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April 2019

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National & International MCQs (Feb-March 2019)

MCQs

National 1. Akhtar Hussain Langove of ______ is the current chairman of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in Balochistan provincial assembly. (a) BNP-M                 (b) BAP (c) JUI-F                       (d) PTI 2. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman arrived in Islamabad on his first official ... Read More »

World in Focus (Feb-March 2019)

World in Focus (Feb-March 2019)

National Feb 16: Sarah Mahboob easily won the SN Ladies National Tennis, beating Sara Mansoor in final. Feb 16: Members of the Balochistan Assembly unanimously nominated Akhtar Hussain Langove of the Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M) as chairman of the provincial Public Accounts Committee (PAC). Feb 17: In the aftermath of the Pulwama incident, India raised the customs duty to 200% ... Read More »

Obituary Prof. Stanley Wolpert

Obituary Prof. Stanley Wolpert

By: Manzoor Qureshi A dedicated teacher, a renowned historian and a prolific author Renowned American historian of South Asia and an excellent biographer of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Prof. Stanley Wolpert passed away on February 19. In his long career as an author, teacher and political commentator, Prof. Wolpert published 15 books, including four novels, but the one that made ... Read More »

BETTE DAM’S

BETTE DAM'S

‘Searching For the Enemy’ The startling revelation that the Taliban’s founder Amir and its supremo, Mullah Mohammad Omar, had lived and died in Afghanistan’s Zabul province – not in Pakistan as international media has relentlessly propagated – has created many ambiguities, and has also put a big question mark against the performance of many international agencies focusing on Afghanistan during ... Read More »

The Art of Parenting

The Art of Parenting

By: Laiba Muhammad Aamir Before 17th century, the society was almost completely patriarchal. It was way too simple. Homes would be run only by male members while the female members performed only the job of obedience. Since then, a lot of advancement came and the simple society gradually became a complex one. Freedom became the most prominent shout-out of this era ... Read More »

LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT IN THE CORRIDORS OF WORSHIP PLACES

LET THERE BE MORE LIGHT IN THE CORRIDORS OF WORSHIP PLACES

 Cordial interreligion relations create strong ties The contemporary world is in the throes of violence. All around the world, people are being killed, terrorized and threatened in the name of religion. The religious shysters and war-mongers have spread hatred to such an extent that even very roots of peace in society have been shaken. Sectarian violence and intolerance have also ... Read More »

Indian Elections 2019

Indian Elections 2019

Everything about Indian general elections is colossal The world’s biggest democracy is going to hold what is likely to be one of the world’s costliest elections. India’s six-week-long vote will span the Himalayan range in the north, the Indian Ocean in the south, the Thar desert in the west and the mangroves of the Sundarbans in the east. This time ... Read More »

The Growing Problem of SMARTPHONE ADDICTION

The Growing Problem of SMARTPHONE ADDICTION

By: Zafarullah Saroya Put down your mobile phone, please? Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, career or economic status, technology is overtaking our daily lives with every passing day. Phones, computers, tablets and other high tech devices have become not just an object, but for many a best friend. We rely on it to do everything from checking bank balances to ... Read More »

DEMOCRACY & ILLITERACY CAN’T MOVE TOGETHER

DEMOCRACY & ILLITERACY CAN'T MOVE TOGETHER

OUTLINE 1. Introduction 2. An overview of human political evolution 3. Democracy and its principles 4. Facts which prove that democracy and illiteracy can’t move together 5. Factors responsible for the prevalence of illiteracy 6. Recommendations for the eradication of illiteracy 7. Conclusion Democracy, owing to its fruits and dividends, wields a distinguished and unique position among all the different ... Read More »

The 4th Caliph of Islam Hazrat Ali (RA)

The 4th Caliph of Islam Hazrat Ali (RA)

Regarded as the first young man to ever convert to Islam, Hazrat Ali ibn Abu Talib (RA) is revered by Muslims as a man who fought for Islam in nearly all battles during Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) lifetime, earning the title ‘Lion of Allah.’ Hazrat Ali (RA) served Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in many ways, including scripting his letters and the revelations ... Read More »