Category: Stories


MONEY BUYS HAPPINESS By: Ayesha Khan Honourable teachers and my dear fellow students, Assalam o alaikum The topic that has been given to me to speak on is, Money Buys Happiness. ‘The greediness of money leads to fall’ Many people think that money is the only thing needed in life. If happiness is the ability

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Happiness is a journey not a destination

by: Sohaima Shabbir We all have the right to be happy and we all do become happy. But sometimes happiness is replaced with sadness which hurts the inner soul. Respected teachers and my dear fellow students, Assalam-u-alaikum. Today, the topic that I’ve been given to speak on is, Happiness is a Journey not a Destination. 

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A Busy Marketplace

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There Is No Elevator To Success

You Have To Take The Stairs By: Saira Javed – Grade IX Humans beings are all runners in the race of success. Each wants to surpass the other to reach the finish line first. What most forget in their rush is that there are no shortcuts to success. The route is harsh, testing and ends

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By: Mahnoor Aqeel Grade 9 “Every dark night is followed by a bright day.” It is commonly stated, ‘Be optimistic’- what does it mean? Does it mean only to make this phrase the motto of your life or to advice others to apply it in their lives, but not to practice it yourself? In life,

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Report by Zeenat Fatima Primary Section – English Teacher Hira Foundation School A storytelling event for school children was organized by Paramount Publishers on Thursday, 16th February 2017 at British Deputy High Commission Office Pakistan. The program was initiated with the welcome speech of the Deputy British High Commission. Speaking at the event, he said:

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Mysterious Voyage

Mysterious Voyage By: Varisha Rahman Grade 10 Tom, the captain of ‘The Bountiful ‘ began this evilest journey on a fretful night with a victorious feeling. On board we were three courageous women and five merciless men. There was endless fog, the breeze was cool and we no longer smelt of summer. My female partner

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A patriotic common man’s life

Written by: Rafaida Usmani Grade: 9th

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My Mom is my best friend

A Story By: Student Name: Hadiya Javed Class: IX

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Charlie and The Beautiful Flowers

A STORY By Hafsa Imran 111-A There was a boy named Charlie who used to tease and pluck flowers ? everyday. Flowers felt extremely hurt when he plucked them. One day he was walking on the road. Suddenly, he fell so an old man supported Charlie and took him to the doctor for treatment. Charlie

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