A powerful earthquake of 7.8 magnitude (the country’s worst in 80 years) shook Nepal on Saturday near its capital, Kathmandu, killing more than 2,000 people as of reported yet. Tremors were felt across the region, with further loss of lives (around 34 deaths reported from Northern parts) in India, Bangladesh … Read more
It was a friend’s heart wrenching Facebook status that informed me about first Naegleria victim of 2015 in Karachi a couple of days ago. A young girl Abeera, only child of her parents, apparently went to a famous water park and died after few days. Karachi health services director Dr … Read more
Until now we knew Hilary Clinton as a woman who gets drunk, indulges in bad-mouthing, has no control over her emotions, can’t even run her house, and breaks federal law. But now we also know that she is a liar. Hilary Clinton’s state department buying Facebook ‘likes’ is nothing new, … Read more
Smartchoice is an online platform built for the convenience of internet users who are looking for better internet connections in their locality. This service helps broadband consumers find great deals and packages offered by popular internet providers of Pakistan including Mobilink, Nayatel, PTCL, Qubee, Telenor, Ufone, Wi-tribe, Worldcall and Zong. … Read more
Feminism is a cult, a form a satanism, propelling nudity and promiscuity, spreading teen pregnancies and STDs, responsible for abortions and AIDS, giving rise to pre-marital and extra-marital affairs, and the Supreme Court has made sure that all of it thrives by issuing a ruling that is more of a death sentence to everything that morality stands for.
Firdous Ashiq Awan – Rs. 1.1 billion Fehmida Mirza – Rs. 1.1 billion Faryal Talpur – Rs. 780 million Asma Arbab Alamgir – Rs. 580 million Naseem Chaudhry – Rs. 500 million While a man has to risk his life to enter the political arena, women have seats reserved in … Read more
It seems that humans and animals alike bear the brunt of maleficent intentions of the uber-rich. Nowhere does this stand truer than in Pakistan, where the Houbara Bustard is the latest in a long series of rare and endangered species on the hunting list of foreign “dignitaries”. The Houbara Bustard … Read more
… feminists try to demean homemaking, making it sound like oppression, and brainwash women into the workforce away from the comfort and peace of their homes, while the real oppression occurs with the deranged idea of ‘equality’ in the form of broken homes, shockingly high divorce rates, neglect of children, abuse at the hands of babysitters, teen pregnancies, alcohol and drug abuse among teenagers, poor academic performances of children, etc.
The fact that women are easy to brainwash can be found dating back to 1928, where George Washington Hill, running the American Tobacco Company, realized that if women started smoking too, his profit would increase by leaps and bounds. In 1929, he hired Edward Bernays who encouraged smoking among women … Read more
How would it feel if women were the ones under obligation to earn, and not men? What would we think if there were special quotas for men in companies and the political arena? How would it be if women had to leave their seats for men, and seats on public … Read more