Month: February 2021

Family Health Festival held in Mithi

Trained staff conducted counselling on birth control and free medical camp Population Planning Department plans to organize such event every…

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Jainism: Philosophy of Ecological Harmony and Non-Violence

Jainism is a faith that emphasizes on non-violence, respect for the environment and the power of meditation Any one individual…

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Legendary Singer Sadiq Fakir Remembered

A number of writers and poets had gathered in Mithi to pay homage to the late singer, who had lost…

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Our daughters are not safe in the streets

Despite our hypercritical puritan and moralist society, our daughters are not safe in the streets. We are still living dark…

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As we aged, our toys changed…

As we aged, our toys changed… However, no one ever forgets a toy that made him or her supremely happy…

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Positive growth of society linked to free and fair media

Secretary, Sindh Information Dept. Rafique Buriro asks officers to ensure provision of all possible facilities to the journalists Officers asked…

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Who Deserves Credit for Inventing Vaccination?

Although inoculation was widespread in African and Eastern cultures by the early Eighteenth century, scholars remain uncertain about when the…

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Observations of an Expat: Biden and the Middle East

Big changes are coming up in America’s Middle East policy. The Biden Administration will not have the same relationship with…

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Contemporary World Literature: Poetry from Lebanon

Contemporary World Literature Poetry from Lebanon Poems by Taghrid Bou Merhi Taghrid Bou Merhi is a Lebanese poetess living in…

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Seeds of information autocracy….

It is common for monopolies or oligopolies to treat their customers with disdain, although they usually spend some of their…

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