Noor Kamal

  • TWith the prevalent child star, Ahmad’s popularity at rise and his growing demands in talk shows as well as morning shows, it is yet an alarming situation to reckon with the sort of standards we are setting. In the context of growing societies, where being a star is considerably associated ...

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  • TSetting aside all stereotypes and pushing away the throes of the patriarchal decree, Uzma Nawaz has set the standards of change way too high. The invincible, 24-year-old Uzma, a female car mechanic hailing from a small town Dunyapur, has set the strength of womanhood on the pillars of highest ...

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  • TWith a recent call, Radio Pakistan encountered the jolts of a decision that shook it to the core and brought out its devotees on streets in open attempt to safeguard their habitat. With the notion of leasing the Radio Pakistan’s building and allowing the outsiders to step into its periphery, ...

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  • TA societal death had already evaded the fragile minds even before the actual death even took place. How visionary we are as citizens and even more democratic as voters perceiving the death of a lady who was still struggling to breathe for people she innocently considered her very own.  As we ...

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  • TThe tragedy might linger on for days, it might be discussed for months on multiple platforms but these scars will take years to heal and no recovery will ever comfort the wounds that remain so fresh and hurtful. The death of a 17-year-old girl, young in age but conditioned with mature thoughts ...

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