Opinion

Importance of Freedom of Expression

Bilawal Ali Lakho " I disapprove what you say but i will defend to the death your right to say it" (VOLTAIRE)According to article 19 of Human right declaration that everyone has right to seek, recieve and impart information through any media without being worried about the consequences. The cheif theorist of freedom of expression was the 19th century british …

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Hike in petroleum price

Sarfraz Soomro On Friday, the PTI government increased the price of petrol by Rs 25.58 per litre; one litre of petrol is currently Rs 100. Previously, the price of petrol was Rs 74.52, but unfortunately, most petrol companies were unwilling to sell it and Pakistan was facing an acute petrol crisis. People were frantically searching for petrol. Moreover, the government …

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The Economist & forecasted US Election 2020

Syed Tahir Rashdi Every presidential election has its unique circumstances but this one is more extraordinary than most, not least in that it is taking place while the world struggles with a pandemic – and the United States is the country worst affected. But even before the crisis began, both Republicans and Democrats saw this as an epochal contest. For …

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5th July, Black Day of history

Muhammad Aslam Awan On 5 th July 1977 General Zia-ul-Haq toppled the democratic Government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, who was the elected and legitimate Prime Minister of Pakistan. Z.A. Bhutto as Prime Minister of Pakistan gave the country a constitution, which was enacted with concerted efforts of all political parties of Pakistan. Zia-ul-Haq ‘in fact’ had violated the sacred constitution …

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COVID-19 and online classes

Sadaf Abbasi The coronavirus is spreading rapidly and the spread started from China. China is the most populated country in the entire globe, but was no match for the virus which has also affected neighboring countries like Thailand, Japan., and even Pakistan. The pandemic is impacting everyone. For families, it has raised anxiety, stress, and tension. Schools, colleges and universities …

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An icon of 4th generation new age resistance

Dr. Waleed Rasool It is evident that 195 states are existing on the map of the globe as independent states and 193 are UN member nations. They all used to be occupied and enslaved by a powerful one in the course of history. Furthermore, it had never happened in contemporary or ancient history that there used to be parity between …

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South China Sea, Turbulent Waters

Eruption of Corona Virus, a deadly pandemic, which has stirred the whole world and created widespread panic amongst every citizen of the globe, irrespective of his territorial progeny, big powers as well as small countries are engaged in their hectic struggle to save their population from the deadly effects of corona virus. The pandemic has played havoc with all countries …

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Al-Qaeda and Osama bin Laden

Raja Furqan Ahmed After the Soviet occupation in Afghanistan, Muslim from all over the world were encouraged by the United State and its allies to come Pakistan and join the Afghan Jihad for the noble religious cause against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR). The Trauma started in 1979 with the invasion of Afghanistan by the USSR. It was …

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Interruption of IMF in Internal Affairs of Have-nots through Loans-II

Shahid Iqbal When New York became the epicentre of the pandemic during the first couple of weeks applications in millions for unemployment stipends were received, more or less was the situation in other developed countries. Some economists were of the view that the pandemic possess all the capabilities of bankrupting even some of the oil rich gulf kingdoms. Luckily, unlike …

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New World Order – Choice for Pakistan

U.K. Dar At the time of independence in 1947, World was divided into two major blocs; One, Capitalist led by the USA, and the other, Communist led by the USSR. Pakistan following the legacy of its colonial ruler, UK, was inclined towards the Capitalist ideology. So, when the USSR invited the then PM Liaqat Ali Khan for the state visit …

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