Category Archives: social-sector

Dengue Fever in Lahore. What we should know and do about it. How do I know I have Dengue fever.


A brief, concise guide to Dengue fever which is creating havoc in the Punjab province of Pakistan, particularly in Lahore. Prevention, treatment and diagnosis are also discussed.
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Freedom of speech or hate crime redifined?


First the excerpt from BBC News website: Irving tests Europe’s free speech As Europe proudly flexes its freedom of speech credentials in the ongoing row over cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, even some of his enemies were uncomfortable that he … Continue reading

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Mian Nawaz Sharif: Democracy or Family Empire.


How a family thrives in business and politics in Pakistan. Nawaz Sharif’s family is an example. Continue reading

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Bhutto’s death: A dream has vanished


Last night I was passing by the main avenue when I saw some flickering lights in the distant. It was Pakistan peoples party office and the large portraits of Z. A. Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto were wrapped in the pitch darkness of the … Continue reading

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A nightmare called Sony Ericsson K 700i


So that is how I parted from my Sony Ericsson K 700i mobile phone http://www.sonyericsson.com.  It was last May that the phone was launched with ads of various pop/rock/third grade to first rate artists holding the phone and their moms … Continue reading

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