UK: Pakistani mother separated from terminally ill daughter due to Covid

Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic, the global social structure has seen a significant collapse. Many countries have taken self-serving approaches, which has had dire consequences for migrants, students, and dual-nationality holders. This has been especially relevant in the case of Sabiha Waseem, a Pakistani-British citizen.

PM Imran Khan: ‘Smart Lockdowns’ helped Pakistan mitigate Covid

In an interview with Axios, PM Imran Khan said that the country's campaign against the Covid Pandemic was successful due to smart lockdowns.

Pakistan donates PPEs to Afghanistan for the fight against COVID-19

Pakistan's National Disaster Management Authority has donated Personal Protection Equipment to Afghanistan to combat Covid-19.

India prioritizing military over healthcare despite COVID crisis

India has become the third-highest military spender globally, but with the ongoing Pandemic is it really what it should be prioritizing?

OXFAM report reveals it took one pandemic to expose all flaws

 Was it a mere coincidence, a well-thought-out analysis, or the power of imagination that made Prime Minister Imran Khan announce 100% Universal health coverage...

Prime Minister Imran Khan proposes equitable COVID vaccine supply at UN

Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday presented a five-point agenda to address the structural barriers in global prosperity, proposing equitable supply of COVID-19 vaccine to...

President Biden to restore COVID travel ban

President Joe Biden will re-impose a Covid-19 travel ban on most non-US citizens who have been in Britain, Brazil, Ireland and much of Europe, a...

Egypt’s search for a fig leaf: It’s not the Handball World Championship

Egyptian general-turned-president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi sees the 2021 men’s handball world championship in Cairo and Alexandria as an opportunity to put his best foot...

Op-ed: How Social Welfare helped Pakistan out of its first pandemic in 1950

Partition was the first pandemic we faced in Pakistan and COVID-19 is the second. The first batch of social workers was selected in 1953, to...

India prepares for mass COVID-19 vaccine drive

India on Saturday staged nationwide drills to start one of the world's biggest coronavirus vaccination programs as the drug regulator prepared to approve the...

COVID-19 vaccine is a ray of hope but is it a ray of hope for all?

After the 2nd World War, the world at large made unprecedented strides towards eradicating poverty, reducing childhood mortality, increasing life expectancy, and expanding literacy....

Pharma chief urges transparency in Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Pharmaceutical firms must be "very transparent" about the risks and benefits of Covid-19 vaccines in efforts to end the pandemic, the head of Asia's...