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America at A Crossroads


America at A Crossroads. Trump’s Absolutism and the Clash of Democracy President Trump embarked on deceitful triumphalism after a fair and free outcome of the 2020 Presidential election. While denying the facts and enlarging the scope of hype, false rhetoric and wickedness to claim a political win utterly divorced from the prevalent facts on America’s ‘We, the People’ landscape. He ... Read More »

Anthropology The study of human culture and society


  Anthropology The study of human culture and society Anthropology was introduced as an optional subject carrying 100 marks through Syllabi for Competitive Examination (CSS) 2016 & Onwards. It is a good subject to be opted for as it covers socio-cultural and biological aspects of man in terms of evolution and variation, is one subject in which aspirants with biology, ... Read More »

An Interview with Prof. Dr. Gul Zaman, Vice Chancellor, University of Malakand


An Interview with  Prof. Dr. Gul Zaman Vice Chancellor, University of Malakand JWT: Please educate our readers on the new Undergraduate Education Policy 2020 announced recently by the Higher Education Commission. Hon. VC: The new Undergraduate Education Policy, 2020, (hereinafter UEP) of the Higher Education Commission (HEC) focuses on revamping the education programmes leading to the BS, Professional Degrees, and ... Read More »

The Hydra-headed Monster of Domestic Violence


The Hydra-headed Monster of Domestic Violence In ‘Red Sugar, No More’, the author Sijdah Hussain advises: “Open your mouth and let the spiders out!” Talking to others and speaking one’s heart out is, indeed, an effective means to resolving the differences, creating awareness, clearing misunderstandings, opening up new avenues, destroying taboos, debunking myths and seeking help. This is the way ... Read More »



Al-Qarawiyyin When thinking of the oldest universities in the world, probably the first ones that come to your mind are Oxford and Bologna, but according to UNESCO and the Guinness World Records, Al-Qarawiyyin University is the “oldest existing, and continually operating educational institution in the world.”Founded in 859 AD by Tunisian-born Fatima al-Fihri in Morocco’s Fez, the university is not ... Read More »

The French Revolution

The French Revolution

The French Revolution was a period of radical social and political disorder in France and Europe. French society underwent massive changes as feudal, aristocratic and religious privileges ceased to exist. The monarchy was abolished, and old ideas about hierarchy and tradition gave in to new Enlightenment principles of citizenship and inalienable rights. The French Revolution changed the world and even ... Read More »