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In Open Letter, Indian Blogger Asks Fawad Khan To Return To Pakistan

In Open Letter, Indian Blogger Asks Fawad Khan To Return To Pakistan

An Indian journalist and  blogger, Soumyadipta Banerjee has written an open letter to Pakistani actor Fawad Khan asking him to return to Pakistan. The letter, which was published on Bollywood Journalist, states, “Fawad, I don’t think you can deny how much love we have showered on you over the past few years. We have given

Outrage In Pak After Nargis Fakhri’s Enticing Newspaper Advert

By News Desk A newspaper ad featuring Bollywod actress in an “enticing” pose has triggered controversy in Pakistan, a media report said. Nargis Fakhri, who appeared as a contestant on “America’s Next Top Model,” has now sparked a debate about journalistic ethics, Islam and women’s rights in the Muslim country. The advert in which Fakhri

Greek Girls Selling Sex For Sandwiches: Study

Greek austerity has driven young women to the point where they are selling sex for the price of a sandwich, a study has found. Sociology professor Gregory Laxos and his team at Panteion University in Athens found that young Greek women had now overtaken Eastern European women as the dominant group in the prostitution industry,

Muslims Will Not Leave India, Come What May: Owaisi

 All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Tuesday said that the Muslims would not leave the country, come what may, and that they would continue to live here as “proud Indians”. “Muslims will not succumb to dog whistle politics of the Sangh Parivar and other fascist forces but continue their democratic struggle for

Make Sex Education Compulsory In schools: Activists

Like girls, boys are equally at risk of abuse and there is a need to make sex education compulsory in schools with a focus on what constitutes child abuse, rights activists said on Sunday. A petition signed by 3,000 parents from across India would be submitted to union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi

How Female Employees Can Raise Work Profile

When it comes to raising one’s profile within the workplace, female employees stand much to gain from formal, face-to-face mentoring programmes, says an Indian-origin researcher. After analysing a field experiment involving 139 “high potential” employees at a software development lab for a US-based company in China, assistant professor Sameer Srivastava from University of California-Berkeley reported