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Human Rights Day: Are Pakistanis getting their Rights?

10th of December marks the International Human Rights Day, first of all let me start with explaining what “Human Rights” actually mean,  Human rights are the rights that every human being inherits no matter what nationality, place of residence, gender, ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, age or legal status one belongs to. 570 more words

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A Pakistani American and a Filipina

I will soon be posting updates on our lives. How we met/married and our obstacles we face in our lives.

TAXILA: The ruling PML-N old guard Syed Mehmood Shah set to be powerful and key slot of Chairman municipal committee (MC)   Taxila as he filed nomination papers from the party platform after getting  green signal from PML stalwart Ch Nisar Ali Khan on Friday as election cession of Pakistan has set December 9 – 10 as day for filing nomination papers for the slot. 238 more words

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1916 - December 10

Arrived home by car at 10 a.m., very cold driving. The tour through the broken hills defending the Attock Bridge was very interesting. We were out riding from dawn to dusk and occasionally climbing hills, so we were pretty fit.

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The sepoy of Indian Army

Why India should not have a secular Army
One of the oft-repeated proud facts about the present Indian Armed Forces is that it is secular in nature and has no religious connotations associated with it. 1,826 more words

Social Awareness

Mandi Bahauddin (Sher Gondal) : International Anti-Corruption Day has been observed annually, on 9 December, since the passage of the United Nations Convention against Corruption on 31 October 2003. 291 more words

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The Partition

Today, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter made a surprise visit to Afghanistan in order to refresh and reiterate America’s commitment to Afghanistan. It was a visit that surprised many Afghans, if not all of them. 451 more words

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