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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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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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Women’s day lessons

By Dr. Zeeshan Khan Gloria Steinem, world-renowned feminist, journalist and activist once explained “The story of women’s struggle for equality belongs to no single feminist nor to any one organization but to the collective efforts of all who care about humankind. International Women’s Day is all about unity, celebration, reflection, …

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Blasphemy and exploitation of religious extremism

By Dr. Zeeshan Khan It’s very regretful to pass unjust comments regarding Supreme Court (SC) of Pakistan’s judgement about Asia Bibi case without getting into the details of the matter. I being a true Muslim cannot bear the disrespect of Our Holy Prophet/an act of blasphemy but is it right …

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tussle with drug act 2017

The Punjab Assembly had passed the Drug Act 1976 on February 8, 2017 according to which the sale of medical drugs which are below the acceptable standards will be punishable by imprisonment ranging from 6 months to 5 years and also a fine of Rs 1 to 5 million. It …

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New PM And Democratic Evolution

Democracy failed exceptionally quickly after independence because Pakistan possessed a weak and fragmented political party that was unable to resolve key governing conflicts. In the wake of intensifying political instability, the civilian bureaucracy and military assumed governing power in 1958. Since its independence, Pakistan’s democratic system has fluctuated between civilian …

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