Shahid Ahmed Qureshi

  • It has been observed in urban and rural areas of Pakistan, especially in Sindh, that people have become involved in gambling by playing different games, such as cards, carrom board, ludo (board game) and other games. When studied how they get involved in the practice, it was learnt that one ...

    Read More
  • Pakistan is among the thickest populated countries in the world, standing at 6th in the list of most populous countries. On the other hand, Pakistan's literacy rate is 55% which is one of the lowest in the world. Proper and quality education provides lifelong benefits to children. It just ...

    Read More
  • The practice of wishing Eid through Eid cards has turned into a lost art, because now most people wish each other on this day over social media that is, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn etc., because it doesn't cost much. Many others wish each other through text messages or instant messaging ...

    Read More
  • Movies and dramas are accurate representatives of the society and culture they are produced in. If our media strongly shows healthy entertainment, then there would be no problem in making the country peaceful. Pakistani media are completely unable to provide people with relaxing and healthy ...

    Read More
  • Nowadays, it is very difficult to find a job – government or private – not only for fresh candidates but also for the experienced ones, because the word “merit” has been reduced to dictionaries. To find a job in Pakistan is very difficult because nepotism is rife in most ...

    Read More
  • Pakistan's biggest problem is child labor. While "child labor" refers to the employment of children in any kind of work that deprives children of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and that is mentally, physically, socially or morally ...

    Read More
  • It is an ineffable pity that as many as 25 million children are out of school in Pakistan while seven million others have yet to receive some form of primary schooling. This is the second highest rate in the world. Children who should have been in schools are deprived of preliminary education in ...

    Read More
  • The country is facing a scarcity of three basic necessities including water, electricity and  Sui gas. Due to shortage of these three basic necessities it is very difficult to survive. Daily reading in different newspapers and TV channel apropos scarcity of water, Sui gas and load shedding of ...

    Read More