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Kausar Bilal

I am a Trainer for Professional Writing. I conduct Writing workshops for Business Executives, Young Professionals, Academic Writers, College/University Students, Journalists, Advertisers, Corporate Content Writers and Nonfiction Writing Lovers. As a Corporate Writer and Social Change Agent, you may find my voice in diverse areas on this site. Your feedback and comments are most welcomed.

Patterns of Fatherhood in Pakistan

Most of the Pakistani fathers don’t know about fatherhood. It is like a manufacturing fault because in this society, girls have usually been expected and trained to be good wives, moms and daughter-in-laws, but for boys, the main focus has been on earning and education-for-earning. In a society, where family …

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Naveed Alam: A Literary Canon in Pakistan

Naveed Alam, the winner of Spokane Poetry Prize, doesn’t need any     introduction. Those who know him find him a very fine human being and those who have experienced his teaching and mentoring, consider him simply influential and adorable. You may have glimpses of his personality here in his interview. If …

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No Eid for The Environment?

11 o’clock, almost midnight in a dawning autumn – I stepped brusquely towards the jogging track to accompany my husband there for the daily walk, who was supposed to be there coming from his office just beside the track. Close patrolling of university guards deepened my confidence in the dark …

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