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Future of Uncontrollable Population in Pakistan

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Future of Uncontrollable Population in Pakistan Maryam Ibrahim One of the most dangerous, yet less discussed, problems in Pakistan is overpopulation. From the provision of essential nutritious food to eat, and clean pure water to drink, to the providence of proper healthcare facilities and education and then from tackling unemployment to the urgency of raising the general standards of living, ... Read More »

Winner WTI CSS ESSAY COMPETITION Global Economy is on the Brink of Collapse

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Winner WTI CSS ESSAY COMPETITION Global Economy is on the Brink of Collapse Sajida Razzaq Sorry you have no rights to view this Article/Post! Please Login or Register to view the complete Article Login To get full access EMAIL your username, Subscription Plan and email address at worldtimes07@gmail.com for details or Whatsapp on 0302 555 68 02 SUBSCRIPTION PLANS Rs. ... Read More »

Economic Growth without Distributive Justice Breeds Violence

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Economic Growth without Distributive Justice Breeds Violence Imdad Hussain In a real sense, all life is interrelated. The agony of the poor impoverishes the rich; the betterment of the poor enriches the rich. We are inevitably our brother’s keepers because we are our brother’s brother. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. — Martin Luther King Sorry you have no ... Read More »

Changing Regional and Global Dynamics due to Coronavirus

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Changing Regional and Global Dynamics due to Coronavirus Waqas Zulfikar Sangi Humanity has never before confronted a crisis quite like Covid-19, one that has concurrently challenged both the limits of public health systems everywhere and the ability of countries to work together on a shared challenge of transnational security threats. And while its geopolitical, geo-economic, and geostrategic implications are drastically ... Read More »

In Conversation with Rana Muhammad Dilawar (PSP) 39th in Pakistan, CSS 2018-19

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In Conversation with Rana Muhammad Dilawar (PSP) 39th in Pakistan, CSS 2018-19 Catch line: Only in PSP, you can give immediate relief to the distressed people. Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Rana Muhammad Dilawar (RMD): I got my initial education from Government Emerson College, Multan. Then, I did BA from the ... Read More »

Coronavirus and Refugees Far from home and dodging the pandemic

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Coronavirus and Refugees Far from home and dodging the pandemic Hassaan Bin Zubair “The core principles of refugee protection are being put to test – but people who are forced to flee conflict and persecution should not be denied safety and protection on the pretext, or even as a side effect, of responding to the virus … Securing public health ... Read More »

Revisiting the 18th Amendment Is 7th NFC Award the bone of contention?

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Revisiting the 18th Amendment Is 7th NFC Award the bone of contention? Zafrullah Saroya Advocate After the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan there has been a lot of debate on the 18th Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan. Some federal ministers like Shibli Faraz and Asad Umar flared up the debate by hinting that the government wants to change ... Read More »