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what MACRON WANTS?

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what MACRON WANTS? Once again, the Muslim world has been deeply saddened and enraged by the heart-wrenching comments of French president Emmanuel Macron about Islam and its adherents. His remarks are the vivid depiction of his prejudice and bias towards more than a billion peace-loving Muslims of the world. He, by passing such anti-Islam rant, rather than uniting his people, ... Read More »

Quaid’s Sublime Vision for Pakistan

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Quaid’s Sublime Vision for Pakistan  “We are a nation with our own distinctive culture and civilization, language and literature, art and architecture, names and nomenclature, sense of values and proportion, legal laws and moral code, customs and calendar, history and tradition, aptitudes and ambitions; in short, we have our distinctive outlook on life and of life. By all canons of ... Read More »

Power Politics in Indian Ocean.

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Power Politics in Indian Ocean. Global politics will always retain its relevance and global powers are always in search for a platform to vie. Indian Ocean has become such a platform for the global leadership. Global shift from geo-politics to geo-economics and use of sea lanes for global trade and energy transportation have rendered the importance of ports and seas ... Read More »

In Conversation with Muhammad Zahid Iqbal 27th in Punjab, PMS 2019-20

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In Conversation with Muhammad Zahid Iqbal 27th in Punjab, PMS 2019-20   Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Muhammad Zahid Iqbal (MZI): I hail from Mian Channu. I completed my studies till intermediate from my hometown. Later on, I got admission to Forman Christian College University, Lahore and did BS (Hons.) in ... Read More »

PERCENTAGE

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Islamic Concept of War and ISLAMOPHOBIA

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Islamic Concept of War and ISLAMOPHOBIA Islam being a religion of peace provides a complete code of life, covering both individual and collective aspects of human life under the sovereignty of Allah Almighty; the most Compassionate. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) was also sent as a mercy for all the creatures (Surah al-Anbia:107). Then, how can it be possible that ... Read More »

Foreign Policy

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Foreign Policy Foreign policies are, in most cases, designed through coalitions of domestic and international actors and groups. When analyzing the head of government, or in other words, the executor of foreign policies, many motivating factors can be identified to explain the rationale behind decisions taken. Some factors of influence include the leader’s own personality and cognition, degree of rationality, ... Read More »

In Conversation with Muhammad Shareef (PSP) 26th in Pakistan 2nd in Sindh Rural, CSS 2019-20

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In Conversation with Muhammad Shareef (PSP) 26th in Pakistan 2nd in Sindh Rural, CSS 2019-20 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Muhammad Shareef (MS): My educational journey started at Sohail Public School, Mahesar Wada. After winning a 5-year scholarship at Cadet College, Larkana, I qualified FSc (Pre-engineering). For graduation, I joined GC ... Read More »

Revitalizing the Agriculture Sector of Pakistan

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Revitalizing the Agriculture Sector of Pakistan Despite being neglected over the decades, the agriculture sector remains the backbone of Pakistan’s economy. It is still the largest sector of the economy of Pakistan in terms of labour participation, and as such livelihood of the majority of the population directly or indirectly depends on it. This sector employs approximately 40% of the ... Read More »