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Jahanzaib Khan

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How Do I Get AdSense Approval to Telugu blogs Very Easily 100%?

How Do I Get AdSense Approval to Telugu blogs Very Easily 100%?

Does Google Accept Telugu Blogs? How to Get Successful Approval on Telugu Blogs/Website? Does AdSense Understands Telugu? Today, I am very excited to tell you all users specially from India, that AdSense now understands Telugu, You can easily get approval on your Telugu Blog or Website. With this feature being launch successfully by Google, Now Telugu Publishers can monetize their …

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WordPress Complete Tutorial in Urdu + Hindi For Beginners

WordPress Complete Tutorial in Urdu + Hindi For Beginners

Are you looking to learn the complete online WordPress course? If yes, you are in the right place to get started with JahaSoft Institute of Information & Technology. Learn the complete WordPress from the Industry experts instructors at JahaSoft IIT from Basics to Advanced level, without learning how to code and without any programming required. Course Features Lectures 70 Duration …

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How Digital Pakistan Can Reduce Corruption in Government Departments

Digital Pakistan and Tehsil Quetta

Everyone is excited about Digital Pakistan, It can facilitate citizens and could reduce corruptions in Government Departments. Today, I will be discussing a well known Government Department ‘Tehsil Quetta’, How people faces huge amount of problems, while transferring his/her Plots, Makkan etc. There is no receipt provided to citizen, when the Tehsil Officers are charging the amount of money for …

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Women Led Mosques Wants to End Gender Discrimination in Islam

Women Led Mosques Wants to End Gender Discrimination in Islam

In mosques men have to sit in the back rows behind the imam leading the pray. Where the women have to pray separately from men in their homes/houses. Rabi’a Keeble felt that there were all sorts of microaggressions within mosques that made women feel uncomfortable. For example, the mans would criticize the hijabs women wore and generally dismiss female participation. …

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