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Afghanistan after 18 Years of US Occupation

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Afghanistan after 18 Years of US Occupation Flawed strategies, ambiguous policies and the way forward Mairaj ul Hamid Nasri The United States has completed its 18 years in Afghanistan. On 07th of October 2001, it attacked this country by launching ‘Operation Enduring Freedom’ here under the umbrella of NATO and backed by UN resolution 1368 with an apparent aim to ... Read More »

Prolonged TV Watching How it impacts your physical and mental health

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Prolonged TV Watching How it impacts your physical and mental health Muhammad Atif Sheikh While a training session on effective communication skills was being conducted, the participants seemed a bit tired. Upon seeing this, the trainer asked them all to stand and raise their arms parallel to the chest. When everyone did that, the trainer held his left elbow in ... Read More »

Influence of Three Waves of Feminism in Pakistan

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Influence of Three Waves of Feminism in Pakistan The history of feminists’ struggle to end discrimination, oppression and marginalisation against women is divided into three waves. They are known as first, second, and third wave of feminism. These waves, although started in Europe, had global impact on the status of women, including those in Pakistan. The first wave of feminism ... Read More »

The Wakhan Corridor Pakistan’s Hidden Gem

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The Wakhan Corridor Pakistan’s Hidden Gem Wasif Farrukh The narrow strip of territory in northeastern Afghanistan that extends to China and separates Tajikistan from Pakistan is known as the Wakhan Corridor. This strip is about 350km (220 mi) long and 13-65 km (8.1-40.4 mi) wide. The Wakhan Corridor was part of the ancient Silk Road — the oldest transit route ... Read More »

In Conversation With Muhammad Awais 18th in Punjab, PMS 2016-17

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In Conversation With Muhammad Awais 18th in Punjab, PMS 2016-17   Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? I did my Matriculation from Govt. High School No.1 Hafizabad, after that I completed my F.Sc and B.Sc from Govt College Hafizabad. Moreover, I got the degree in LLB from Punjab University Lahore.   JWT: ... Read More »

Need to Sustain Paris Pact after US Exit

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Need to Sustain Paris Pact after US Exit  The United States initiated the process of leaving the Paris Agreement, notifying the United Nations, on November 04, of its withdrawal from the landmark climate deal. Under the current rules of the Paris Agreement, the earliest date that the US would be able to exit the accord would be 5 November 2020, ... Read More »

WORLD IN FOCUS(International)

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INTERNATIONAL Oct. 16: Etihad Airways and Air Arabia agreed to jointly set up Abu Dhabi’s first low-cost airline “Air Arabia Abu Dhabi”. Oct. 16: Kenya opened a $1.5 billion Chinese-built railway line linking Nairobi to Naivasha. Oct. 17: Qatar’s government adopted a new minimum wage law that will scrap mandatory exit visas for all workers. Oct. 17: US Vice President ... Read More »

WORLD IN FOCUS(National)

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NATIONAL Oct. 16: The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) was recognised as the “7th most effective regulator” by the World Economic Forum in its ‘Global Competitiveness Report-2019’. Oct. 16: Pakistan and Egypt agreed to work out measures for capturing untapped economic potential and promoting bilateral trade. Oct. 16: With 20.3 percent of its population undernourished, Pakistan ranked 94th ... Read More »

In Conversation with Muhammad Usman (PSP) 38th in Pakistan, CSS 2018-19

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In Conversation with Muhammad Usman (PSP) 38th in Pakistan, CSS 2018-19 Rapid Fire Your inspiration Haq Nawaz Khan (My Father) Attempts 03 Qualification MBA, LLB Alma mater(s) University of Central Punjab, Lahore Schooling medium Urdu Your study schedule 8-10 hours a day Your sources Crash courses on YouTube, recommended books and research papers. Institute you joined World Times Institute Group ... Read More »