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March 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Pakistan

By |2020-04-06T23:00:38+05:00March 18th, 2020|Current Affairs, Economic issues, Health and Fitness, International Affairs, Pakistan Affairs|

Note: This article is being updated on an hourly basis. There are more than 3,500 Coronavirus confirmed case in Pakistan. First death due to Coronavirus reported in Gilgit Baltistan. Moreover, now more than 55 persons have died from this deadly epidemic. World Health Organization have declared a health emergency. Death toll in Europe is much higher than in Mainland China. The country where corruption, abuse of power and many other ills are present will have much difficulty to tackle this epidemic. Pakistan is a country where the poor is not give his right. The people in power given most of the health resources and the rest of the people denied. The people in the government is given the salary, however, the private sector is completely locked. This, so-called lockdown is only for labour. Most of the influential people are still enjoying the same lifestyle. In past, it was hoped that [...]

February 2020

Constitution – An Essential Element to Run the State Affairs

By |2020-03-21T13:02:40+05:00February 29th, 2020|Current Affairs, Education, International Affairs, Pakistan Affairs, Political Issues|

Rules are a crucial element to form a healthy community. Each of the states has its own rules for the country or region. These rules are often formed under the influence of religion some of them based on ancient principles which do not even address the issues of the contemporary world. Fortunately, it is not a case for all countries. Islam originated in the 5th century with the arrival of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who come with a Holy book which is called Quran Majeed. The book provides rudimentary knowledge about everything but does not address each of the dimensions completely. Therefore, one needs a set of reference to perform any task such as prayer. Here comes Hadith which tells method and rules to perform a prayer. Unfortunately, the whole of the ummah does not agree on the so-called rules. Sectarianism is the major issue Muslims are facing these days. Even [...]

Colonies in the Twenty-First Century

By |2020-02-02T00:40:58+05:00February 1st, 2020|Current Affairs, International Affairs, Pakistan Affairs|

There are more than two hundred states exists in the world. Some of them are autonomous; however, a few are not. It is the rule of law, all of them has a leader to look of all of the state matters. In the past, different nations were governed directly. However, in this century, this dilemma is changing drastically. Nowadays, states can be governed directly or indirectly which affects the efficiency and effectiveness of a government. One can say, this is the era a neo-colonialism; like Bratin, one does not need to go and build a colony. All of this can be done by affecting foreign policy. There are questions that china is going to make colonies around the globe through the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). It is a massive project of a trillion-dollar. A part of that which link China to the Indian Ocean; the corridor starts from Khunjerab [...]

January 2020

Coronavirus — An Emerging Epidemic in China

By |2020-01-25T00:14:18+05:00January 24th, 2020|Current Affairs, International Affairs|

Coronavirus is categorised into a type of viruses which cause respiratory problems in human beings. This virus discovered in mid of 19th century, however, it wasn’t a problem for humans. In early January 2020, a new type of coronavirus identified in China which later led to dozens of deaths. Initially, it identified in Wuhan where the so-called Coronavirus emerged. Undoubtedly, China has one of the largest population on this planet. These days the nation is facing a severe crisis. More than 800 individuals are infected with this virus. And, the number is still on the rise. No one can tell the severity of the virus. In 2012 a similar type of virus was identified in the Middle East. But, it is too early to predict anything regarding this virus. Wuhan is the home of 110 million people. The government announced lockdown for the city. No one can enter or leave [...]

Qasem Soleimani’s Assassination — A Big Mess in The Middle East

By |2020-01-07T09:44:09+05:00January 6th, 2020|Current Affairs, International Affairs, Political Issues|

The United States of America is the federation that considers him superpower however her most of the fears comes from Muslim states. The President of America believes that Iran is the major threat to the peoples of America. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps GeneralQasem Soleimani assassinated on the command of the President of America Donald Trump. Solamani was the most important person in the Iranian Military. In past, he deals most of the strategic issues particularly the security matters. It is believed by Trump that he was planning terrorist attacks against his nation; even he declared him terrorist. It is believed by many analysts that America made a big mistake by waking a dead lion. Previous leaders also have the same opportunities to do this, years back. However, it will have massive shifts in the strategic positions of the Persian peninsula. Alloy in the Middle East, the king of Saudi [...]

November 2019

Industrial Revolution a Curse or Blessing

By |2019-11-21T18:29:22+05:00November 20th, 2019|Current Affairs, Economic issues, International Affairs, Social Thoughts|

Industrial Revolution made a lot of ease for the human being. The positive effects of the Revolution were already visible, however, the negative impacts are on the rise, since then. The President of the United States also created Superior National Forest to save the beauty of Earth. Since the beginning of the 20th century, many initiatives are on the way to reduce the negative impacts of this so-called Industrial Revolution. The average temperature of Earth is increasing day by day because of the emission of Green House Gases such as Methane and CO2. Many initiatives, conventions and conferences are taking place to overcome this emerging threat; however, it is not the environment works. According to IPCC by the end of this century, the average temperature of the planet will rise 2.5-degree centigrade. The rise in temperature is, directly and indirectly, the threat to the ecosystem of the planet. This will [...]

India is Not a Secular State, How?

By |2019-11-11T21:59:50+05:00November 11th, 2019|International Affairs, Political Issues, Religious Thoughts, Social Thoughts|

India, the home of 1.3 billion peoples; this is the home of many different nations that are living in the Indian sub-continent since before Christ. Now the case is different, the Hindus are making efforts from head to toe to perish the minorities. Many events are gigantic evidence that Hindustan is for Hindus. The Modi tried to perish the innocent Muslims in Kashmir by abrogating the special status of the princely state on August 5th this year. It’s been two and a half months the innocent Kashmiris are barred into Jails and the communication services are jammed. It is the extreme level of humanitarian crisis; the Muslims are the main target of this genocide. Babri Masjid is one of the other favoritisms to the Hindu community. The case dates to 1992 when the Holy place of Muslims was perished by Hindus and many causalities occurred. The case registered into the [...]

October 2019

MBS Made Most Awaited Reforms in Kingdom

By |2019-11-23T19:38:08+05:00October 10th, 2019|International Affairs, Social Thoughts|

Finally, Prince Muhammad Bin Salman (MBS) is on the way to modernise the Kingdom. He allows women to drive, lift the ban on travel for women and dismantle the religious police. After World-War I, the succession for the Arabian empire began. An influential family Al-Saud successfully created a government. In the 1960s, the first time in history, the emperor made a plan to shift the economy from petrochemical state to establish other industries. Therefore, the King made planned to establish Economic Corridors; later on other plans were also made by emperors but, none of them successfully implemented. The wise king, Muhammad Bin Salman, is going to take good care of Kingdom Saudi Arabia. It is the 21st century, to run the state effectively, the king will bring many more reforms in the upcoming years. A few months back, a Bangkok journalist reported a case of a girl Rahfa (her story [...]

September 2019

Imran Khan speech at UNGA

By |2019-11-26T13:03:09+05:00September 30th, 2019|International Affairs, Pakistan Affairs, Political Issues|

On the September  27, 2019, Imran Khan was on seven day long trip. He traveled the way to New York to raise the issue of Kashmir curfew. In fifty minutes long speech, Imran Khan talk about four issues. First Climate Change, second Financial Crisis, third Islamophobia and most importantly Kashmir Issue. Firstly, Pakistan is in the list of top ten countries most affecting from climate change and global warming. However, the share of Pakistan in Green House Gases is minimal. Secondly, Mr. Khan point out financial crisis. The rich are becoming richer and the poor  is getting poorer. Te International organization should take notice and form measures to mitigate this crisis. There are a few radial groups in the world which are the root cause of the most terrorist activities around the globe. Those are not part of any religion. Therefore, Islam should not be criticized for there activities. Islam, [...]

Kashmir: The Most Militarized Zone in the World

By |2019-09-06T16:33:01+05:00September 2nd, 2019|Current Affairs, International Affairs, Pakistan Affairs, Political Issues|

Everyone on this planet has right to live openly; no one should be tortured or killed on the basis on religion, creed or ethnicity. Kashmir, the Haven is in danger under the rule Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). The people of Kashmir are being tortured mentally as well as physically since the creation of Pakistan. After the creation of Pakistan, the region divided into two parts, Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir. In fact, the state should be given to Pakistan, because it is Muslim majority state. In 1947, more than 95 per cent of the people were Muslims; only 5 per cent belongs to other religions. But the ruler was Sikh, the ruler voted to be part of India. Afterwards, Indian forces started to militarize this Valley and the killing of protesters, torture and brutality begins. In recent years the Indian Prime Minster Narendra Modi [...]