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Five Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World.

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Five Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World. A year that was largely defined by the Covid-19 pandemic finally ended, but challenges still lie ahead for the global community to deal with. During this year, after fighting with the first wave of coronavirus pandemic Covid-19, we entered the second phase of it. Covid-19 vaccines—some using innovative mRNA techniques, and developed by international ... Read More »

Nadeem Baloch (PAS) 6th in Pakistan 1st in Sindh Rural CSS 2019-20

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Nadeem Baloch (PAS) 6th in Pakistan 1st in Sindh Rural CSS 2019-20 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Nadeem Baloch (NB): I did my intermediate from Saint Bonaventure’s High School, Hyderabad. For graduation, I joined Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, from where I earned a BSBA degree.   JWT: Since you have been allocated ... Read More »

Corruption or Democracy No Other Way Out

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Corruption or Democracy No Other Way Out Corruption and democracy are directly linked with each other, in a way that one’s existence causes death of the other. Democracy, which reflects the will of the people, cannot compromise on corruption which is against the will of the people. “For Aristotle, democracy was a vicious form of government, in which many used ... Read More »

CONSTITUTION ESSENTIALS

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CONSTITUTION ESSENTIALS. Maurice Sunkin opines that defining constitution attracts variants. This way of going about constitution comfortably concedes to academic disagreement and emphatically encourages adaptation to opinion diversification. But it does not help to know what it entails; for example, it does not tell whether it simply means any set of rules or set of constitutional rules or something else. ... Read More »