Category Archives: Extremism

Poverty Alleviation Through Enterprise Development

Enterprises have been the core of the economic fabric of Pakistan as the country lacks industrial growth in each sector causing fewer job opportunities in percentage comparison to the population growth. Continue reading

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Life of Minorities in Pakistan

Out of 14 points of Quaid-e-Azam there is a point that every Muslim and non Muslim have equal rights of living in Pakistan. So why have we to beg for peace, justice, respect, authority, trust at every single step at every place. Continue reading

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Islamic State (IS): A threat to the world security

The United Nation (UN) Human Refugee Agency has termed the situation in Middle East as a worst human tragedy of this century. Continue reading

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Two drops can make or break a child’s future

Simple efforts like improving sanitary conditions, availability of clean drinking water and a regimen of two drops of oral polio vaccine to all children below the age of 5 years can help eradicate this issue from the face of Pakistan. Continue reading

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Sectarian Violence: A snapshot from History

 Raja Taimur Hassan To understand what has gone wrong with sectarian blood ship in Pakistan, there is need to revisit our history and explain those historians’s tails which have link with recent sectarian violence in Pakistan. But the dilemma is … Continue reading

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