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Growing Vulnerable Status of Girls in Pakistan

Growing Vulnerable Status of Girls in Pakistan

—by Zainab Zafar Acceptance of societal concepts of children depicting the splitting image of innocence has been brutally abused over the last few decades. This innocence has been met with the idea that they are just as likely to be ... Read More »

New Age Journalism

New Age Journalism

—Munazza Siddiqui (Senior Journalist) It seems like there’s nothing absolute in this world anymore, not even truth; for my truth may not be your truth, yet or ever. What does this specifically mean for journalism today? It means chaos. The ... Read More »

UET appoints first ever female engineering professor

UET appoints first ever female engineering professor

Dr Saima Yasin has been appointed as professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore making her the first professor in 100 years since the establishment of UET as Mughalpura Technical College in ... Read More »

REUTERS CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER, DANISH SIDDIQUI KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN

REUTERS CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER, DANISH SIDDIQUI KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN

A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Danish Siddiqui died covering the situation in Kandahar, Afghanistan.Danish Siddiqui was Reuter’s chief photographer and had been covering the Afghan-Taliban clashes for Reuters over the last few days. Afghan Special Forces were fighting to retake the ... Read More »

CRICKETER NIDA DAR’S FEMININITY QUESTIONED BY ABDUL RAZZAQ

CRICKETER NIDA DAR’S FEMININITY QUESTIONED BY ABDUL RAZZAQ

In a video clip from “G Sarkar with Nauman Ijaz” broadcast of June 6 on Neo News, cricket player Abdul Razzaq commented on Dar’s appearance, strongly implying that the cricketer looks more like a man than a woman. The clip ... Read More »