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Higher education: Challenges and opportunities

By Sheikh Abdul Rashid  Pakistan has been hit hard crisis after crisis ever since it came into being almost seven decades ago. Our society has neither been able to overcome its problems nor the state could muster up its resources to use them for public welfare due to myriads of …

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Religion and Economics—I

By Mazhar Farid Chishti Harmonizing moral and spiritual values with the economic ones may bring the peace the whole world needs. Economic science focuses on our material activities, studying how we can get maximum satisfaction through material goods and services. Religion, on the other hand, draws humanity’s attention in the opposite …

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Disaster management to halt chronic devastation in Pakistan—I

By Mahvish Muzaffar Pakistan due to its geographic, geostrategic and geopolitical status is susceptible to man-made catastrophes, furthermore; its seismology, geology and meteorology make it more vulnerable to natural calamities. In lieu of these instances, since inception, Pakistan has massively been encountering natural and man-made disasters. Which are aggravating due …

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DG Khan craving for new universities, sub-campuses!

  When Pakistan was came into being once it was under consideration to make Dera Ghazi Khan –the city situated at the southern Punjab –  the capital of country because of its location. It is located in the country’s center which links all four provinces of Pakistan. Pakistan Atomic refinery …

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Night vision: We can see in the dark!

Humans cannot see in the dark however, some animals can do. The light-sensitive part of our eye is known as the retina which is made of some special types of cells called cones and rods. The cones see coloured light and the rods detect movement and dim light. Our eyes …

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Character and Constitution – By Rehana Sarwar

By Rehana Sarwar Pakistan has had a troubled constitutional history since its very inception as a nation state. Not long after partition from India in 1947, Pakistan was plunged into a Constitutional crisis in 1954 when the Governor General dissolved the Constituent Assembly when he did not agree to the …

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