Are Doctors And Engineers All We Got?

The problem isn’t just with children wanting or not to become a doctor or an engineer but with the popular mindset around this topic. Every household has someone trying to either become a doctor or an engineer. You’ll see bright young students doing FSc right after O’levels instead of taking up A’levels just so they can have an advantage when they appear for MCAT and get good percentages where government medical colleges are the goal and the private ones are lower on the pecking order.

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The Abortion Case: A Message for Our Youth

The biggest dilemma of our society is that our youth is going in a very wrong direction. Sometimes it seems like they are becoming blind. I would not criticize them at all if we are not living in a Muslim country. We gain this sacred homeland to raise a nation on the parameters of Islam. I haven’t revealed my main topic yet but I know many of you already got it. We know our flaws yet prefer to live like this.

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The Dead Body of Womanhood

A picture of a guy carrying a dead body of a girl has been doing rounds on the internet for days now. In case you don’t know, let me give you an overview of what happened. The guy named Usama and the deceased girl Maryam were in a relationship and she had gotten pregnant. The girl then got some money from her parents saying that it for her university fee and decided to get an abortion(not like they had any other option), but due to a complication in the abortion process, she lost a lot of blood and died. After which the boy carried her dead body into a private hospital’s emergency ward and left it there. The guy and his car were spotted in the CCTV camera footage of the hospital and he was later arrested from his house.

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Why Should You Read

Explaining the importance of reading seems something very harebrained. It is because this is something universally known and it is quite hard to think of a person who because of being unaware of the blessings of reading or some other reasons does not read. Anyhow it is still a fact that most of the literate people do not avail the favors bestowed by reading.

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Naval Partnership through Peace Exercise: Success of Pakistan Navy

Pakistan Navy’s Multinational Peace Exercise is being held in February 2021. This exercise has been held every two years since 2007. The Pakistan Navy’s efforts are aimed at enhancing various capabilities by promoting cooperation between the regional and other navies. In this exercise, the forces of many countries come together on a single platform. The crew and delegates on ships from different countries interact with the officers and men of the Pakistan Navy. As a multinational platform, peace helps improve professional relations between the various navies and contributes to a positive image of Pakistan in the eyes of other nations. This exercise is a perfect example of maritime diplomacy and enhances the professionalism of Pakistan Navy personnel as well as the country’s prestige.

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Doctors Lives Matter: A Very Sad And Tragic Incident In Multan

The recent incident of a consultant Psychiatrist killing his daughter and then taking his own life in Multan is very unfortunate and we all hear and mourn about such incidents and pray for the departed souls, then within few days, the matter is forgotten.

A Psychiatrist who has worked his whole life treating patients with all sorts of mental illnesses, when he himself needed help during times of crisis, no one could possibly reach out to him and help him through these difficult times.

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Need for Endocrinologists with Rising Obesity and Diabetes Prevalence in South Asia

Authors: Dr. Jassimran Singh, Dr. Srivani Konatham and Dr. Lubna Mirza

I came to know about an online Endocrinology clinical rotation with Dr. Mirza in the United States from some of my friends. They had positive remarks about the rotation and its curriculum. I rotated in the Endocrine clinic for about two months in which I learned about various Endocrine diseases and their management; most common of which is diabetes type 1 and type 2, Thyroid disorders, Parathyroid diseases, Adrenal problems, and various other conditions.

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Dancing – a Horrible Incident at Swat

A horrible and devastating incident took place in Swat a few days ago, an incident that indicated a core shaking threat to the fabric of our society, an incident that would leave a disastrous image of our Society on any foreigner watching it. The video of this terrible incident was circulated over social media and the criminals could be seen committing the crime red-handedly. Thankfully an FIR has been lodged on all those filthy criminals and the people who helped them commit this crime. And their crime as mentioned in the FIR was that a large number of boys and girls, dressed in the most Un-Pakistani way, were seen to be, DANCING.

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Writing In Times Of Covid-19

Awareness regarding mental health has always been a perpetual spar in a country where psychiatric resources and services are available in a confined manner. In underdeveloped countries such as Pakistan, People do find themselves inefficacious when the time comes to face the stressors like rising inflation and unemployment, erratic gas supplies, load shedding, political uncertainty, infringement of law and order, and most importantly the social stigma and lockdown effects brought about by the second wave of Covid-19.

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