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duabi
19 Oct 2014

Pakistan from Outside by Auq-se-mah Kiyani

When I was in Pakistan I seem to be bored and fed up of the situation around me, holidays due to strikes, Adam Khor Rumors, neighbor fights, water problem, guests at home out of nowhere, and the most Important load shedding! I remember my mother use to say “save kar

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zainab
19 Oct 2014

Shattered Minds of the Children of Broken Homes By : Zaineb Hashmi

“Oh God!save me..save me, Save me from this cruel world, For there is no one for me, no one for me God, I cant bear the cruelties anymore, Oh God,save me…. “ This can be read in the eyes of a child that belongs to a broken home..not only his

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plant
18 Oct 2014

LIFE by Ali Raza Gillani

Who says life is beautiful? Maybe it used to be but not in today’s modern era where living itself is a constant uphill battle of survival. You have been severely tested and jagged by this materialistic world and its hypocrite rules which play no role in making a man in

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education
18 Oct 2014

Education the Ultimate Ladder Of Success by Affia

“Education is the Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use to Change the World” NELSON MANDELA. Education is the most powerful and effective tool if one wants to excel in life’ without education you can’t reach anywhere and in this regard I would like to share a small story of

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