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sarmadaliJuly 31, 2017

Punjab University Students are Sending out a Message they Want the World to Know!

Feminism – a term which is perhaps the most misinterpreted term. It is that term which women all around the ...

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AribaJuly 25, 2017

Girl Harassed In an Elevator In Karachi and It Is Nothing but Disturbing

It is indeed surprising to see how many girls nowadays are building up their courage to speak about their harassment cases. ...

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Alvina SajidJuly 24, 2017

Mehru Nisa – The unsung talent behind Pakistani Arts and Crafts

We all know that Pakistan is a diverse country in terms of different cultures and religions. Not sufficing, the country ...

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AribaJuly 24, 2017

Rida Shah Depicts Forced Marriages In the Most Powerful Way

Rida Shah is a Pakistani photographer based in Islamabad. She is a photo manipulation artist who has depicted multiple social ...

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Soha NaveedJuly 21, 2017

Clothing Brand Sapphire Introduced 50% Off and What Happened Next Wasn’t Surprising At All!

It is always surprising when Pakistanis call themselves “citizens of a poor country”. Just a few days ago, perhaps during ...

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Maria MirzaJuly 21, 2017

Meet The Duo – Pakistani Twin Sisters Who are Traveling the World All Alone

Blogging, a common profession in some parts of the world, is relatively new in Pakistan. Travel blogging is even rarer. ...

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Mirza Hashaam Ahmed BaigJuly 19, 2017

Saving Face, 2016: Pakistan Women’s Cricket Team

Sharmeen Chinoy’s Oscar winning documentary, Saving Face, is a tale of the ordeal that women at times have to go ...

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AnonymousJuly 17, 2017

“It Happened with Me, Too” – Street Harassment in Rawalpindi Still Rampant

It is an unfortunate reality that most women have experienced street harassment at least once in their lives. And many women encounter street ...

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Maham FarhatJuly 15, 2017

Gender Based Violence: A Barrier To Female Progress

The conflict within gender is mostly highlighted through demarcation of responsibilities and accessibility of spaces. The 11 years of martial ...

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AribaJuly 14, 2017

Dear Kashif and Anum of Kashee’s Salon, Passing Comments on People Is Bad Manners!

Seems like Kashee’s salon is enjoying being in the news lately! Known for its ‘gora karne wala make-up’ and ‘expensive mehndi’, ...

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Ramsha AliJuly 14, 2017

Something Which I Had Never Expected – My Experience at Karachi’s Bolton Market

I have heard of Bolton Market in Karachi for a very long time but never got a chance to visit ...

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AribaJuly 13, 2017

Rabi Peerzada Is Breaking Stereotypes by Riding a Ducati on the Streets of Pakistan

It’s not an ordinary thing for a Pakistani girl to be seen riding a bike on the streets of Pakistan. ...

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