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2017

President Trump’s First 100 Days , Enter the Twilight Zone

President Trump First 100 Days

Ending regulations on shale energy and coal, signalling the country’s intention to exit the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and targeting cyber-attacks, these are the issues that top the list of Donald Trump’s plans for his first 100 days in the Oval Office. In a YouTube video, Mr Trump discussed how he intends to address trade, energy, regulation, national security, immigration ... Read More »

Europe, Russia & Globalization

Europe, Russia & Globalization

The WEST should become the North, with RUSSIA as an essential part The “West,” as we have known it, is dying before our eyes. The liberal institutional, economic and intellectual carapace which (under both “right-wing” and “left-wing” governments) has enclosed and restricted Western thought since the end of the Cold War is now disintegrating. It has been corroded by a ... Read More »

Airlines for 2017, The Winners of Airline Excellence Awards

Top 5 Airlines for 2017

Today, the world has become a small place, thanks to the ease with which one can travel from one part of the globe to the other. As such, it is important to acknowledge and reward excellence in the Airline industry which is the backbone of tourism around the world. Global airline agency AirlineRatings.com recently announced its Airline Excellence awards for ... Read More »

Letters to the Editor (January 2017)

Letter to the editor

An Admirable Step In our educational system, students, unfortunately, are trained only for getting good grades in exam; they are not encouraged to participate in co- and extracurricular activities. Our students prefer to work hard, not smart, and that’s why we are not able to compete at international level. To overcome this problem, Mehran University of Engineering and Technology Shaheed ... Read More »

THE YEAR THAT WAS (Editorial – January 2017)

Trump's Afghanistan Gambit (Editorial September 2017)

The year 2016 will go down in history as one of momentous changes for Pakistan. It was during this year that the policies adopted by the incumbent government started bearing fruit. On the internal front, a drastic fall in the incidents of terrorism, restoration of peace in Karachi—the financial hub of Pakistan—largely back-to-normal situation in Balochistan, great strides in terms ... Read More »