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A person’s physical appearance does not relate to their personality.
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Call your mother. Tell her you love her. Remember you’re the only person who knows what her heart sounds like from the inside.

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In Pakistan:
People are being beaten, shot with bullets and tear gassed. 
Giving blood to those bleeding in the protest is not allowed
Proper treatment to the injured isn’t being given.
At least three people are dead and over 300 have been injured in clashes between police and anti-government protesters in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad.
For Further information:
Live Streams from the Protests in Islamabad (Urdu):
Samaa TV
ARY News
Dawn News
News Outlets:
Important Update via Al Jazeera: Pakistan army intervenes in political crisis
The Express Tribune: The Umpire Strikes Back
Dawn: When failure is victory
Lal Khan’s Columns for the Daily Times
Newsweek: Police Clash with PTI/PAT Protesters in Islamabad
Dawn: Violent Clashes Continue as Protesters Surround Parliament
AFP: 230 injured as police clash with protesters in Islamabad
Reuters: Pressure mounts on Pakistan leader to quit as protests continue
The New York Times: Pakistan, Its Own Worst Enemy (opinion piece, take with a pinch of salt)
The Wall Street Journal: Police, Protesters Clash Near Pakistan Prime Minister’s Residence
The Washington Post: Did a ‘soft coup’ just happen in Pakistan?
Guardian: Political crisis in Pakistan as media, politics and the military join the fray
BBC News: Pakistan protesters clash with Islamabad police
The Telegraph: Police clash with protesters trying to storm Pakistan PM’s house
Al Jazeera English: Pakistan crisis: scores injured in protests
On tumblr:
On Twitter:
A list I’ve compiled including Islamabad-based journalists, Pakistani tweeps and activists providing us with all the latest news and updates from the ground.