Today: Jun 19, 2024

OPINION

1 month ago

Prioritizing Health and Empowerment

By: Saima Hamid In a world where the hustle and bustle of life and responsibilities often overshadows self-care, particularly for women who have multiple roles to play, ‘Women’s Checkup Day’ stands as
4 months ago

A man of Literature, Peace, and Legacy

A tribute to Raja Nazar Boniyari A luminary in the realm of literature, peace advocacy and social activism, Raja Abdul Qayoom Khan, popularly known as ‘Raja Nazar Bonyari’ left for heavenly abode

Can China escape deflation?

By: Zubair Rashid It’s no secret that China and the US have a unique relationship – two of the biggest economies in the world that rely on each other’s success. The recent
10 months ago

The Niger story: Another liberation?

By: Aditya Vashisht The West African state of Niger has witnessed another coup, which has led to the deposition of democratically elected President Mohamed Bazoum, and the establishment of a military junta
10 months ago

THE MISSING HALF

By: Muneeb Afzal/ Liyaqat Nazir The Global Gender Gap report 2021 published by World Economic Forum has remarked that though progress has been made but we are still 135 years away from
11 months ago

Scripting A New Chapter In The Kashmir Story

The leaves of Chinar narrate a tale of national crisis, humanitarian calamity, political impediment, and the eventual restoration of order in Jammu and Kashmir. On August 5, 2019, when Union Home Minister
11 months ago

The Threat to the Queen!

BY: Arif Rashid Mathematics, also referred to as the “queen of the sciences,” is a subject that all people require and discuss. The subject is dominant and pervasive; whether one is building
11 months ago
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