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Warmongering in the Shadow of Nukes

Warmongering in the Shadow of Nukes

India, Pakistan and the regional security Tensions between Pakistan and India started boiling up in the wake of the fateful Pulwama incident of 14 February. Without doing the direly-needed introspection on the policies and heavy-handedness of the RSS-backed Modi regime that leads the Kashmiri youths to giving such an extreme reaction, Indian authorities have again chanted the same old mantra: ... Read More »

A Critical Appraisal of the CE-2019 Examination

A Critical Appraisal of the CE-2019 Examination

Aims and Objectives The purpose of this White Paper is to analyze as objectively and dispassionately as possible, the papers set by the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) for Competitive Examination 2019, in the light of the syllabus published by the FPSC on its website. The basic assumptions in this regard are: 1. that the purpose of the syllabus is ... Read More »

Technology, Globalization and the Good Jobs Challenge

Technology, Globalization and the Good Jobs Challenge

By: Dr. Safdar Today, job numbers are considered a crude barometer of economic health. For workers under pressure from changing technology and globalization, a new measure is required, based on job quality as much as job quantity. Most governments around the world are nowadays laying a relentless focus on getting more people into work that is also of good quality ... Read More »

The 3rd Caliph of Islam Hazrat Usman-e-Ghani (RA)

The 3rd Caliph of Islam Hazrat Usman-e-Ghani (RA)

The cousin and twice son-in-law to Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Hazrat Usman ibn Affan (RA), was the third caliph of Islam. As per the traditions, his (RA) mother Umm Hakim bint Abdul-Muttalib was the twin sister of Abdullah ibn Abdul-Muttalib, the father of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), making him the prophet’s (PBUH) second cousin. He (RA) was also known as ... Read More »

Developments in Afghan Peace Process

Afghan Peace Process

Moscow Format, Regional Consensus and the Way Forward The Afghan Peace Process is moving ahead with a number of initiatives and processes started by different countries having their own perspectives on peacemaking. Apart from many sessions held between Taliban and the United States to negotiate for peace in Afghanistan – in Abu Dhabi and Doha – regional states are striving ... Read More »

FULBRIGHT STUDENT PROGRAM 2020

FULBRIGHT STUDENT PROGRAM 2020

By: Muhammad Bilal Butt With thousands of accredited colleges and universities in the United States, how do you find the one that is right for you? Despite tonnes of information online and numerous educational consultancies in Pakistan, students end up, sometimes, going to a wrong place. Either the institutions aren’t reputable enough, or there are visa issues, or simply the ... Read More »

China’s Internment Camps

China's Internment Camps

By: Abdul Rasool Syed The so-called re-education camps for Uighur Muslims What’s happening in China under the guise of re-education of the Uighur Muslims is quite shameful. It seems that China, like the West, is suffering from paranoia against the Muslims. Islamophobia is mounting unprecedentedly with each passing day in Chinese society. It is quite evident in policy of the ... Read More »

CSS 2019 Solved Paper English (Précis & Composition)

CSS-2019 English Précis and Composition Paper

Q 2: Précis Dealing with Children The author says that educationists wrongly prefer not to interfere with children whereas they should enjoy their company. If one likes children the way one likes one’s pets, they will be more responsive without complaining much. If one tries to create in them a social sense and has in mind some future expectations of ... Read More »