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An unexpected gift

Maggie :”So are we seeing each other for last time?” (night before our departure from Beijing) Me: (jokingly): No Maggie: but I will be going at 6am and you will be sleeping at that time… Me: well obviously this is not the end of time, lets c… (Next morning I intentionally woke up early to […]

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37th Anniversary of revolution in Iran

One can have a debate over the ideological basis of revolution in Iran, but its impact can’t be denied, especially in the field of education. Do you know the literacy rate in Iran was 17.42% in 1966 which has hiked now to 82%. Before revolution over 60% women in Iran were illiterate now more than […]

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37th anniversary of Iranian revolution

One can have a debate over the ideological basis of revolution in Iran, but its impact can’t be denied, especially in the field of education. Do you know the literacy rate in Iran was 17.42% in 1966 which has hiked now to 82%. Before revolution over 60% women in Iran were illiterate now more than […]

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Is the world ready to accept “Cyber Sovereignty” concept?

The critics of cyber freedom say that it is a kind of cyber utopianism that Internet favors the oppressed rather than the oppressor. In the past the cyber world was bombarded with various carefully designed propagandas which led to many social imbalances and even hatred amongst societies. Cyber sovereignty is described as governments’ desire to […]

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National Day of Poland

Did you know that relations between Pakistan & Poland dates back to 40’s when 30,000 Polish refugees came to Karachi after the horrific war in Poland during WW2. On the other hand the support of Polish engineers geological scientists & volunteers during Earth Quake 2005 cant be forgotten These photos were clicked during the National […]