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Kidneys for Life…!

Fayaz Uddin: Alif Khan Mashwani, 60 former by profession lives near Afghan border. He was living a happy life with his family at village Petto Dara of Lower Dir northern district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Khan has five sons, and

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Cancer is Called the Deadliest Disease in the world including Pakistan.

Lubna Aftab: Romana female of age 31 is suffering from Hodgkin disease in Kamra Gulberg town. While talking other she said “I came to know about my cancer disease in April. This was very shocking for me. I cried when

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Sorry! It’s A Girl

Usman Rauf : In movies, TV shows, books or most probably in real somewhere we have all heard it being said, both or one of the parent being distressed over the birth of a girl. No more it’s part of

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Forced Marriages: A Hugely Unreported Issue

By Sania Akram Khan A woman found guilty of taking her 17-year-old daughter to Pakistan for a forced marriage was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison by a British court. This was a landmark judgment by all accounts. However, one

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SOIREE Anxiety Kills!

 Fariha Irfan Each time I sit at the corner and see individuals around me that everybody is experiencing something in their lives and generally in this time and age individuals are managing various maladies or issues, anxiety is one of

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Welcome to the hot seat, Mr Prime Minister

By Kamran Yousaf Published: August 13, 2018 In a matter of few days Imran Khan will formally become Pakistan’s prime minister. He is taking over the reins of power at a time when Pakistan is facing daunting challenges both on the

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Pakistan to discuss India’s violation of Indus Water Treaty with WB president

Ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry has stated Pakistan will discuss India’s violation of the Indus Water Treaty with the president of World Bank, Radio Pakistan reported. Speaking to media on Saturday, Chaudhry revealed a four-member delegation led by Attorney General

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Who’s the biggest Idiot Box addict?

So it’s official. We still love to watch TV and will continue to do so in spite of the widespread consumption of smartphones, tablets and other tech gadgets. Reports and analysis from different audience measurement sources substantiate that the love

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Malala tells Pakistani media she will return for good ‘after education’

(AFP) – Malala Yousafzai plans to return to Pakistan permanently once her studies are completed, she told Pakistani media in Islamabad Friday, the second day of her emotional trip back more than five years after being shot by Taliban gunmen.

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Egypt unveils tomb of ancient priestess

(AFP) – Egyptian archaeologists on Saturday unveiled the tomb of an Old Kingdom priestess adorned with well-preserved and rare wall paintings. Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Enany told reporters that the tomb on the Giza plateau near Cairo was built for Hetpet,

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