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The Strength of Human Rights Education

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The Strength of Human Rights Education Ghufran Wakeel The violations of human rights have always been the fate of a majority of Pakistanis. Although such violations are exposed at a larger scale by the print and electronic media, yet there is no let-up in them. Today, a little development to protect and promote the rights of Pakistanis is undoubtedly indebted ... Read More »

Paul A. Volcker The Fed chairman who believed ‘no pain, no gain’

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Paul A. Volcker The Fed chairman who believed ‘no pain, no gain’ Paul A. Volcker, who defeated runaway inflation as Federal Reserve chairman in the 1980s, establishing the importance to the economy of an independent central bank, and whose “Volcker Rule” became a controversial element of post-crisis banking regulation in the Obama administration, died On December 08, at 92 years ... Read More »

The ideas of Immanuel Kant The foremost thinker of the Enlightenment

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The ideas of Immanuel Kant The foremost thinker of the Enlightenment Magazine Desk Born in 1724 in the Prussian town of Königsberg (now Kaliningrad, Russia), Immanuel Kant had a strict education and traditional Protestant upbringing. At 16, he enrolled at university to study philosophy. After a time working as a tutor and lecturer, in 1770 Kant was appointed Professor of ... Read More »

World’s 20 Most Beautiful Airports World

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World’s 20 Most Beautiful Airports World Going to the airport is not exactly considered a joyful experience. But sometimes the facilities can make air travel slog feel a bit nicer. Many airports across the globe boast striking architecture, beautiful art, luxury shopping, and even special amenities such as zen gardens, spas and movie theatres. Here are 22 beautiful airports around ... Read More »

Prof. Dr Ashraf Shaheen Qaisrani

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An Interview with Prof. Dr Ashraf Shaheen Qaisrani Former Head, Islamic Studies Department, University of Balochistan Muhammad Atif Sheikh Intro Prof. Dr Ashraf Shaheen Qaisrani is popular among intellectual circles of Balochistan. He has remained head of the Islamic Studies department at the University of Balochistan and also the head of its Seerat Chair and retired in 2012 from the ... Read More »

A Road to Self-Connection

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A Road to Self-Connection Laiba MuhammadAamir In today’s world, where science and technology are conquering every small aspect of life, and people are running after material success, the connection of a person to his/her soul is completely broken. We have already surpassed the past ages in the field of material development but the bridge to one’s soul will hardly be ... Read More »

The end of neoliberalism and the rebirth of history

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The end of neoliberalism and the rebirth of history At the end of the Cold War, political scientist Francis Fukuyama wrote a celebrated essay called “The End of History?” Communism’s collapse, he argued, would clear the last obstacle separating the entire world from its destiny of liberal democracy and market economies. Many people agreed. Today, as we face a retreat ... 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 »