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Letters to the Editor (July 2018)

Letters to the Editor (July 2018)

Can US and China Coexist ? Yes, their peaceful coexistence, in the future, is quite possible. The current relations between the US and China are stronger than those between the US and the USSR in the past. The US is China’s biggest customer. Such economic interdependence assures their peaceful survival. America’s dependence on Chinese goods with the reasonable prices, and …

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Climate Change

Climate Change

Today’s most daunting challenge Today, the phenomenon of climate change has become one of the most critical global issues, and is soon going to be the biggest challenge faced by the humans. Some of the drivers of climate change include deforestation, infrastructural developments, transmission of increased CO2 emissions, burning of trash, growing number of vehicles and setting up of automobile …

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7 Steps to Achieve Your Dream

7 Steps to Achieve Your Dream

“The secret to change is one step at a time.” —Mark Twain There are two kinds of people in the world: those who accept their life, and those who lead their life. Some people just get up, look at their life and hope something good will happen but the people falling in the second category believe in “I can and …

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SAJID JAVID

SAJID JAVID

By: Parveen Akhtar The son of a Pakistani bus driver who became Britain’s home secretary What links Sajid Javid (Britain’s first Muslim-heritage home secretary), Sadiq Khan (London’s first Muslim mayor), and Sayeeda Warsi (the first Muslim to sit in the British cabinet)? They’re all the children of post-war Pakistani immigrants who came to the UK in the 1960s in search …

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Letters to the Editor (June 2018)

Letters to the Editor (July 2018)

The End of JCPOA Basically, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), widely known as the Iran Nuclear Deal, was signed and ratified between the P5+1 and Iran in 2015. The main purpose of the deal was to limit the size of stockpile of enriched uranium which is used to make nuclear weapons. Interestingly, the deal was named a peaceful agreement …

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Interstitium

Interstitium

The largest organ in the body?  The human body is incredibly complicated, and it’s no surprise that we haven’t cracked every code that makes our fleshy forms run smoothly. Researchers are constantly finding new mechanisms by which our immune systems work, our cells function, and our muscles move. But far less often – if ever – do we hear that …

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Letters to the Editor (May 2018)

Letters to the Editor (July 2018)

Cheating Leads to Nowhere This is sad to say that cheating culture is destroying the young students of Balochistan. We can’t reckon more than 10 percent of the students of Balochistan who can attempt papers without cheating. Unfortunately, the examiners allow the students to do so openly. Amazingly, they support them to cheat by bringing various answers of the questions. …

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STEPHEN HAWKING

STEPHEN HAWKING

The brightest star in the firmament of science “Great men are not born great, they grow great,” thus says Mario Puzo in his world-famous novel ‘The Godfather’. Indeed, Stephen Hawking – a great physicist and author of ‘A Brief History of Time – who passed away on March 14, was a true manifestation of what Mario Puzo calls ‘great men’. …

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Pakistan and the World

Pakistan and the World

By: Engr Najib Wazir A huge fortune always requires greater vigilance, will and power to own it. This exactly is the case with Pakistan that has a stunning geo-strategic position and is also a nuclear weapons state but due to its flawed foreign policy, it has witnessed the dwindling of its leverage in the arena of international affairs and regretfully, …

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Letters to the Editor (April 2018)

Letters to the Editor (July 2018)

Love Marriages Nowadays love marriage is a very common thing in the world and in Pakistan too. Before deciding on love marriage, couples mostly fail to think whether they can stay with their decisions or not. And a result, divorce rate is alarmingly rising. According to a report in 85 percent love marriages in Pakistan end up in separations. After …

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