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Check Out the New Opinion Piece by Correspondent Shahid in Pakistan

August 25, 2012

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Pakistan: A Pollutant Dualistic Society Where Rights Are Violated As a Matter of Right This article is written by Syed Muhammad Modassar Shahid, the only intention behind writing and publishing is to highlight and visualize the real social structure of the on-board culture of Pakistan, its political parties, policy both internal and external, popular and […]

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Friendship Across the Border

July 9, 2012

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WRITTEN BY: Atif Yaqub If you have seen the whole world and could not visit the two great nations of India and Pakistan you have certainly missed something very special. India and Pakistan share a common border of nearly 1800 miles between them. Despite the recent conflicts and three wars between the two nations over […]

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Is This Where We Are Going?

July 9, 2012

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WRITTEN BY: Syed Muhammad Modassar Shahid   According to Karl Marx, the founder of communism, due to the clash of classes, society came into existence. To him the formation society and the state are just to secure the identity of BOURGEOISIE class and only for the humiliation and subjugation of the peasant or PROLETARIAT class. […]

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Unnecessary Restrictions

July 9, 2012

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DRAFTED BY: Syed Muhammed Modassar Shahid Man is born free, yet everywhere he is in chains. Unnecessary restriction means that there are many avoidable and un- needed less obstacles faced by many in society, hampering the livelihood and creativity, seizing of useful work or thoughtfulness.        Men shut their doors against a setting sun. […]

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2011, A Year Through Photographs

December 29, 2011

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2011 has been an incredible year. From the Arab Spring and Wallstreet protests to the Eurpean debt crisis and the death of Osama Bin Laden, 2011 has definitely been a year to remember. As we look back on the year and reflect, let us look back on the photos that captured those life changing moments […]

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Human Rights Organizations Condemn the Murder of Pakistani Journalist Munir Shakar

August 31, 2011

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PAKISTAN.— Irina Bokova, head of the UNESCO, has condemned the murder of Pakistani journalist Munir Shakar and is calling on authorities to ensure his killers are brought to justice. “It is essential that the perpetrators of this crime be brought to justice as soon as possible,” said Irina Bokova. “Journalists must be provided with reasonable […]

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The UN Calls For An Investigation Into the Abductions and Killings of Journalists in Pakistan

August 19, 2011

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PAKISTAN.— The United Nations has urged the Pakistani Government to investigate numerous reports of abductions, disappearances and extrajudicial killings of journalists. Just last week, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights received a report on the disappearance of journalist, Rehmatullah. Just three days later the murder of Munir Shakir, a journalist in the […]

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