Amna Nasir

  • Travelling for some 17 hours straight from Rawalpindi through train – crossing lush green fields, sandy Cholistan desert, cramped towns, small villages, heavily populated cities, deserted stations, brightly lit factories, brick kilns puffing out clouds of thick black smoke, children waving at ...

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  • Students are marching peacefully - no slogan chanted, no road blocked. Traffic moves on as people look curiously with a question in mind – what are these students up to? And most importantly, why are they surrounded by a full contingent of traffic police? This is the scene of an awareness ...

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  • “…people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat…” - Rebecca West Ever wondered why people, particularly females, hesitate to call themselves “feminists”? Why do women think calling themselves feminists will ...

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