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From Lahore to Silicon Valley, tracing journey of Ali Islam Khan, ex-Director R&D at FireEye

Ali wants entrepreneurship to be encouraged, “we are told to be slaves from the get-go, examples of people failing and overcoming their failures should be advertised more often.”

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Dank memes: The rise of social media incel groups in Pakistan’s digital space

Unfortunately, “the more we dug, the worse it got,” said Fatima. She initially believed the abuse was limited to animals but as she explored Sed’s profile, the profiles of his ‘friends’ and read comments on her posts; she realized that this isn’t just a, “Random boy acting out. It is, in fact, a group of people, deriving pleasure from all these acts. Which aren’t limited to animals. They extend to women, children, and feminists,” she said.

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Pakistan’s Struggle Against Child Malnutrition

In 2011, only 42% of households at the national level were food secure, according to the nutrition survey. A majority of households experienced some form of food insecurity, with nearly 10% declared as “food insecure with severe hunger”. As of 2016, the cost of a basic nutritious diet was around Rs. 2,100 per capita per month. But nearly a third of Pakistan’s population lives below the poverty line of Rs. 3,000 per adult per month.