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L’Oreal Brandstorm kicks off campus drive at NUST

NUST team that represented Pakistan at Paris returns for an interactive session. L’Oreal started visiting their partner universities for Brandstrom Campus Drives with a visit to NUST on Januray 1st. The purpose of the drive was to select eligible students & build teams for participation in the competition. Brandstorm is a unique innovation competition hosted by the L’Oréal Group to allow students to unleash their creativity and showcase groundbreaking ideas. Since 1992, it has been the ultimate innovation competition and a great learning opportunity for students. For 2018, the participants’ mission is to come up with innovations that “Invent...

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Project Insaniyat ’17: NUST’s solution to a ticking time bomb

Every once in a while, a wave hits NUST that goes beyond academics and connects directly with the personal soul of each individual. One such wave of the current year is Project Insaniyat’17. An initiative that goes a step ahead of providing relief to the destitute by turning students into volunteers who work to uplift the society independently. You might be wondering what Insaniyat has to do with you? Well, you’re about to find that out. All these charity bake-sales and donation drives happening across NUST in the past two months have been mostly under the label of Project...

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NUST remembers APS

Documentary “The Survivor” screened at NUST, Vigil also held Islamabad: A day before the 16th December APS massacre turned 3 years old, NUST paid homage to martyrs and survivors in an event held in the SADA seminar hall. The solemn event marked how the worst act of terror in Pakistan’s history was still fresh in everyone’s mind. The event included a screening of the award winning documentary “The Survivor”, which told the story of Muneeb Khan, and APS survivor who lost his younger brother in the tragedy. The documentary was built around how the APS massacre altered the course...

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The atrocities in Kashmir are too much for an over-sensitive person like me: Mushaal Mullick

Panel discussion on entertainment turns into an impassioned session for Kashmir, grand-daughter of Kashmiri leader gets an emotional meeting with Mrs. Mullick Islamabad: Kashmiri freedom activist Mushaal Mullick told students at NUST that her artistic inspirations are tied with the cause of Kashmir that she is fighting so vehemently for. E eventMrs. Mullick also said that with her family’s roots in Kashmir, marrying Kashmiri Freedom leader Yasin Malik was a call of destiny. She, along with anchor person Farooq Hasan were the speakers at a Panel Discussion on Pakistan’s entertainment industry on Wednesday. The event was organized by the...

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