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PREVENT HEPATITIS It’s up to you, World Hepatitis Day 2017

PREVENT HEPATITIS It's up to you, World Hepatitis Day 2017

Advertisements in the form of wall chalking in the nook and cranny of Pakistan as well as print and electronic media campaigns convey a clear message that the menacing the viral infection named hepatitis is rapidly spreading in the country. However, most of these ads come from those individuals, organizations and companies that cause more and more health complications for …

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International Widows Day

International Widows Day

“With degrading, harsh treatment, everyone seems bent on killing a widow insomuch that the tormenting thoughts come to her mind as if she herself had killed her husband.” These were the feelings of ‘S’, a highly qualified woman currently serving on an important post in a government department. She is a widow with a 10-year-old daughter. She says, “A widow, …

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United Nations Peacekeeping Forces Blessed are the peacemakers

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“The heroes of the world community are not those who withdraw when difficulties ensue, not those who can envision neither the prospects of success nor the consequences of failure – but those who stand the heat of battle, the fight for world peace through the United Nations.” — (Hurbert Humphrey) Conflicts are as old as humans themselves. Starting from Cane …

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World Health Day 2017, DEPRESSION, Let’s talk and beat this silent killer

World Health Day 2017, DEPRESSION

Do you often feel very tired, pessimist and hopeless? Have you lost interest in activities and interests you previously enjoyed? Do feelings of guilt and compunction keep you occupied? Are you insomniac? Do you often suffer from digestive disorders? Are you losing weight? Do you get exhausted and fatigued? Do you feel remorse and contrition? Do relationships not attract you …

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Waste water, A Daunting Challenge of Our Times

Waste water, A Daunting Challenge of Our Times

 “When the well’s dry, we know the worth of water.”  (— Benjamin Franklin) The famous saying “One bad apple spoils the whole bunch,” which in other words means “One bad fish can spoil the whole pond,” holds true for many an aspect of our lives. In the present-day context, perhaps, it’s all about water because recent researches suggest that one …

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The Power of Radio

The Power of Radio

“This is Pakistan Broadcasting Service, Lahore. We now bring you a special programme on the dawn of Pakistan’s independence.” This announcement in the voices of Zahur Azar and Mustafa Ali Hamadani from Lahore station of Pakistan Broadcasting Service (PBS) heralded the formal inception of radio in Pakistan. Similar announcements by Aftab Ahmad Khan from Peshawar and A.F. Kalimullah from Dhaka …

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Forests and Sustainability of Life

Forests and Sustainability of Life

On need on combating deforestation and enhancing afforestation  “The geography of Pakistan along with weak social and economic sectors has pushed the country a place up on the list of countries most affected by environmental and socio-economic impacts of climate change.” This finding, which was reported in the “Global Climate Risk Index” of the Bonn-based NGO Germanwatch, succinctly points out …

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Telling the Untold Stories of Migration

Telling the Untold Stories of Migration

Migration, be it within a country’s boundaries or beyond its territorial limits, is a phenomenon no country is excepted from. Whether it is a developing country or a developed one, internally-displaced people or those who have migrated to other places are found everywhere. These migrants play a critical role in keeping the wheel of their host countries’ socioeconomic development in …

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SAARC, A Victim of India’s Hegemonic Designs

SAARC, A Victim of India’s Hegemonic Designs

Objectives of Saarc (a) to promote the welfare of the peoples of SOUTH ASIA and to improve their quality of life; (b) to accelerate economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region and to provide all individuals the opportunity to live in dignity and to realise their full potentials; (c) to promote and strengthen collective self-reliance among the …

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International Day of Rural Women, Empowering the oft-neglected segment of society

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The nations which neglect women’s all-encompassing role in all spheres of society, ranging from homes to other societal institutions, neither can bring up new generations nor do they can fully exploit the resources of production. Resultantly, people keep groping in the dark and remain grappling with numerous problems ranging from ignorance and poverty to healthcare issues, unilateral decision-making, so on …

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