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  • May 25, 2018

    Rawalpindi worst-hit by encroachments

    Arrives Ramazan and the encroachments pop up all over the city areas including Gawalmandi, Aahata Mithu Khan, Saddar Bazaar, Tench Bhatta,...

  • May 18, 2018

    New focus to women’s cause

    Islamabad : Dr. Rakhshinda Parveen’s latest piece of work in the form of book titled ‘Pakistan I Still Love You’ is a moving and inspiring...

  • May 18, 2018

    A new book focuses on women’s cause

    Dr. Rakhshinda Parveen’s latest piece of work in the form of book titled ‘Pakistan I Still Love You’ is a moving and inspiring piece wherein...

  • May 04, 2018

    Woes of joblessness haunt a young boy

    Desperate Ansar is without a job, he wants a job of any kind. The 22-year-old has applied for dozens, all without success. And eventually he was...

  • May 03, 2018

    How it feels to be working on the streets?

    Anwar Ali, a young vegetable seller, works on the streets of Rawalpindi. He knows his customers’ tastes. When one regular customer named Parveen...

  • April 30, 2018

    There’s no car washer like Irfan in Rawalpindi

    Rain or sunshine, cheerful and contented Irfan Ahmed, 35, works at a service station located near Rehmanabad. If you stop there, you know Irfan...

  • April 22, 2018

    How it feels to be working on the streets?

    Anwar Ali, a young vegetable seller, works on the streets of Rawalpindi. He knows his customers’ tastes. When one regular customer named Parveen...

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