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Sea shell art feeds fishermen's homes
The sea shells that wash up on the shore by the current of the waves exhibit a unique charm but their beauty is further enhanced

People & Society

Would student unions resolve youth issues?
For decades, political dynasties have ruled and governed the Pakistani political landscape. After the first upheaval in early 50’s by the Democratic Students Federation, who

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How KU's therapy facility is helping students cope with depression
Ayesha Khalid, 20, is a student of the University of Karachi. Passionate with many hobbies, she was a happy student in her first semester studying Psychology 

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Is texting killing our language?
Languages evolved through millennia for humans to communicate with each other and to help them express their emotions and ideas. In a lot of societies,

People & Society

Is Conocarpus a smart choice for Karachi?
By Alvina Ashraf & Zoha Khan   In the year 2008, Karachi witnessed rapid plantation of Conocarpus trees. After a decade, the same Karachi encountered a massive

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The teacher from Korangi who feeds stray dogs
In a country where dogs are commonly disliked, or feared, a young woman named Hina Saleem steps out daily carrying bags of meat around the

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Four teenage boys set up a free iftar project
Last year, Ali Mustafa, Ali Sabir and the Farooqi brothers found themselves in a sitch when their plan of collecting funds for a community iftar

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Ibrahim Hyderi’s library on wheels
Afiya Abbasi, a 19-year-old student of Pharm-D at the Jinnah Post Graduate Medical Centre (JPMC), couldn’t find a place to study for her exams.

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Karachi University's point woes are weighing it down - quite literally
If you live anywhere near Karachi University, overloaded point buses would be quite a common sight. Young girls and boys crammed inside, with some protruding