Monthly Archives: August 2015

Thalassaemia: Better Test yourself and Save Lives

Pakistan would have a confounding over 200,000 Thalassaemic patients in the next 10 years, the economic burden on society to provide treatment would be approximately Rs4 billion in 2019, while another Rs10 billion would be lost due to the non-productivity of those who brought patients to treatment centers. Continue reading

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Sexual Harassment: Issues and Challenges

The main reason behind this curse is the sexual desires of uneducated people, the frustrations of a lonely life and the fire of revenge. The victims of sexual harassment suffer traumas that may affect them their entire lives and leaves a permanent scar. Continue reading

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Portrayal of Rape in Media

Newspaper articles and channel headlines that frame rape victims’ behavior in a stereotypical manner may fuel public misconceptions of sex crimes, consequently leading to negative outcomes for victims, rape-case prosecution and even public safety. Continue reading

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Philosophy of Feminism and Rights of Women

The sad truth is that the shackles of suppression that stop women from coming forward and realizing their true strength and potential are based on so much more than the idea that women are naturally worse at certain things than men. Continue reading

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 POVERTY: A MENACE BEWILDERING PAKISTAN  

Education plays an important role in eliminating poverty, the higher the education, the better it is for the economy. Continue reading

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