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by urdutimes | May 15, 2009 at 7:24 AM
To highlight the issues of women, children and community members.
It is with joy that we welcome your publication to PulseWire. Your outreach to the Urdu community is vital and I look forward to hearing about the issues you cover and the news not featured in mainstream media. Take a moment to post your logo, or an image that best represents your vision.
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I am working with Daily Jang (urdu newspaper) and Urdu Times, USA as special correspondent. I have an extensive experience of NGO sector. Working with different NGOs as volunteer. Although Pakistan is an Islamic country and Islam gives more values to women but in our culture a female is considered to be the cheapest thing. She is behaved like servant at her own house. Women is always betrayed by the society. In remote areas of Pakistan a girl is not allowed to go to school. She is not allowed to earn her living by doing job or business.
So we are trying to create awareness among parents, women, communities to realize the active role of women. Similarly we are working for child labor through media & NGOs.
Through the pulse I want to present the true picture of communities in Pakistan.
(Urdu Times, USA)
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