Make 2015 a Great Blogging Year

Posted: January 2, 2015 in Uncategorized

Make 2015 a Great Blogging Year

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The beginning of a new year is an opportunity to start things afresh — why should your blog not benefit as well? Here are six things you can do to start your blogging in 2015 energized, recharged, and focused.

Explore your new dashboard

We introduced several major upgrades to the dashboard right before the end of last year, including updated Stats and navigation and the ability to manage and edit all your content across sites from one central hub.

Now is the perfect time to get familiar with some of these new features for a smoother blogging experience. Whether it’s from your computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can check out which posts generated the most likes and comments (and much more) on your Stats page, browse through all your posts and pages, and easily tweak your account settings, review your billing history, and visit your trophy case from My Profile.

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9th National Thalassemia Conference & Workshops held on 29-30 November, 2014

Thalassemia Free Pakistan

Disclaimer: Writing these notes first as a patient then as an associate member of Thalassemia Federation of Pakistan

Finally after so long delay national thalassemia conference took place in Fatima Memorial Hospital College of Medical & Dentistry in Lahore on 29th-30th November 2014.

Delegates from all over Pakistan started reaching Lahore on 28th November, there was an executive meeting held on 28th November in Carlton Hotel where executive members were invited and few patients from Punjab were also there as observers.

The conference kicked off on 29th November at FMH College of Medical & Dentistry at 9AM after the member’s registration. Starting from the Quran recitation and welcome address by president TFP Punjab, activities of TFP were shared by general secretary TFP Dr. Yasmin Rashid, with few words from Dr Joveria Manan, Chief Guest, Actor Adeel Hashmi and President TFP the ceremony for gold…

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Gallery  —  Posted: December 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

A letter to Quaid

Posted: December 12, 2014 in Uncategorized

A must read blog.

The Whimsy Writer

Dear Quaid,
I am sorry. We are sorry for we have failed. We are devastated. Doomed. Trapped in a quagmire, getting out of which seems hardly possible. Things have changed since you left. Pakistan is not what it used to be. Pakistan is not what you founded it to be. Pakistan is not ‘the land of the pure’ anymore. In fact, this phrase, land-of-the-pure, seems rather ironical when associated with Pakistan.

Our system is no longer a pristine, pellucid sea; it is adulterated with contaminations so jeopardous like corruption, nepotism and fraud. Our institutions have tarnished reputations. Plundering police. Greedy Government. Misleading media.

Terrorism has spread in the country like a wild, unquenchable fire. Every year thousands of innocent lives are extinguished just because of it. We are being ruled by cruel, cold-blooded demons that have insatiable craving and unquenchable avarice for loot and plunder. They carry no care, no…

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Women Empowerment in South Asia

Posted: December 12, 2014 in Uncategorized

Women Empowerment in South Asia


This article is a summary of  the work done by Jejeebhoy (2004), the study looks at the lives of women and investigates measurements of their self-rule in diverse locales of South Asia—Punjab in Pakistan, and Uttar Pradesh in north India and Tamil Nadu in south India. It investigates the context oriented elements basic watched contrasts and surveys the degree to which these distinctions could be credited to religion, nationality, or north–south social refinements. Discoveries recommend that while women’ self-sufficiency regarding choice making, portability, opportunity from debilitating relations with spouse, and access to and control over financial assets is obliged in each of the three settings, women in Tamil Nadu admission impressively better than other women, regardless of religion. Discoveries give little backing to the recommendation that women in Pakistan have less independence or control over their lives than do Indian ladies. Nor do Muslim ladies be they Indian or Pakistani—practice…

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That’s one of the greatest posts… must read.

Cogito Ergo Mum

Abby BoidHere is what you should do in order to provide the best for your children, to ensure that they are healthy and happy, and that they grow up to be good and successful adults.

What follows is the information I have gathered from my 38 years experience of being alive and my 13 cumulative years of parenting, presented to you in a concise, easy to follow list. I’ve read books, watched documentaries, listened to woman’s hour. I have done my research, so you don’t have to.

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Submission to Allah proven by Animals

▶ Power and Miracles of Islam – Submission to Allah proven by Animals – Video Dailymotion.

Five Elements For Your Front Page

Posted: April 10, 2014 in Uncategorized

Want to start your blog?
Five Elements For Your Front Page.

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Whether you’re building a website or online portfolio, or a blog with your latest posts displayed front and center, you want your site’s front page to look great, but also provide information your readers want and need. Here are five elements, from beginner’s tweaks to bigger ideas, to consider as you create your online home:

1. Your blog name, loud and clear

You want your visitors to know exactly what your site is about the moment they land on your homepage. One of your first tasks when creating your blog is to set your site title and tagline. Note that site titles display differently across our 250+ themes.

We love the way recently launched Hemingway Rewritten displays a blog name and tagline in a sleek parallax-scrolling header:

The header of A Patchwork Life, using the Hemingway Rewritten theme.

You can also create a custom header image, which you…

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