Category Archives: Pakistan Social Issue

Smoke fast and die young

Written By: Kaneez Fizza Karachi: As a popular saying goes by…”SMOKING IS VERY DANGEROUS TO YOUR HEALTH”. But why people are still smoking? Thinking about this argument I have decided to write an article related to smoking. Because I envision … Continue reading

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Ending child marriage in Pakistan: Time for action

By: Maliha Khan Karachi: Child marriage, in reality, refers to as an unlawful and illegal practice in which boys and girls are forced to marry before they reach a minimum legal age of adulthood. Globally, underage marriage is considered and … Continue reading

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Child Labour in Pakistan

By: Aliza Sohail, Anosha Ahmed, Ayesha Noor, Ayesha Nasir & Jawaria Khan Karachi: According to the International Labour organisation (ILO) child labour is defined as, the work that has mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful effect on children’s, depriving … Continue reading

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Stigmatization of Mental Illness: A Social Evil

By: Simran Talreja Karachi: Stigmatization of mental health, though is a universal phenomenon, is particularly more of a serious problem in South Asian countries (culture and values play a pivotal role) and Pakistan being a part of South Asia, is no … Continue reading

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Pakistan’s Soaring Population: Challenges and Solutions

By: Hassaan Ahmed Siddiqui  Karachi:  “Animals can be driven crazy by placing too many in too small a pen. Homo sapiens is the only animal that voluntarily does this to himself.” Opening up with a quote by Robert A. Heinlein; bringing … Continue reading

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