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Aggression against the blind

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The discrimination that the blind have to face on a daily basis in all spheres of human activity finds manifestation in the linguistic aggression that the blind are all too familiar with and suffer from all the time. As the sighted try to come to grips with their own realities, they invariably use language that […]

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Book on Pakistani art launched

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KARACHI: A book on contemporary Pakistani art titled The Eye Still Seeks by eminent artist and art educationist Salima Hashmi was launched at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture on Friday evening. Ms Hashmi engaged in a conversation with Asma Mundrawala on the occasion. The first question focused on the motivation for the […]

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Call to equip youth with IT education

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LAHORE – The Islamia University Bahawalpur vice chancellor has said that Pakistani youth is an asset for higher education institutions in the county and we need to train these youth in accordance with the latest knowledge of science and technology. He was delivering lecture on opportunities for Pakistani scientists in the field of medicine at […]

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Tribal woman takes great pains for daughters’ education

PESHAWAR: ‘They are girls. Why are you going to great pains for their education?’ That’s what relatives used to ask Ms Taj Mir from Ambaar area of Mohmand Agency when there was conflict and she was concerned about her daughters’ education. “I was much worried thinking if my daughters would stop going to the school,” […]

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The real daughter of the nation

By Sohail Malala Yousafzai, the brave young girl from Swat who fought for female empowerment through education, has undergone reconstructive surgery to her skull and is on her way to full recovery. She may be out of the hospital ward but she is not out of danger. The Taliban still have a bounty on her […]

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Educating through television and radio

By: Laeeq Khan Pakistan’s literacy rate hovers around 37 per cent. We are not sure how many of our people are actually educated in the real sense but what we are sure of is that education has lifted countries out of poverty and improved their overall quality of life. Educational initiatives lie at the heart […]

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