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Cell phone towers are really dangerous?

Dr.Abdul Razzak Shaikh Are the radio-frequency waves emitted from cell phone towers killing us slowly? Being exposed to a mobile tower located within 50-meters is like being in a microwave oven for 24-hours, says expert and carries the same cancer risk as living surrounded by lead, DDT, Chloroform and petrol …

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End of War in Afghanistan: Peace on the Horizon of South Asia

By Asif Khurshid, Finally, after 17 years, America has started to pull out its forces from Afghanistan. On 20 December, President Donald Trump directed the Pentagon to withdraw half of its troops deployed in Afghanistan. The announcement came right after the two days marathon peace talks sessions arranged by Pakistan …

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End of 2018 & hopes for 2019

Sun of this life travels the journey of months and years, but wherever it crosses there it makes reflections of memories ,as life is like train which never comes back at the station of past ,my little mind makes me understand life with these words :“Life is fast like train …

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Repercussions of US withdrawal from Afghanistan

By Abdul Rahman Malik, The Afghan soil has been very difficult for the invaders whoever tried to occupy it or tried to impose their hegemonic rule. Everybody is well aware that what happened with the two big powers i.e US and the then Soviet Union who invaded this Tribal influenced …

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Bilawal Bhutto speech hard Hitted: Death Anniversary of Shaheed BB

Dr.Abdul Razak Shaikh: It was the real love of Peoples towards Ghari Khuda Bux, where whole Sindh and slim peoples from other provinces turn to pay rich tributes to Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto on her 11th death Anniversary. All the ways were towards the Ghari Khuda Bux, Where their political …

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Welcome to Peaceful Pakistan: British Airways

Maemuna Sadafa: After the Condemnable event of 9/11 and participation of Pakistan in the war of terror, an extreme wave of terror entered in the country. Terrorist attacks, including suicidal attacks, took the lives of many, leaving injured behind. The terrorist bomber started bombing major buildings, embassies, and religious places. …

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Character and status of teacher are ruined in a Pakistani society

Arshad Ali Gabol, Teaching Profession is a profession of prophesy. Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him was also a teacher and all prophets came to teach human being. Teachers are respected and honoured throughout the world and standardized greatly because teaching profession is the foundation and mother of all other …

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Sources of Azerbaijani Multiculturalism

Engr. QAISAR NAWAB, Azerbaijan is one of the multicultural states from ancient times. The contemporary Azerbaijan is located on the border of European and Asian continents, the coast of Caspian Sea. Azerbaijan became the center of cultural diversity since it was part of The Silk Road, or Silk Route which …

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National Conference on Mapping the Role of Civil Society in Climate Action

Nuaman Ishfaq Mughal, Islamabad: A national conference on “Mapping the Role of Civil Society in Climate Action” was held by the Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC) in Islamabad. The event was attended by Adviser to Prime Minister on Climate Change and Federal Minister Mr. Malik Amin Aslam, as …

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BRAVE DAUGHTER OF BRAVE FATHER: SHAHEED BENAZIR BHUTTO

BY DR.ABDUL RAZAK SHAIKH, “27th December 2018, 11th Death Anniversary” MOHTARMA Benazir Bhutto SHAHEED was the first democratically elected female leader of a Muslim country during a tumultuous life that ended with her assassination. The daughter of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) founder and Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Mohtarma Benazir …

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