Mujtaba Makhdoom

A Story teller of his kind, a business student of Marketing, a trainer by profession, a learner by will, an entrepreneur by character, a motivational speaker and writer.

June 2012
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Zia's Perspective

The University of Kabul hosts hundreds of male and female students, pursuing degrees in their respective fields. Though the number of male students is clearly more than female students yet a sufficient number of female students can be seen entering the gates of Kabul University. Women dressed elegantly with their faces easily being seen and some of them walking in the premises of Kabul University with their male counter parts are an indication of how far this war waged country has come. Only 12 years ago, during the Taliban regime women were not allowed to be seen out of their homes without a male member of the family. Today girls can go to schools and even they can be part of the current work force. However things are not as simple as it seems to be. On the streets of Kabul when a girl is seen walking or standing across…

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