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U-turns

Imran Khan and U-Turn Policy: Why or Why Not?

As it appears, the term ‘U-turn’ has caught the attention of both the academic and power circles in Pakistan. Many analysts and politicians weighed...
Dengue

Dengue Outbreak in Pakistan: Symptoms, Cure & Prevention

Dengue has evolved as a global life-threatening public health concern, affecting around 2.5 billion individuals in more than 100 countries. Member States in three...
Ghazwa-e-Hind

The resurgence of “Ghazwa-e-Hind”: Indian transgressions against Muslims (Part 2)

The current Ghazwa-e-Hind narrative and its perspective in Pakistan and India A tragedy befell Kashmir and the Muslim world on August 5, 2019, when India...
Ghazwa

The resurgence of “Ghazwa-e-Hind”: Indian transgressions against Muslims (Part 1)

Before I begin deliberating on the topic, I must issue some caveats. I am neither a religious scholar nor am I here to attack...
economy

Is the government taking enough steps to make way for a stable economy?

To be a stable economy is a long way to go, but at the very least, working towards it must be government's primary objective....
Bullshit

Top Pakistani Politicians are ‘Bullshit Artists’?

We need to clearly understand the impact of not just lies but bullshitting has had on our political landscape because it has created a...
eggs

Eggs Are Not Just For Eating – Other Amazing Facts

Eggs are a great source of affordable, high-quality protein. More than half of an egg's protein is found in egg white with vitamin B2...
floods

India must stop deforesting its mountains if it wants to fight floods

Gayathri D Naik | Floods are now an annual nightmare in many parts of southern and western India. Valleys in the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka...
Police

Torture stories of Salahuddin & Amir Maseeh: What Police brutality looks like

Recurrent events of police brutality in Punjab are too painful to be recounted in detail. Even more painful is the realization of the idea...
higher education

Doing more with less: The challenge of higher education in Pakistan

Public Sector Universities are grappling with diminishing resources, largely because of significant declines in state funding in the current (2019-20) budget and poor management...
exoplanet

How Water was discovered on a potentially habitable exoplanet for the first time

Angelos Tsiaras | With more than 4,000 exoplanets – planets orbiting stars other than our sun – discovered so far, it may seem like we...
Kashmir

After Massacre at Gujarat, Modi’s has Programmed Pogrom for Kashmir

Narendra Modi, a name synonymous with Hitler, previously infamous for the butchery of Gujarat, has now programmed another pogrom in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK)....
Habibie

B.J. Habibie: Indonesia’s president and architect of the country’s aircraft

Tangguh Chairil | Indonesia’s top engineer and former president, Bacharuddin Jusuf Habibie or B.J. Habibie, who built the country’s aircraft industry from scratch, died at...
Saudi Arabia

Houthis strike at Saudi Arabia’s throbbing heart

A terrible beauty is born on the Middle East’s strategic landscape with the massive drone attacks Saturday on two Saudi Aramco refineries. Saudi Arabia, which...
Internet

Slow Internet: Top 5 Tips to Increase Your Internet Speed

Internet has become an important part of our daily life. According to report more than 3 billion people are using the internet these days....
Nuclear War

Why we do not need to worry about a Nuclear War between India and...

Sarbhanu Nath | Following India’s revocation of the special status for Kashmir, there was a lot of brouhaha over the risk of a nuclear war between India...
Saudi

Winners and losers from Saudi Aramco’s travails

The US President Donald Trump’s tweet Sunday regarding the attack on two Saudi Aramco plants says as follows: “Saudi Arabia oil supply was attacked. There...
FIFA

#Bluegirl: Iranian Football Fan who set herself on fire indicted FIFA & Iran

When Sahar Khodayari this week set herself alight in front of a Tehran courthouse, she indicted world soccer body FIFA, its Asian regional group,...
exercise

‘Exercise, Meditation & little Me Time’: A must to avoid stressful Life

How To Make The Most Out Of Your Life Minus The Stress Background We either experience or have experienced stressful and hectic times at different stages...
Kashmir

World continues to appease Modi, while Kashmir bleeds?

M. Fazal Elahi | It has been more than a month since occupied Kashmir has been under siege of the merciless Indian forces. The persisting...
Kashmir

Kashmir Tragedy – An Identity of Eternal Pain?

Somewhere in October 1947, my mother, Najma, who was then four, was part of a refugee caravan in between Jammu and Sialkot. She was...
Bangladesh

Chinese Dragon laying eggs in Bangladesh’s nest?

Aila. Bijli. Nargis. Rashmi. In Bangladesh, catastrophic cyclones have such fascinating and fearful feminine names. Sitting in the Ganges delta, the statelet is very...
Assam

Millions in India’s north-eastern Assam state at risk of losing citizenship

Approximately 1.9 million people are now facing the possibility of becoming stateless in the north-eastern Indian state of Assam after being excluded from the updated National...
world

The World’s Smallest Things

You must have heard about some of the great things in the world. But today we will tell you about some of the smallest...
Quaid

Quaid-e-Azam – Who fought the World till death and won Pakistan

Muhammad Zafar Khan Safdar | It was 10:25 pm on Saturday, September 11, 1948, when father of the nation Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah breathed his...
Kashmir

Kashmir: A moment of Truth for the Idealists and Naysayers

The abrupt, unilateral, illegal and militarized attempt by PM Modi’s BJP government to erase Jammu and Kashmir’s identity and end its “special” and “autonomous”...
Kashmir

Rewriting the narrative of Pakistan’s Kashmir lawfare

5th August 2019 will be remembered as the darkest day in Kashmir's history. It will also be remembered as the day when Pakistan's policy...
Kashmir

India’s Constitutional Deception turns Kashmir into a Volcano

Even in times of bonhomie, it has never been easy for Indian journalists to write for Pakistani publications and vice versa. Worry has always...
PTI's

Has There Been Shift In PTI’s Policies: Benefiting Powerful Elite rather than Common Man

Sultan Suleman | Before PTI’s government came into power, we were pretty sure and assumed that top PTI brass and other PTI members were talented...
Afghan

Pakistan Afghan Transit Trade: New Opportunities and Challenges

Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, in his June 2019 meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan requested later to facilitate the implementation of Afghan Transit...

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