Nida Tahseen

  • TDuring times when cultures around the world are trying to rediscover their niche, Japanese food is the purest cuisine with the soul of originality and the face of novelty. Though, when I was first introduced to sushi in United States, I promised myself not to give it another try ever again. Now ...

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  • TShe came in the room giggling and singing. That was a pleasant sight for her mother who was expecting a rather exhausting daughter with stern face after a long tiring day. But she was happy. Her mother, astonished by her daughter’s entrance asked excitingly, “welcome home, how are you? ...

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  • TAfter surviving a barrage of controversies and unforeseen hurdles surrounding the much hyped rape scene, Verna finally got a ‘good to go uncut’ by the censor board of Pakistan. The news of its release spread like a wildfire, much faster than the news of its ban. Though even before the ...

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  • TAfter surviving a barrage of controversies and unforeseen hurdles surrounding the much hyped rape scene, Verna finally got a ‘good to go uncut’ by the censor board of Pakistan. The news of its release spread like a wildfire, much faster than the news of its ban. Though even before the ...

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  • TGlobal Youth Clan organized  an awareness session on “Right to Information Act 2013” at the Institute of Administrative Sciences, University of the Punjab in collaboration with Career Advisory and External Linkages Office.   RTI Champion Awardee Advocate High Court Sarmad Ali ...

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  • TAanish is Pakistan’s youngest published author whose has written a romantic-thriller. Fifteen year old Muhammad Aanish Ayaz Farrukh is the youngest Pakistani who has ventured in the genre of romantic-thrillers in novel writing. Aiming to pursue his career as an engineer, Aanish has ...

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  • TAfter a painstaking 90-minutes long ride on a jalopy, the captain charged me only ‘one eleven’, especial cricketing discount in rhyme with World XI team. I should have seen it coming as I opted for Uber to reach my destination rather than driving by myself. Though I strongly believe it ...

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  • TLAHORE -  The Global Youth Clan yesterday organised a panel discussion on “Gender Violence against Women” on the occasion of 16 days of Activism by United Nations to end Gender Based Violence at Punjab University’s Institute of Administrative Sciences. GYC chairman Tahir ...

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  • TPakistan has notoriously been known as a country having one of the highest child labour rate. Unfortunately, a large number of our children are working in terrible conditions across Pakistan. They are deprived of their fundamental right to proper food, shelter, health, education and security. Many ...

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  • TPakistan is blessed with a large pool of talented youth graduating every year from different universities. We are producing geniuses and hard working youngsters who are enthusiatic about their professional growth to serve the nation well. According to estimates in 2006, the number of people between ...

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  • TLAHORE - Javed Majeed, an academic in King’s College London, has put light on Allama Iqbal’s work in giving worth to interrogative reading.“Iqbal travelled throughout Europe and from there he became part of ‘Khudi.’Mr Majeed said: “The thing I found interesting ...

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  • TIn the times when we constantly choose debate of racism over sexism, we deliberately ignore to address modesty culture. We ignore to highlight hijabification of women which is sort of a sexual annihilation of a gender comprising around 50 per cent of our population. According to an estimate, eight ...

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  • TIt was only a few days ago that I attended a seminar on increasing the confidence level between traffic police and general public, conducted by the Traffic Police Department and a local university in Lahore. The panel comprised eight members including six female traffic personnel. After an ...

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  • TIn Pakistan people usually take a lifetime to figure out what they actually want to do in life. Often students choose careers based on others’ preferences, be it their peers, parents, media or trends. Majority of our students who are given free hand to decide their future take no less than an ...

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  • TFree and fair election process decides the future mechanism of a country, making it the most serious business for the stakeholders. But when it comes to female polling stations, the tables turn completely. Massive rigging plans, bogus votes, security matters, political alliances, aerial firing were ...

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  • T It was my second day in Springfield, Illinois. After having a delicious lunch at my Executive Editor's amazing house, I was sitting in front of my computer screen. I had almost talked to every important person who needs to know about my whereabouts and routines in this new place. I was visiting ...

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  • TLAHORE - The Helping Hand – a welfare organisation for Relief and Development has completed 10 glorious years of effective working. The annual report of year 2014 of the organistion has been published. Helping Hand is a welfare organisation set up by the Pakistanis residing in United States. ...

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  • TOh my! the heart has again yearned for an adventure. I have not even gotten rid of the brain twisting memories of my yesteryear's trip to the United States. The trip which turned out to be a rebellion against the previous years of my life. It has churned an awakening in my soul that desired to ...

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  • TWith his frequent international tours for concerts singer Shiraz Uppal’s star is certainly on the rise. From just a heartthrob he now has bagged the star status. On the face of global musical industry his tracks are holding top spots on prestigious charts, making him a must-to-have songster ...

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  • THSY’s incredible journey exhausted him, disappointed him and angered him, but ultimately rose him to such a gradeur of greatness that none can deny his success and contribution towards the revival of Pakistan’s fashion industry. The multi-taleed star choreographes his shows and that of ...

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  • TWhen the not-so-nooraani Junaid Jamshed made his Bollywood-inspired heroic entry, the audience were overjoyed to find him bouncing on the stage of “Chand Sitara” song launch at a star-studded event. His appearance was so sudden (not really) that nobody was ready to treat their eyes to ...

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  • TTime and again people have pointed out that female journalists, who are only six percent of Pakistan’s journalists, stick to pink topics such as entertainment, fashion, culture, lifestyle and homemaking.  The journalism expected from them is less issue-oriented and more entertaining and ...

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  • TIf you are looking to get inspired for ways to adopt a healthy life syle, then look no further. Pakistani models are here to help. Our models are known for their physical oomph and serve as a visual aide for people who are creating works for art from clothing to high end fashion. I don’t ...

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  • TCanadian Indo-Pak band naQsh certainly knows how to entertain a crowd, they have recently launched their debut album ‘Saptak’ which received a tremendous response overseas. Sunday Plus went up and close with lead vocalist Daksh Kubba to bring to you the inside out of this ascending ...

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  • TMillions of Muslims from around the globe are preparing to observe Ramazan, the religious month of fasting. For 30 days, they will not eat or drink from sunrise and sundown and refrain from ill deeds in a bid to become closer to Allah. They are also encouraged to give back to the community and take ...

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  • TThe whole Muslim world – especially my beloved country, Pakistan – is passing through an agonizing situation of sectarianism laying it vulnerable to its dreadful consequences in the form of terrorism. This scourge has taken away thousands of precious, innocent lives from every walk of ...

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  • TDesigner kurtas have flooded the outlets of all major design houses and the designers are spending quite a fortune on giving a hefty share to single shirts rather essembling complete sets. With this, the purchasing of three/four piece outfit for an event is going down, as the trend has been ...

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  • TWhile the country is struggling to break the shackles of extremism, the young guns of Pakistan are inspiring thousands through their music. With their rather untouched genre of music, three youngsters of ‘Three Musketeers’ band are uplifting the standards of music at national level. ...

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  • TLahore Literary Festival 2015 was a saga of manifestation in which the city dwellers from all sections of societies came forward to defeat the curse of Talibanization. It was a challenge our people have given to the hate mongers, a threat to extremist fanatics, a red signal to radicals and a green ...

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  • TWith each ICC World Cup season, comes new trends of celebrations, whilst some basic deficiencies remain, excitement never goes off the table. It is the most watched event after the FIFA world cup and this year’s Pakistan – India match expected to be viewed by more than one billion ...

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