Alvina Sajid

  • TPakistan’s First 'Labour School' has been launched and this is the one real good news on this Labour Day. Rohayl Varind started slum school as an effort to win war against poverty that turned out to be a successful attempt to educate slum children, who never get the time for education and ...

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  • TPakistan's first solar school bag project was launched on February 9, 2018 in Faisalabad city. School bags play one of the most important roles in child education. According to the founder of Slum School Faisalabad, one solar school bag will help & support minimum of 12 children with their ...

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  • TOnly if we could try and understand the situation of others, the world would have been a better place than it is today! This thought was not alien to me as it came into my mind many times since I was a child. I often used to think about it whenever I used to see donkeys getting beaten up by ...

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  • TMost of us have seen children roaming around the roads and in streets, some of them begging and some playing without any tensed expressions on their faces because they are at such a young phase of their life that they cannot even realise that they are deprived of even the basic necessities of ...

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  • TEncouragement from any source is like a drop of rain in a parched desert. This saying depicts a true picture of “Kiran Sadhwani” who is Pakistan’s First Female Thari Engineer at Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company’s (SECMC) Thar Coal Project.  Kiran Sadhwani, 23 hails from ...

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  • TTechnology, where on one hand has made our lives a lot easier than ancient times, at the same time has brought some serious setbacks. Internet has conquered our lives and we have taken it more serious than it is. Pakistan is one of those countries where technological revolution is on its peak ...

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  • TAmid the biggest political coup of Pakistan, the much celebrated victory of Imran Khan, the complaints by Nawaz’s supporters and the ongoing blame games between the political parties, there are a number of some extremely important concepts of morality and respect which I feel needs to be ...

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  • TIn a developing country like Pakistan, where gaining knowledge is not as easy as other countries, some exceptionally hardworking people are still vying to strive for education. These few people still know that life is of no use without knowledge and education. Double thumbs up for them! But the ...

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  • TPakistani film industry has been struggling for survival for years. It has been through some really difficult times, primarily because of the scope of Lollywood movies. Obviously there was a time when it was a real big deal for us to make movies like ‘Majajan’ and ‘Mohabbataan ...

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  • TWhy is it that when it comes to criticizing, abusing or exposing, we Pakistanis often remain on the front, ready to throw our venom at others despite knowing the actual matter? Be it a politician, actor/actress, a businessman or a media person. But when it’s time to appreciate, acknowledge or ...

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  • TI, despite my continuous resistance towards being a feminist and my persistent efforts for being equally fair towards men, have once again failed to succeed. I do not feel proud or pleased when writing this because this is yet another horrible aspect of our society that no Pakistani would ever like ...

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  • T“Technologies certainly do create cultural phenomenon, whether for good or for ill”, says Windsor Holden, senior analyst at Analysys. Born in the lap of technology, accompanied by the latest smartphones, tablets, computing gadgets and digital lifestyle right from their infancy, and ...

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  • TEver since its creation, Pakistan has always seen a floating political system at the hands of stubborn politicians and fascist dictators. The country had wasted half of its life at the hands of dictators, when, finally, in the late 2000s, it got rid of the last not-so-good dictator, General Pervez ...

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  • TIt was the month of August and just a normal day when I was casually going through my Facebook newsfeed. Point to be mentioned: only a few days remained in the arrival of 14th August, The Independence Day, therefore my newsfeed was crowded with posts in which people were expressing their love, care ...

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  • TPakistan and India. I feel very sorry to say that both of these are two immature democracies, both of whom claim to be the best ones on their own behalf but actually they don’t know the true meaning of the word “democracy”. I still remember Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s ...

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