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To be or not to be ethical- that is the question

Afnan Hafiz, is an undergraduate student, doing her BA (Hons) in English Literature from Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan. She likes to think out of the box and wants to bring a change that will bring back human beings to the phase of being humans once again. To be or not to be ethical- that is the questionIf aliens exist and they take a peek at our world today, they might look at each other and read each other’s minds thinking the same thing, “Oh so monotonous!” When we look…See More
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To be or not to be ethical- that is the question

Afnan Hafiz, is an undergraduate student, doing her BA (Hons) in English Literature from Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan. She likes to think out of the box and wants to bring a change that will bring back human beings to the phase of being humans once again. To be or not to be ethical- that is the questionIf aliens exist and they take a peek at our world today, they might look at each other and read each other’s minds thinking the same thing, “Oh so monotonous!” When we look…See More
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To be or not to be ethical- that is the question

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Afnan Hafiz, is an undergraduate student, doing her BA (Hons) in English Literature from Government College University, Lahore, Pakistan. She likes to think out of the box and wants to bring a change that will bring back human beings to the phase of being humans once again. 

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