Every day we are faced with choices in our careers that will affect us over the long term. Should I volunteer for that new project? Should I ask for a raise? Should I take a sabbatical? Should I say yes to overtime?

But sometimes we miss the biggest choices that will cause us to look back on our careers 20 years from now with pride and contentment — or regret.

Here are some of the career choices we often make but will regret deeply in 20 years’ time:

Pretending to be something you’re not. Read more about 10 career choices you’ll regret in 20 years

Society Develops When We Treat Both Men and Women Equally

Female is the second pair of wheels of the vehicle which carries the society forward on the road towards progress and development with a pace fast enough to develop the society as per demand of the time. A defected pair very often causes accidents which sometimes proved to be fatal. So, in order to push the society forward, we need to make sure that both the pairs of the wheels are in the sound condition.
     

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Changeover in GB

THE government in Gilgit-Baltistan is completing its five-year term tomorrow. The Gilgit-Baltistan Empowerment and Self-governance Order 2009 provided a limited chance to the locals to govern their region for the first time. Following the first elections held after this presidential order, the PPP won most of the seats and became the single largest party in the legislative assembly. Read more about Changeover in GB

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Revolutionizing High Definition Telemedicine with Satellite offering

Imagine a rural town in mountainous Skardu in Northern Pakistan nearly 30 hours drive away from the capital Islamabad. If an elderly relative living in that remote town perceives signs of a stroke, his family would likely rush him to a nearby district hospital. Read more about Revolutionizing High Definition Telemedicine with Satellite offering

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Child Rights Dilemma

Statelessness is the chapter of international law addressing the issues of individual legal status of citizenship and right of citizens.  However, recent violence and temporal punishment endured by children working at homes of highly educated and the so called civilized people, force me to consider those kids as stateless children as if they are owned by state they won’t be treated like beast of burden and they won’t be treated in a manner they way humans were treated in the era of slavery. Read more about Child Rights Dilemma

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