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Gaza — hell on planet earth

While switch­ing throug­h channe­ls on televi­sion, I came across scene in which floor awash with blood was being mopped.

July 17, 2014

New order in Egypt

Egypt welcom­es its fifth head of state, Sisi was declar­ed Egypt’s presid­ent after landsl­ide victor­y of 96.9% votes.

June 19, 2014

Thar famine: When mothers eat too little

The malnou­rished mother­s of Tharpa­rkar are not breast­feedin­g their babies like they used to.

April 8, 2014

Oppression at its ‘best’

Societ­y does not take cases of rape seriou­sly; it hurts more when people who say “it is the girl’s fault.

March 27, 2014

Feature: Defying odds, Pakistan’s blind cricket team continues to dazzle

Accord­ing to the chairm­an PBCC the bigges­t proble­m for the squad is the lack of facili­ties.

March 4, 2014

Education SOS: A for average, B for bad?

Underp­rivile­ged parent­s strugg­le to give their childr­en the gift of educat­ion.

February 16, 2014

When arts and literature mix with one’s blood

Accord­ing to KLF 2014's websit­e, 'Navid Shahza­d is known as an actor, poet, journa­list and televi­sion pionee­r.'

February 10, 2014

Moving forward, one dot at a time

If more instit­utions facili­tate visual­ly impair­ed, many except­ional studen­ts will get chance to step into limeli­ght.

January 4, 2014

What has living abroad taught me

There is too much hatred betwee­n people here becaus­e we’re just too obsess­ed with making differ­ences an issue.

December 26, 2013

Helping the helpless: Think BEE starts drive to improve govt schools in NA-250

The initia­tive has manage­d to comple­te its renova­tion phase in one school.

September 17, 2013