How motivational speakers have changed millions of lives?

Motivational speakers can often bring a different perspective, turning ideas on their heads, and presenting them in different ways which can help people see things differently. This can help turn perceived challenges into opportunities or can replace complexity with simpler approaches.

Pakistan’s response to the murder of Palestinian journalist by Israel Defense Forces

A Palestinian American journalist, Shireen Abu Akleh who worked for Al Jazeera was brutally shot in the head by an Israeli sniper on Wednesday morning. She was covering an Israeli military raid in the city of Jenin, in the northern occupied West Bank.

Remapping political structure in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir

The delimitation notification by the commission only indicates upon BJPs manipulative mindset aims at diluting the significance of the Muslim Vote Bank in IOJ&K. It reflects their shortsightedness to only serve their self-interests at any cost.

Russia-Ukraine conflict and it’s consequences

In his exuberance to defeat Russia, Biden as well as European powers have made Ukraine a sacrificial lamb. They are constantly egging on Zolensky to keep fighting till the end and are instilling in him the hope that the victory will be his.

Can Indonesia’s Humanitarian Islam inspire a Hindu nationalist equivalent?

Nahdlatul Ulama advocates reform of what it calls "obsolete" and “problematic” elements of Islamic law, including those that encourage segregation, discrimination, and/or violence towards anyone perceived to be a non-Muslim.

Agriculture dynamics of Pakistan: Issues and recommendations

Agriculture provides food and livelihoods to approximately 68% of the population in rural areas. At the present time, Pakistan's economy is about to be fragile and Pakistan needs to get out of this situation that agriculture is the major contributor to the growth of Pakistan’s economy.

Collective wisdom must prevail to pull the nation out of the crisis

Internal differences among ruling allies, and pressure from PTI, are on the nerves of the Government. PTI’s rallies and public pressure on the Government are growing gradually. Legal and constitutional issues are getting more complicated.

Shahbaz Sharif: A Prime Minister with unparalleled challenges

Life has never been easy for a Pakistani Prime Minister, but none has ever faced the kind of existential challenges from day one as PM Shahbaz Sharif faces. His survival in office will be a miracle, but then miracles do happen in Pakistan – Editor GVS examines!

Regime change coup against Imran Khan, Ukraine War and the BRI

The same policy is evident in Ukraine where the US and its allies funded a color revolution, and Victoria Nuland who was Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs was visibly handing out ‘refreshments’ encouraging the coup.

A Monroe Doctrine for South Asia

According to investigative journalist Steve Coll’s 2009 article in the New Yorker, India, and Pakistan, after intensive track II diplomacy, had very nearly reached an agreement that would have demilitarized Jammu & Kashmir.

Why will elections not diffuse Pakistan’s Political Turmoil?

Editorials, Op-Eds, and TV talk shows are spitting filthy propaganda to smear Imran Khan or anything remotely related to Imran Khan. Attempts were made initially to disqualify him through foreign funding, which somehow has hit some roadblocks for the time being.

Why Imran Khan really matters for Pakistan?

IK significantly increased exports and remittances, to transit to current account surplus in coming years, to render the economy sustainable, and prevent an economic default threatening our survival. Sri Lanka is a good case study of what had to happen if PMLN had continued.