Aimen Tahir

  • There have been so many stand-up comedians and mimicry artists that have been outstanding in their own niche but when it comes to mimicry and pranking at the same time, Rohit Gupta from across the border is emerging as an amateur but an amazing entertainer. Unlike most other entertainers, with high ...

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  • On May 18 New York Times published a controversial feature on Axact which resulted in negative propaganda against BOL TV – owned by the same group – when the channel was about to hit the market. Meanwhile, competitors and other big media houses of Pakistan started a 24/7 media trial ...

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  • Saadat Hasan Manto is celebrated as one of the greatest Urdu short story writers of all times. His bluntness and aggression was legendary. He never spared a word that was needed to tell a story or used any that was superfluous. Weighed down by the world Manto wonders: “Who is the greater ...

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  • Image courtesy: ideasevolved.com Lately, I’ve been asked more and more why I’m a feminist. “Do we even need feminism?” they ask. They think feminism is about women becoming better than men. They think feminists are angry at men for their privilege (sometimes ...

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  • “I have been crazy about cricket since my childhood. I used to play cricket in school and streets regardless of burning heat in the summer or freezing cold in winters.” [Atif, 32, shared his experiences at a gathering at a private university] “Even though I was an average student, ...

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  • “I have a tragic history of child molestation and sexual abuse.” “I grew up with three elder sisters, and had no brother. My parents decided to hire a boy to help us with household work. My parents admitted him to school as well, took care of his basic necessities while he ...

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  • Civic sense, or rather the lack of it, is a topic that has been widely discussed and argued in Pakistan. And yet, from the beautiful mountains of Murree and Swat to the beaches of Karachi, one comes across many examples of us, as a Nation, lacking civic sense. This attitude is prevalent across ...

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  • Since the country's independence in 1971, river flood is a common phenomenon in Bangladesh caused by bank overflow and a similar situation is observed during heavy rainfalls. It has experienced 17 damaging floods of vast magnitudes in 1974, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1998, 2002. The largest recorded flood ...

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  • We live in a society where our appearances are constantly under scrutiny. Women and girls, particularly, are persistently striving to achieve the “perfect beauty standards” of the society. Beauty can be defined as: "the combination of different qualities like skin color and body shape ...

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  • To be nominated by the U.S. Embassy for the IVLP Program 2015 on “Journalism and Security” was an honor for me. I was excited to participate in the program but was also concerned about the possible mistreatment, being a Pakistani in America. Finally the day arrived: on 16th of ...

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  • On the 18th of May, 2015 New York Times published a controversial detailed feature on Axact which resulted in negatively propagating, defaming and create hurdles in the launching of BOL TV - owned by the same group - since it was about to hit the market.Meanwhile, competitors and other big media ...

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  • The world today in the 21st century has turned into a global village. Internet, television, and other sources of information have wised us up a lot. In this bombardment of information, parenting has become an easier and a harder task at the same time. Now it’s not about what but HOW to ...

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