Areeba Tayyab

  • With the increased ratio of rape attempts in Pakistan, what we have failed to realize is the existence of the perpetrators and how they are formed in a society. We usually talk about how cruel they might be and how they should be punished, but we never ask how inspite of increasing number of rapes ...

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  • Rahul Gandhi in his recent speech with congress members talked about the increasing division within India and suggested that no cricket team can win if the baller is not talking to the batsman, and the batsman is not talking to the wicket keeper. He further mentioned that India can never be strong ...

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  • Recently in Pakistan, primary school education has become an important variable for improving overall education system and although it is an eleventh hour call but its significance is huge considering it one of the best steps for initiating quality education aiming at equality. In this instance, ...

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  • Recently, on 24th of January 2019, World Education Day was commemorated in a number of institutes and organisations in Pakistan, highlighting the importance of education and its promotion throughout the world. While on the other hand we have a recent case of a government school female principal ...

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  • Recently, private sector universities of Pakistan namely LUMS and NUST have paved their way in the top 100 universities of the world. A great news indeed for the education system of Pakistan, but on the other hand, we see scandals of Beacon House and Lahore Grammar Schools selling like hot cakes in ...

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  • Recently, 300 unregistered shops in Karachi were demolished leaving more than 3000 people unemployed with the justification that this is the need of time to fix everything. Before that the building of Radio Pakistan was announced to be given on lease, and even before that it was announced that the ...

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  • Recently, an International Education Expo took place at a university, where almost 20 international universities showcased their opportunities and presented their officials to deal with the students of Pakistan. This international expo was followed by EURAS training that opened global networks for ...

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  • With the increase in gender issues around the globe, feminism in our society has penetrated the mainstream in the neck of time. Unfortunately, in Pakistan, feminism hits like a ball of fire without considering the diversification of geography and even culture. Women are not just similar based on ...

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  • Fragility thy name is Women - Recently, in Lahore the horrific suicide of Anum Tanoli ( A Pakistani model) was an instance unforgettable for perhaps millions of girls in Pakistan who face the fear of shaming every day and perhaps are on the verge of losing themselves. As for Federal Investigation ...

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  • "Can I sit with you, or is it fine if I share a seat next to you? If you don’t mind, can we adjust a table next to you for those costumers standing outside the café for their turn, Ma’am can you sit in the open lounge? Aha!! Okay what about smoking lounge?" These are some of the ...

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  • Research culture is a fundamental part of the education sector all around the world with its capacity to bring innovation and new dimensions ultimately opening realms for new thoughts and work processes every day. Research also has the tendency to ignite a passion to investigate the areas of ...

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