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Abducted Nigerian girls are my sisters, says Malala

Abducted Nigerian girls are my sisters, says Malala

WASHINGTON: Pakistani education campaigner Malala Yousafzai, who survived being shot in the head by the Taliban, said Wednesday she sees the more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist militants in Nigeria as her sisters. Speaking on CNN, Malala said the ...

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GEAP urges promotion of education, better facilities for girls

GEAP urges promotion of education, better facilities for girls

ISLAMABAD: Marking the start of Global Action Week, Girls Education Alliance Pakistan (GEAP) held a discussion forum on Tuesday to analyse the different aspects of promoting girls’ education in Pakistan. Addressing the participants, former education minister Zubaida Jalal said that ...

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Bringing Malala back

Bringing Malala back

FOR some people it may be a lifelong wait to be ever included in the annual list of 100 influential people of the world by a leading magazine; but not in the case of Malala Yousufzai. She was included in ...

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Protest over school’s closure

Protest over school’s closure

DIR: Residents of Panakot area in Upper Dir district on Saturdayprotested the merger of a middle school for girls with a high school and demanded resumption of classes in the middle school. Girl students were shifted to a recently constructed ...

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