As a child, I often imagined I would die in front of my family or class mates and they would express their love to me and grieve over my dead body. This thought gave me a lot of satisfaction and even though I never really wished to be dead, just thinking I could be close to death assured me that I was loved and cared for.
Date21.05.2013 | 12:18
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is set for his third term as the country’s prime minister. The economy is crippled, the people unhappy and a huge energy deficit reigns in the country. Islamic extremism has tarnished the image of the country in the world. Will Sharif be able to overcome the daunting tasks that lay in front of him? Will he able to do justice to the expectations of the women in the Pakistani society? Will he able to really bring about a change in Pakistan? WTO reporter Roma Rajpal asked five Pakistani women from varied backgrounds about their expectations.
Date21.05.2013 | 10:13
According to the latest figures released by the Indian Home Ministry, out of the 15,85,117 personnel working in state police forces, only 84,479 or just 5.33% are women. Besides there are only 499 all-women police stations out of a total of 15,000 stations in the country. The figures are absurd and call for an analysis. Is meagre representation of women in the forces, leading to a rise in crimes against women?
Date21.05.2013 | 9:50
What is cancer exactly and is it really possible to “beat the disease?” German oncologist Christof von Kalle is convinced that interdisciplinary collaboration by medical specialists will improve treatments for cancer patients. He hopes to simplify studies to speed up the development of new therapies for cancer.
Date21.05.2013 | 7:49
I loved her floral lips. When she opens then it seems like the mysteries of the universe will be revealed. Her blue eyes fascinated me and she was the living goddess of beauty for me, until now.
Date21.05.2013 | 7:43