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The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Equal chances: Job opportunities for women in Islamic banks

LONDON: With the success stories of Malala Yousufzai (Nobel Laureate), Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (two-time Oscar winner) and Fiza Farhan (member of UN's panel on women empowerment), Pakistan is fast becoming an attractive place for women. Women are ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago

American photographer moved by Malala's smile

Annie Leibov­itz's shoots Malala Yousuf­zai for her exhibi­tion, Women: New Portra­its Malala Yousufzai. PHOTO: Annie Leibovitz/Women: New Portraits Leading American portrait photographer, Annie Leibovitz 's had the chance of shooting ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
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Sri Sri's remarks against Malala show the ugly face of a godman's desire for power

It is almost a law of nature that all gurus and godmen must display markers of their inner essence on their own being. Something obvious and unmistakable. Often it is the mane wild or tame dreadlocks or an afro haircut or some outlandish hairdo or ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Let the girls learn

Malala has receiv­ed intern­ationa­l acclai­m for her heroic strugg­le but the fate of thousa­nds of her age is a bleak one The writer is a researcher, social activist and writer based in Swat where he heads Idara Baraye Taleem-o-Taraqi.
 The Express Tribune3 days ago

Gender bias: From Malala to Handwara

Collateral damage is an oft heard phrase in a conflict like Kashmir, used as a euphemism to justify killings of innocent people in the name of terrorism. Like any other conflict region, women are always part of the collateral damage baggage by ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Syrian teen inspired by Malala campaigns against child marriages

When her best friend was marrie­d off before she turned 14, Omaima decide­d to do someth­ing agains­t early marria­ges PHOTO: UNHCR Inspired by Malala, a 15-year-old Syrian girl is campaigning against child marriage, offering drawing ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

All we want is an education

Distri­cts rankin­g reveal­ed that 48 per cent school­s in Pakist­an are withou­t drinki­ng water LAHORE: This refers to the sorrow, grief and shame associated with the news report headlined, Districts ranking: 48% schools in Pakistan ...
 The Express Tribune12 hours ago

How Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's film earned an Oscar — and disdain

Illustration by Wajeeha Abbasi A beautiful moment captured on celluloid shows moonlight glistening over a large water body. The shot is at once engaging, mysterious and poetic — a perfect cinematic rendering of a screenplay by Faiz Ahmed Faiz.
 DAWN Group3 days ago A shot in the dark: An Oscar-winning film's journey to glory & back  DAWN Group3 days ago

Priyanka Chopra does it again, is one of world's 10 Millennial Leaders

Quantico, Baywatch, Time magazine's most Influential list and now making it to US News 10 Millennial Leaders Around the World, actor Priyanka Chopra is indefatigable. The Bollywood actor who has successfully transitioned to Hollywood was named in ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Priyanka does it again, is one of world's 10 Millennial Leaders  MSN News US2 weeks ago
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