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Kha Khaza Jannat Dey: Pashtun woman’s life in rural areas of KP – by Fazaila Shad

Kha Khaza Jannat Dey: Pashtun woman's life in rural areas of KP - by Fazaila Shad | pakistantribe.com

“Kha khaza jannat dey” “good woman is heaven.” The Pashtun thinking about the status of women can be summarized by above saying. Ghani Khan, the great twentieth century Pashtu poet and philosopher, in his book “The Pathan” writes that the Pashtun loves his new riffle and old wife. As other nations, the Pashtuns have their own core ideology, their code ...

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CPEC Debugged – by Hissan Khan

CPEC Debugged – by Hissan Khan | pakistantribe.com

Thesis: Symbol of a Great Friendship Synthesis: China is assisting us build much of the structure of CPEC including roads, electricity generation plants and special economic zones out of our long-lasting friendship. This also includes at least 46 billion dollars of soft loans from Chinese governments and banks. Antithesis: Truth is that from the year 2000 to 2015 Pakistan had ...

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Past 40 years history of Fata Reforms

Past 40 years history of Fata Reforms |www.pakistantribe.com fata reforms

ISLAMABAD – Mainstreaming Federally Administrative Tribal Area (FATA) is part of the National Action Plan (NAP), a twenty point agenda devised after the cruel attack on the innocent children of Army Public School (APS) in December 2014 as it says Fata reforms will be carried out. Here is the history of Fata reforms: The Prime Minister of Pakistan established a ...

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Growing trend of violence perpetrated by patient relatives in health-care settings – why?” – by Hina Hazrat

Growing trend of violence perpetrated by patient relatives in health-care settings – why?” - by Hina Hazrat | pakistantribe.com

Healthcare system of any country is a critical determinant of nation’s progress, development and economy. Countries with burden of diseases coupled with inappropriate provision of medical needs and health facilities to the citizens seem left behind in queue of development. Therefore, massive attention is given to the stability of healthcare system in developed countries to potentiate quality of life and ...

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Role of Afghanistan in Terrorism

Role of Afghanistan in Terrorism |www.pakistantribe.com terrorism

Suicide attacks and bomb blasts across Quetta, Lahore, DIK and Sehwan Sharif took place at the same day, killing many innocent people and even now chances of such terrific attacks cannot be denied. However, in all these instances Afghanistan was involved in with the support of Pakistan’s fierce enemy. Closing down of Pak-Afghan border is also one of the reasons ...

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Pros and Cons of Brain Drain: Why Pakistanis strive to go abroad?

Pros and Cons of Brain Drain: Why Pakistanis strive to go abroad? |www.pakistantribe.com pakistan brain drain

Brain drain, the flow of human capital especially the skilled and expert individuals to foreign countries has provided both prospects and challenges. Many people will robustly debate that brain drain is futuristic for Pakistan as it brings in a huge number of assets the country, increasing in the remittances and the end of joblessness. On the other hand, it is ...

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“Dear PCB, Please don’t try this at home” – by Abdullah Ansari

"Dear PCB, Please don't try this at home" - by Abdullah Ansari | pakistantribe.com

Like many other Pakistanis, I am glad about the advent of PSL in recent years. I enjoy the game and understand the value of opportunities youngsters are getting as they play with modern greats like Kevin Pieterson, Chris Gayle, Mahela Jayawardene, etc. Yes, it hurts to know that PSL is the only league in the world which isn’t played inside ...

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Self Discovery: To Define is to Limit – by Minahil Mahmud

Self Discovery: To Define is to Limit – by Minahil Mahmud | pakistantribe.com

The quest for self discovery and the desire to emancipate oneself from ‘existential paralysis’ is an endeavour any person with the slightest trace of curiosity may face. That in mind, I deduce a fleeting hint of short-lived comfort to learn that those long hours spent boring holes through the fogged-up glass of the bathroom mirror, with that adamant, unflinching gaze ...

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The combat of Cyber-Terrorism – by Tehniyat Avais

The combat of Cyber-Terrorism - by Tehniyat Avais | pakistantribe.com

Cyber terrorism also known as information wars is any act of Internet terrorism including deliberate attacks, disruptions of computer networks using computer viruses, or physical attacks using malware, to attack individuals, government. Cyber terrorism poses an immediate and disastrous threat to the national security of any state. In the contemporary era when the world has become globalized, Terrorists don’t have ...

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Society and its role in prevention of corruption – by Tarique Ahmed

Society and its role in prevention of corruption - by Tarique Ahmed | pakistantribe.com

Corruption is a parasite that is hollowing our economy with each passing day. Today many developing countries like Pakistan are facing a variety of socio-economic problems primarily because of the menace of corruption. Despite having a promising geostrategic locality and an abundance of natural resources Pakistan is still a backward and under-developing country. Our socio-economic and development prospects are currently ...

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