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What Is Telegram? What Are The Features of Telegram?

What Is Telegram? What Are The Features of Telegram?  What is Telegram? Telegram is a messaging app available on the IOS, IOS X, Android, and Windows platforms. It can also be used on a computer, laptop and some mobile browsers. It is a free messaging service that allows users to chat anonymously. The service has instant messaging and voice and video calls. What Are The Features of Telegram? Users can send text, picture, audio, video files to each other. There is no banner ads on Telegram and you can create groups of your friends or colleagues. Why Use Telegram? It is the best secure messaging tool and the one which offers the fastest experience. It offers encryption, self-destructing messages, channels, stickers and bots and more. The…

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What Is Ehsas Kafalat Program 2021

What is the Ehsas Kafalat Program? The PML-N government had initiate the Ehsas Kafalat Program which was launch in 2005 by then What is the Ehsas Kafalat Program? Amina Sabtain (19) was deprive of a proper burial after she died of severe burns, one year ago. The police were unable to probe the (Photo: File) Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has announce an early-release scheme for the victims of extrajudicial killings in the metropolis under his care. The Ehsas-e-Kafalat (Justice for the Victim) program will be initiated shortly and will benefit 52 beneficiaries. How does it help women in Pakistan? Ehsas Kafalat is the world's first social safety net program for women. The annual scheme was launch in 2010 by Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gillani. A statement…

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WHAT IS AN IDEOLOGY ?

WHAT IS AN IDEOLOGY? The term ldeologyy is a complex phenomena in the study of Social Sciences on which a great deal of controversy exists among scholars on its meanings and definition. The French Philosopher Autoine Destul de Tracy used the word ideologie during French Revolution and defined it as the Science of ldeas meaning thereby as the study of the origins, evolution and nature of iideas.' To Karl Marx, ideology means the ideas of the rulingJunta who seeks to perpetuate the prevailing order of Capitalism and their own privileged position. Karl Manneheim/ to some extent took a similar view of ideology by defining it as the conservative, self-seeking and biased views of the dominant class in society. In view of the different approaches towards the…

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Corruption and the measures to curb corruption

"It is said that power corrupts, but actualy it's more true that power attracts the corruptible. The sane are usualhy attracted by other things than power." -David Brin Pakistan is the 124 least corrupt nation out of 180 countries, according to the 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International. Corruption Rank in Pakistan averaged 108.29 from 2000 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 144 in 2005 and a record low of 39 in 1995 .The political will of the government to fight corruption is lacking which has resulted in the Supreme Court of Pakistan to take suo moto action against mega corruption in NICL, Pakistan Steel, Rental Power Plants. The CPI 2010 reveals that corruption in Pakistan is increasing, while in Bangladesh it…

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CHINA PAKISTAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR (CPEC)

The CPEC is a 3,000-kilometre network of roads, railways and pipelines to transport oil and  gas from Gwadar Port to Kashgar city, northwestern China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, China Daily reports. China and Pakistan have agreed to build One Belt One Road project more commonly known as China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is expected to bring about both peace and prosperity in South Asia. This corridor will link between Kashgar in north-western China to Pakistan's Gwadar port on the Arabian Sea near the border with Iran via roads, railways and pipelines. Expected cost was $46 billion but it increased up to S54 billion. There are many internal and external challenges for Pakistan government to implement this multi-dollars project. However, it is a game changer project which will transform…

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Exam Preparation: Eight Study Tips

preface: Preparing for your examination can be difficult sometimes if you are not used to studying on a regular basis. You may procrastinate and seek out different ways of not studying. But if you are reading this then it mean you are genuinely worried about your academics and your examination. So worry not because we have done our research and we will be sharing with 5 study tips which if you use, you will get maximum result. 1.Review your syllabus: Determine when all of your tests will be held and how much of your grade will be based on them. Make a note of these dates in your calendar or planner so they don't pass you by. Prepare for each exam by scheduling study sessions at…

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RESPONSIBILITIES OF YOUTH (A SPEECH BY QUAID-E-AZAM)

Who was Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Muhammad Ali Jinnah also known as Quaid-e-Azam which means “great leader “was the founder of Pakistan. He was born on 25 December, 1876 in Karachi India (now Pakistan). He was the leader of the All-India-Muslim League from 1913 until the foundation of Pakistan on 14th august, 1947. After the independence of Pakistan, he served as the first governor general independent Pakistan until his death. Preview: On March 24, 1948 addressing a special convocation of Dhaka University at Curzon Hall, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ail Jinnah gave a historic speech to the students who getting their degrees and diplomas.   Summary of Quaid-e-Azam’s speech: In his convocation address to the outgoing students, the Quaid-e-Azam at first thanks the Vice Chancellor and then congratulates…

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HOW TO STUDY SMART, NOT HARD

BACKGROUND: For years students were constantly told to study and work hard. Students were are made to memorize lengthy paragraphs. Instead of understanding a particular question or a set of question, students would just memorize the given questions and understand it. But these type of practices have been reduced to minimal. Now a days students have become smarter in regard to studing. They have adopted habits and practices which helps them in achieving their required goal in a less amount of time and at the same time understanding it to the fullest. 10 PRACTICAL STEPS:                In this article, I will discuss with you a list of 10 practical steps which you can use to not only improve your studing but also bring about a long…

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