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Hassaan Bin Zubair

The writer is a PhD Scholar (English Literature). He can be reached at: hbz77@yahoo.com

Dr. Ruth Katherina Martha Pfau, The Mother Teresa of Pakistan!

“Dr Pfau’s services to end leprosy in Pakistan cannot be forgotten. She left her homeland and made Pakistan her home to serve humanity. Pakistani nation salutes Dr Pfau and her great tradition to serve humanity will be continued.” — Mamnoon Hussain President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Dr Ruth Pfau, a German-born medical missionary who was hailed as the …

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Terror Clean Bowled, Pakistan Wins!

Pakistan Wins Today

Shedding the fear that had gripped the country amidst a fresh wave of terrorist attacks, thousands of cricket lovers thronged Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium to watch the final of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017 edition. Lahore was just like the centre of the universe for the cricket enthusiasts as people from all parts of the country were there to witness …

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Higher Education and Its Diminishing Worth in Pakistan

Higher Education and Its Diminishing Worth in Pakistan

We often hear that the Government of Pakistan is paying full attention on higher education in order to meet the international standards. Although government figures on higher education present a brighter picture of the development and growth of this sector, yet ground realities are starkly different. Most universities in Pakistan are highly politicized and have fewer resources at their disposal …

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Looming Employment Crisis

“Education is the key to the future of any country.” We hear these words numerous times a day, and it’s not untrue, at all. Educated people get higher wages and unemployment rate among them remains low. It is also true that the countries which are far ahead in terms of educated population, grow and develop faster and innovate more than …

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Literature as a Great Cultural Artefact

Literature is what gives humans an aesthetic pleasure and also has some kind of moral in it. The foremost requirement of literature is that it should be in the written form and should also be for a creative purpose. Literature includes fiction, drama, poetry and sometimes nonfiction like essays, articles and short stories. Most of the times, literary works are …

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Discrimination in, to and Through Education

The education system of a country carries paramount importance because its progress entirely depends on education. The better the education system, the more progress a nation will make. The first Education Conference was held in 1947 as per the directives of the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The Father of the Nation provided basic guidelines for future development …

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