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EDUCATION: IN POST PANDEMIC ERA

By Zeeshan Rustam The first person who is contracted to coronavirus in China was fifty-five years old. This infection was brought out in China in late November 2019 and reached the whole world readily. Like Ebola Virus it has an intensive negative impact on education, economics, politics, and society. According …

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Where we stand?

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf won the election with the highest number of seats in the parliamentary election and elected Imran Khan as prime minister of Pakistan. Khan pledged in his election speech to make economic development and social justice a priority. Targeted law enforcement agencies and religious minority killings by Islamist militants …

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BAD NEWS FOR OUR PLANET

Why methane gas is bad news for the planet? Natural gas was billed as a bridge fuel, but new reporting shows just how dangerous fracking is for our planet By Muhammad Hamza Khan For years, energy companies have claimed that methane gas which is also known as natural gas, obtained …

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Global Warming And Its Effects on Pakistan

Global Warming is the process of increase in earth’s average temperature. Scientists believe that it is the human activity that is driving the temperature up. Since the industrial revolution began factories, mills and cars have burned fossil fuels (oil, petrol ) releasing Carbon dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere. …

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Covid-19 and Educational Institutions

(Shahar Yar Hussain) The COVID-19 pandemic is first and foremost a health crisis. Many countries have decided to shut schools, colleges and universities. Teaching is moving online, on an untested and unprecedented scale. Many assessments have simply been cancelled. Clearly, these barriers won’t only be a short-term problem but may …

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Rise in Covid-19 Cases as well as Carelessness

With an increase in Corona Virus Cases, there is an increase of Panic in Pakistan as well. Taking no precautions and showing very uncaring behaviour about the Coronavirus has now become Routine. People are still unaware of the consequences they may have to face due to their non-serious behaviour. As …

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The Vaccine Hunt

Fear of being infected with COVID 19 (Corona Virus) has reached  its extreme. People are concerned if the World fails to find any Cure then what will happen? , how will life go on with this pandemonium? , if World has the potential to manufacture vaccine then How long it …

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Afghanistan , Political Battle Draws To Close

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his political rival Abdullah Abdullah have reached a power-sharing deal, ending political uncertainty in Afghanistan. According to the agreement, Ashraf Ghani will remain the country’s president, while the two leaders will elect an equal number of their ministers. If the process of negotiations with the …

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