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Environment in Pakistan: Overview and Analysis

Karachi rainfalls, Lahore’s smog, and melting Himalayas are just some of the examples of climate change in Pakistan. Pakistan has a minute contribution to total global greenhouse gas (GHG) emission,…

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Art & Culture, Pakistaniyyat

The handicrafts of Sillanwali

While Pakistan may be a fairly young country, its art, culture, and architecture have gone through centuries of weaving, knitting, painting, and carvings to stand on the level they are…

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Kashmir

Hindutva and the Kashmir Crisis

Hindutva and the Kashmir Crisis Since the revoking of Kashmir’s autonomy, the Muslim Majority Kashmir state has been in a state of non-existence. The internet was shut down, landlines were…

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Social Issues

Medical Malpractice in Pakistan

There is perhaps, no greater paradox than the healthcare system of Pakistan. Very few professions garner the amount of adoration and blind trust as those in Pakistan’s hospitals while also…

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Art & Culture

Pakistani Cinema and How it Evolved

If someday, while sitting in your cozy lounge with your parents, you ask them about Syed Noor, Sangeeta, Mustafa Qureshi, or Zeba, you might hear praises and lauds about the…

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News, Politics

Biden vs. Trump: US elections 2020

No other democracy in the world elects its President as the United States does. You do not need a majority vote or ‘the popular vote’ to win as seen in…

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Kashmir

The demise of democracy predicted in Kashmir

What seemed like a democracy back in the 1970s has now resulted in a small-scale civil war by the end of the 1980s. Since then, there are numerous assassinations, abductions,…

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Social Issues

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR PREVALENT IN TEENAGERS

Antisocial personality disorder; A war with yourself Antisocial behavior simply put is a disruptive behavior where alarm and distress is caused. Disregard for others as well as one’s own self….

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Social Issues

The reality of despair

Trigger warning: Suicide If you’re reading this and feel helpless, I want you to remember that reaching out is always better than not feeling worthy enough to live. You are…

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News

Tech innovation race of US and China

The spread of U.S.-China rivalry into the technology sector has threatened the way innovation operates. The U.S.-China hybrid cold war is spreading immensely. There has been a consistent movement of…

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Social Issues

A NEW DAWN OF TRANSGENDER RIGHTS

The word ‘Transgender” has always had a great stigma surrounding it. However, this was not always the case. For centuries Transgenders kept a position of great power in the courts…

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Art & Culture

Tariq Aziz – The end of an era

“Lagta hai waqt tham gaya hai. Rawan dawan zindagi ruk gai hai. Kayi dinon se bistar per laitay laitay soch raha hun ke azaadana harkat bhi Maalik ki kitni bari…

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Pakistan’s economic overview amidst COVID-19

Aside from various transnational and domestic issues that have prevailed in Pakistan, COVID-19 has posed a new challenge for the country’s developing economy. The outbreak of corona virus can be…

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Social Issues

Literacy and Economic Growth

Literacy is the potential to read. Whereas, the sum of literate individuals in a given age classification, demonstrated as a percentage of the entire population in that age group is…

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Social Issues

The Reality of Child Labour in Pakistan

In preindustrial economies, child labour was an intrinsic part of the society primarily because the welfare and the productivity of the community was dependent on it. At the time the…

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Kashmir, News

Kashmir; The Land Stricken By Terror

Kashmir, the home of 12.55 million Kashmiris has been the center of oppression even before 1947. The region has a Muslim majority, 61% of the population (2019); but despite the…

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Social Issues

A World Without Water

2020 has been a challenging year for everybody so far as it brought changes to the world that none of us had ever imagined. Life is changing daily and these…

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News, Opinion

Why is Yemen at war?

Unlawful detentions, forceful disappearances, and torturing detainees continue in Yemen for the fifth year as well. Yemen, one of the poorest countries of the Arab world is facing a civil…

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News, Opinion

The CoronaVirus – An Alternate Perspective

The CoronaVirus outbreak in China has been popularly attributed to the consumption of bat meat, however uncertainty regarding the epidemic’s exact origins has culminated suspicion and certain conspiracies exist as…

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No GDP growth and still in debt but there’s hope

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) stated that Pakistan real GDP growth stands at 2.4 percent and Inflation at 13 percent. Moreover, another report states that Pakistan’s public debt may surge…

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Art & Culture

An oasis of brotherhood in Hindustan

In this day and age, people get discriminated every day for their choice of religion, values, morals, culture and ethnicity. This has been eminent in different societies for decades, but…

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Afghanistan, US and the future

What lies between the US putting an end to the peace talks and Taliban finding a new ally in Russia? American President Donald Trump cancelled Afghan Talks on 8th September….

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Kashmir – A Strategic Location

The area of Jammu and Kashmir has been disputed between India and Pakistan since they gained independence from the British in 1947. Since then, several wars have been fought between…

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Why it’s high time for the world to act?

14 days have passed since the Indian government abolished article 370 and 35A, depriving the people of Jammu and Kashmir of their autonomous status. Subsequently, there has been a massive…

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The United Nations and the Valley Drenched in Blood

For a case as destructive and long-running as the Kashmir conflict, the United Nations inevitably comes into play as the authoritative entity responsible for the peace process that India and…

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Heaven Under Siege

Harbouring a lifelong ambition to recreate a greater Hindustan that surpasses current borders and rules with might and will as a global power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a bid…

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Politics

What Next?

In the wake of Narendra Modi’s Landslide Victory to secure a second term as Indian Premier, what can Pakistan expect as it once again signals for peace in the region?…

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Cyclone Idai Africa’s Bane

Mozambique As the water level retreats hundreds of villagers work together to salvage whoever and whatever they can from areas which were submerged  up to 4 meters deep. The tropical…

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Pakistan to Fence Another Border??

Pakistan is going to fence its border with neighboring country Iran to insure proper regulation of the border. Lt. Gen. Asim Saleem Bajwa commander of the army’s southern corps, which…

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Let’s March to victory

23rd March Parade, A Parade designed to show the achievement of a Major Milestone in the fight for the freedom of Muslims of the subcontinent. But this year’s parade will…

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Still no Evidence ,Modi Ji??

As the smoke clears following the Indo-Pakistani confrontation Modi ji’s government is still unable to present evidence of what the Indian government claimed to be an air STRIKE which in…

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Rocket Man’s Mission Accomplished.

Kim Jong-un (Rocket Man) never fails to surprise us. After fervently pursuing better and better nuclear prowess even in the face of severe international pressure last year, he’s suddenly decided…

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The Arab Spring a Successful Failure.

The great Arab awakening! The revolution that was destined to restore democracy, freedom of speech, human rights. To put an end to poverty, to discrimination and to the repressive, brutal…

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What the Future Might Hold for Drones?

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) has become a very important part of warfare in the modern times. Modern day militaries rely on UAVs to get accurate and real-time intelligence coverage of…

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Privatization of Afghanistan’s Security?

The Trump administration maybe contemplating the handing over of security matters of Afghanistan to private security companies. The change of regime in the United States has provided a renewed view…

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Trump rolling back Obama’s Legacy

Only 8 months after holding office, the world watched as President Trump completely bulldozed his predecessor, Obama’s legacy. Its common for President’s to take a new course, but rarely has…

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The weapon known as terrorism

How terrorism is being used as a weapon in unconventional warfare by two or more powers to peruse their national interests Though the term ‘terrorism’ is generally explained as an…

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