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Dengue coming to haunt the twin cities... By Yaseen

24 October, 2014

I want to direct the attention of the higher authorities and health officials in the Punjab government towards the looming threat of dengue in Rawalpindi and Islamabad. According to official sources, there have been more than 200 positive dengue cases reported in Rawalpindi. This is a very alarming situation for the citizens of the twin cities. Dengue larvae are present everywhere in the twin cities. One can easily observe dengue larvae in parks, bus stands, public toilets ... read more


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Late Eqbal Ahmad, the famous political scientist from Pakistan, once said in an interview that Pakistan needs more liberal arts institutes than technical and medical colleges. His assessment was based on the fact that doctors or engineers do not make grea

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