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The Lullaby of Tabdeeli & Economic Prosperity

Sahal Manzoor Sheikh The graph of life is not straight. No matter how much we hate it, it is an amalgamation of straight parts, the twists and curves. Economies work in a similar manner. There are times of prosperity with steady economic growth and recessions when this growth contracts. It …

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Indus HIV Saga

Dr. Zeeshan Khan Once Bill Gates said, “AIDS itself is subject to incredible stigma.” The Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly endorsed a new Global Health Sector Strategy on HIV for 2016-2021. The strategy includes 5 strategic directions that guide priority actions by countries and by WHO over the next six years. …

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The Economic hard Stop

Maaz Ahmad Unstable Political circumstances are causing distress to the country’s economy. It seems that hundred days plan which had to make many things happen have gotten a hit back due to the fright of foreign investors in our shaky markets. Till date, foreign exchange reserves of State bank of …

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Save Pakistan from the Oink Effect!

Maaz Ahmad There is a desperate need for restoration of the superiority and authority of government institutions in Pakistan. This is the time when we’ll need to rediscover our cultural and ethical values to save them from being subjugated. We should never compromise on reforms in educational institutions. Morality is running down, judgmental …

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Attributes of a True Leader

By Ayesha Akhtar A TRUE LEADER is a living illustration of his teachings. Only then we can be inspired to learn a true leader’s philosophy when we see that a leader’s personal life exemplifies his philosophy. And if a leader does not stand by his own words, we cannot trust …

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Indian Election Vibes

By Dr. Zeeshan Khan Modi is lucky to be blessed with so weak an opposition led by the Congress, with no agenda other than to defeat him. Even so, doubts assail him, for he must know he has not delivered on the promise of 2014.India’s election is the largest in …

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After Nishwa’s Death – Govt focusing on medical ethics?

By Dr. Zeeshan Khan The Hippocratic Oath requires a new physician to swear, by a number of healing gods, to uphold specific ethical standards. These include the principles of medical confidentiality and non-maleficence. “I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow …

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