Posted on November 30, 2006
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Law & Justice, Photo of the Day, Society, Women
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58 responses to “Picture of the Day: How We View Young Women?”

  1. Bilal says:

    PAKISATN WOMEN CAN NEVER DO ANYTHING,
    YOU MUST BE THINKING WHY????????????????
    BECOZ PAKISTANI RULES FOR WOMEN ARE SO TUF
    AND THE WADDERS’S AND FEW MORE COST’S ARE
    SO UNLOWFULL ABOUT WOMENS……
    SO WHAT IF THE BILL HASE BEN PASSED LOW IS STILL IN WADDERAS HANDS…………………………………

  2. Nouman Ahmed Siddiqui says:

    I think we have pushed women in our society to create a division for themselves. Pakistan experienced a tolerant society if we go back 20 years from now. And women were still very active, whether it be Politics, film industry or commercially. I think we have given rise to a substantially moderate women and that against a very nation that does not allow transparency into the very veins of women. The women hides and yet we call them disturbances of time.

  3. Nadia Dxb says:

    Hmmm! its nice joke!