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24 Nov 2016

Black or Blessed Friday?

Black or Blessed Friday? For Muslims Friday is the most important day of the week. Out of the seven days of the week Friday is the most significant and valuable. Muslims gather to listen to khutba and offer jumma prayer. It is the most blessed day to us as Prophet

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22 Nov 2016

Tectiqs’16 – National Olympiad of IUIC

Dear peers, entertainment are an inch away; we are very excited to announce the mega event of the year Tectiq’s 16 starting from 24th to 27th Nov. The make and mend of the event took immense and demanded laborious propositions to embark towards Tectiq’s 16. Our diversified teams have come

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22 Nov 2016

Team Tectiqs’16

Since its very first season, TectIQs – the annual mega event of Iqra University Islamabad – is being held very successfully. The main reason behind its success is the hard work, great efforts, work dedication, and all other such resources being shown up by this signature event’s key players and

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21 Nov 2016

China Pakistan Economic Corridor(CPEC) in recent months ; updates

China’s need to build a corridor to connect china with deep water ports of Pakistan dates back to 1955.The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, also known as The Belt and Road Initiative is a furtherance of that interest.Now its a part of china’s new development strategy and

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21 Nov 2016

Why protests in an Islamic-republic for Sharia

Is there any truth in the protests and allegations that Pakistan needs Islamic law i.e Sharia. When we talk to Islamic sects they always seem dispirited of our law. why they think sharia implementation will solve all the issues? But who will decide sharia and how? Our first semester just

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20 Nov 2016

The Lesser Entities!

What if you are lonely, dispersed, abandoned, disguised, being mocked by the every person you cross by?. What if your heart has died in million ways and your body isn’t? Your nerves are always high but you can’t them show to the other world? You are cursed … you are

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19 Nov 2016

The Sucjers, Five Girls With One Aim; Spreading Happiness

Many times a day we come across people doing good for the world which makes us think “I could easily do that. If only I had the resources.” That’s exactly the idea that popped up among a group of five cousins in a group chat on Whatsapp. First question? What

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19 Nov 2016

IS HIJAB JUST A PIECE OF CLOTH?

We all connect the word Hijab to a piece of clothing that covers a girl’s head. But is Hijab merely just that? No it is not! Hijab is much more than just a piece of clothing. Hijab is the way you walk, the way you talk, the way you perceive

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19 Nov 2016

TECTIQS AS A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE ENTITY

Each and every business entity just grows up to make and earn money, whether it is a public or private one. First of all, it comes into existence at the micro level; then jumps at the smaller level; then reaches at the medium level; and then apparently grows larger. This

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19 Nov 2016

DRESS CODE OR NO DRESS CODE

A dress code is basically a standard for dressing or wearing a certain type of clothes in an institution or organization. Now, when it comes to the enforcement of a dress code in a university or degree awarding institution, it has always been a hot topic of discussion among the

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Gender
19 Nov 2016

Gender Parity in Pakistan

Let`s treatise about sexual abuse“I think democratic people have a natural taste for freedom. But for equality, they have a fervent, insatiable, eternal and invincible passion” (ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE) The fight for equality and against discernment has been long and painstaking. A just society is what that provide all people with

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