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  1. You will be missed, Mustafa Kamal



    It was the summers of 2006. Karachi had faced one of the worst rainfalls. Teen Talwar, where I then resided, was already flooded and with relentless rains. I didn’t have an iota of hope that the city government would even care least about my area as the party chairing City Government, MQM got only 53 of the 2500 votes, from our polling station.

    The question was why would they spare ...

    Updated 16th December 2013 at 10:42 AM by mubasshar

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  2. United we stand, Divide we fall…




    “If we want to be together and can display Unity in Patches, so why obey theories of conflict???”

    We have lately witnessed a very tragic incident on 10th Muharram in Rawalpindi-Pakistan in which groups of people involved in a clash when the spark of sectarianism was ignited. Not only fought each other but also damaging businesses of common people who have nothing to do with that ...

    Updated 11th December 2013 at 01:04 PM by mubasshar

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  3. #BanGeo, Conspiracy against Geo?





    For the past few years media in our country has served constructive purposes. Be it Shahzeb or Sarfraz shah’s murder case. Media proved its power of bringing the citizens on united platform against injustice. Media is the most effective tool for shaping perceptions and making public opinions. But it becomes uncertain if the same media starts playing on their own ...
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  4. Meet beyond EEET in Sharif – Obama Meeting




    Economy, Energy, Education and Terrorism , three Es and a T (EEET) were the main areas of focus from the Pakistan’s side when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with president Obama on Wednesday, but the meat (essence ) of the meeting remains hidden elsewhere. There may be differing views about prioritization of agenda points and achieving objectives of this meeting but Pakistan seems ...

    Updated 30th October 2013 at 03:51 PM by mubasshar

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  5. Owning Malala

    Pakistan’s Malala, though could not win Nobel Prize this year, has added a laurel in the cap of our young and courageous nation by becoming youngest woman nominee for this award. Malala has emerged as the most influential and powerful girl child of the world who is acknowledged for her courage globally. Many people win Nobel Prize every year, but only a few like Nelson Mandela and Mother Theresa enjoy long lasting and widespread love and recognition. Even before getting nominated for the most coveted ...

    Updated 21st October 2013 at 06:10 PM by mubasshar

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