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Maligning Malala

Sir: Gulmina Bilal Ahmad’s article, Maligning Malala (Daily Times, July 19, 2013), is a very timely reminder to the progressive people of Pakistan, and the views expressed by Ms Ahmad are admirable, to say the least. Having said that, it ...

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Afia Siddiqui vs Malala Yousufzai

By: Noman Ansari Look at the case of Dr Afia Siddiqui, whom we support without asking any questions. Let’s ignore the forensic evidence against her, as well the bomb manufacturing documents found in her possession, because let’s admit it, in ...

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Malala and the Taliban

In a curious letter written to Malala Yousafzai days after her speech to the UN, Taliban leader Adnan Rashid — a former air force officer accused of involvement in a plot to kill ex-president Musharraf — has invited her to ...

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Research on women in media launched

By: MALEEHA HAMID SIDDIQUI KARACHI: Do male-dominated newsrooms act as a deterrent for women wanting to enter the profession? And are girls obtaining media science degrees to get good marriage proposals? Why are working conditions better for women in English ...

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