Usman Ahmad

All Hail the Champs, Pakistan lift the ICC Champions Trophy 2017

In a match in which it entered as the decided underdog against the tournament favourites, in a tournament it entered as the lowest ranked team that had struggled to secure qualification for it, the Pakistan cricket team has done the unthinkable and lifted the International Cricket Council’s Champions’ trophy – that too against its arch rival India. It was against …

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Requiem for a true champion MUHAMMAD ALI the greatest, Floated like a butterfly, stung like a bee

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali, the heavyweight boxing champion whose brash yet playful public persona, innovative fighting style and outspoken political stances made him one of the most widely recognized and admired Americans in the world, died on June 3, 2016, at the age of 74. The cause of death was complications from Parkinson’s disease, which he suffered from for more than 30 …

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ZIKA | The Latest Public Health Emergency

Zika Virus

Introduction Zika virus is an emerging mosquito-borne virus that was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in rhesus monkeys through a monitoring network of sylvatic yellow fever. It was subsequently identified in humans in 1952 in Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania. Outbreaks of Zika virus disease have been recorded in Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. Signs …

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Labour Welfare – The Key to a Prosperous Pakistan

Every year, May 1st is celebrated as Labour Day all over the world. On this day, like other countries of the world all government and private organisations, educational institutions and markets in Pakistan too remain closed. Different political and labour organisations‚ particularly the labour wings of political parties and professional bodies organise programmes to highlight significance of the day and …

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Flying Cars Now a Reality

In terms of automobile configuration, it fits to a standard parking space, its engine enables it to tank at any gas station, it is fully accustomed to road traffic and as a plane it could both take off and land at any airport in the world. A scene from your favourite sci-fi film may now be possible with AeroMobil, a …

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Tornadoes: The Science Behind the Destruction

How tornadoes form and how they die is not fully understood, yet scientists probing those mysteries’ and aiming to improve warning systems’ have pinpointed key risk factors. A tornado, or twister, is a violently rotating column of air that extends between the Earth’s surface and a cloud, usually a cumulonimbus cloud. Most tornadoes last for less than ten minutes. Large …

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Nations & States

In politics, individuals normally act in connection with social groupings. The political world has been divided in terms of ‘we versus ‘they’, the latter being referred to as barbarians, outsiders or more often, ‘the ‘enemy’. Most of us belong to groups which reflect our work, political views, religious beliefs and life styles. But there is one group that pervades all …

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