Mehreen Burney

  • TJust as the people around the globe are trying to make an effort to go green and plastic free, the world’s largest food company, Nestle, recently introduced their new packaging in Pakistan for Fruita Vitals (juice), replacing their cartons with plastic. And such a move made by an ...

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  • TPolitical parties and their members seem to have their own ‘fandoms’ like celebrities around the world do. Where their fans advocate for the person or people they obsess over. They even unite against those who make any comments on them, even if it is merely an opinion. It is true that ...

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  • T17th August, 2018 was a big day following the general elections as the National Assembly elected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, as the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan. Imran Khan’s first speech on 26th July as a victor of the elections amazed every other person to an ...

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  • TAfter hearing a lot about the television series, Big Little Lies, I at long last, watched it. It builds a sense of curiosity and enigma within a person from its very first episode. And its plot is what opens up a box of realization as to how people, especially women, have secrets and emotions that ...

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  • TVIP culture has been present since a long time in Pakistan and at a lot of occasions it has proved to be toxic for the general public. The traffic at times would be stopped for an hour or even more, just to clear and secure the way for people like politicians. It does not matter if there is an ...

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