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Newspapers vs anchors

Came across this interesting piece about how technology has changed our everyday life in so many ways in what we do or no longer do, or do differently.

It got me pondering about how we no longer use bulky cameras but smart phones to take and send pictures to our friends and fam Read more...

Daily Dose By Bikram Vohra

Bikram Vohra Doing the dirty and you are helpless

Has it ever happened to you that you are staying with relatives and friends in their city for a few days and having a good time and then…

You nudge your husband (or wife) in the guest room and say there is some money missing o ...Read more...


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During the first seven years (1947-53) of Pakistan, in Punjab alone, 31 newspapers were banned.