Fariah Salahuddin

Fariah is a full-time freelance writer and blogger. Although, she's a business student but still likes to explore new horizons of learning of various educational disciplines. Fariah spends most of her time researching and writing. Outside the web, she loves practicing calligraphy. Music, movies and outdoor activities are what keeps her entertained and her mind refreshed.
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Facebook Isolates and Liberates Women in Pakistan

Social media has become the voice of our world today. Facebook has surely made the world a smarter place. It is a free tool to share your personal information. It’s not wrong to say that it has changed the way we share our lives with the world. Whether it is your thoughts, photos, videos, your favorite movies, books or anything that is supposed to be personal is now smartly plastered on your social media profile. For women in Pakistan, however, things like Social Media aren’t as straightforward.
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Children of the World: Victims of Violence and Climate Change

The ones most affected by climate change and violence in the world are people living in poverty. Where should they go? What should they do to save themselves? How can they live a normal life? These are the questions that bring tons of other questions with them. But who is going to take responsibility for them? Children, of all, suffer the most, but a solution is hard to come by.
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HIV and diabetes

HIV and Diabetes: Two Sicknesses We Know. Or Do We? 

HIV has been stigmatized as one of the most horrible diseases one can have, right? Diabetes, on the other hand, has almost become normal. Chances are high you probably know someone that is a Diabetes patient, yet quite low to know an HIV positive person. According to the National Diabetes Statistics 2017, over 30.3 million worldwide have diabetes. Among them, 23.1 million are diagnosed, and 7.2 million are undiagnosed. So let’s take a deeper look at HIV and diabetes.
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Shopping online

How the Internet Changed Shopping

The Internet has largely changed the way we go shopping today, and it happened in just one decade. Books, electronics, clothes, cosmetics, medicines, you name it, everything is available online. You can buy whatever you like without leaving your house.
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Refugee displacement

Refugee Displacement: It’s High Time We Talk About It

Wars, conflicts, and persecution are some of the reasons people are forced to leave their homes and seek refuge in a safer place, contributing to the mind blowing refugee displacement statistics. According to the UNHCR, 65.6 million people from around the world have been forced to leave their homes.
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Why Is Nobody Talking About Killings of Kashmiri Women?

Raging April is over and May is currently on the lookout. Speculations might come further until the rest of the year. Meets, talks, internet ban, pellets and militancy all are flashing in the news. Deep in those lines and words are cries of helpless and desperate people for attention on the oppression happening in Kashmir.
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7 Places to See and Travel to Before You Die

Ladies and Gentleman, it is time to grab a piece of paper and pencil because we are about to reveal something any traveler would love. If you have the goal of traveling the world but need some inspiration, then this one is for you. We have created a list of 7 places to see and travel to before you die. Let’s begin:
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Magical Moringa

The Awesome Wonders of Magical Moringa

Moringa is the sole genus in the family of the flowering plant Moringaceae. It is native to the parts of Asia and Africa. The most popularly grown species of this plant is Moringa Oleifera, which is a multipurpose tree, found in the foothills of the Himalayas in the North Western India. Let’s take a look at the benefits of Magical Moringa.
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