …

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Decline of moral values in society | Sajad Jatoi

By: Sajad Jatoi Morals and ethics are declining; corruption of them continues to constantly ravage societies all over the world. Here, in our country, with each passing day we seem to be transcending moral and ethical lines. Despite our hallow claims of being a civilised nation, general malaises such as sexual harassment and abuse and sectarian violence are becoming prevalent. …

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There Would be No other Like Her (Noor Jahan) | Kamran Khamiso Khowaja

BY: Kamran Khamiso Khowaja 21 September the birth Anniversary of Allah wasai who earned indestructible fame as Melody Queen Noor Jahan was born in Kasur in the year 1926. She inherited singing from her mother and it was quite clear right from her childhood that she was going to be virtuoso in Singing. Her mother sent her Calcutta (Kolkata) so …

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Is UNO a failed organization? | Deedar Hussain Khoso

By: Deedar Hussain Khoso UNO security council and OIC are the international organizations that has been working to maintain Peace and security in the world. They have been trying to maintain the peace for decades worldwide. UNO: United nations of organizations was estbalished in october 1945 after the world war II. Looking at the destructions made in second world war …

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Guarantor of the Future | Muhammad Shafiq Ch

By: Muhammad Shafiq Ch Can a country function without a documented economy? In today’s modern world, it is almost impossible to imagine. The future of the state depends on economic development. Decades ago, the state was divided into a capitalist, communist and socialist economy. The communist system, from production to distribution, was run under a system of government, while the …

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Democracy Must Prevail in Its true form | Kamran Khamiso Khowaja

By: Kamran Khamiso Khowaja September 15 marks the international day of democracy to raise awareness regarding its importance in the political structure of the world. Different Ideologists, authors, and political scientists have explained it according to their understanding and observation of the society in which we live. Aristotle, the most influential and prolific political philosopher of his era views democracy …

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Those who hate Sindh often ask what the PPP gave to Sindh | Ali Tirmizi

By: Ali Tirmizi Let us tell you The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has shifted its focus from false promises to practical work, some of which you can see. Regional Blood Centers were set up in Jamshoro,Karachi,Nawab Shah and Sukkur Which has a capacity of 200,000 blood bags The Lyari Expressway is completely functional Construction of Multipurpose Sports Hall at Tando …

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The Political Perspective of Karbala Tragedy | Mustafa Ali Baig

By: Mustafa Ali Baig Historiography is a very complex subject especially when a particular historical event is subjected to a heavy process of fact checking, which is a very difficult stage. It is imperative to look at and understand the events and situations from a collective point of view. Even the context is sometimes more important than the original event. …

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