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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 [...]

Basant — A harmonic Festival

By |2020-02-13T15:17:47+05:00February 8th, 2020|Current Affairs, Entertainment, Pakistan Affairs, Social Thoughts|

Basant is the event of harmony. Some of the people believe that some of them that all of the people Basant is the festival that is being held since ancient times. This festival is held without the boundaries of race, religion or gender. Everyone participating in the event without racial discrimination. However, due to the use of dangerous material, this often brings causalities, such as serious injuries or even death. Moreover, people mostly fly kites over the rooftops rather than open grounds, sometimes this also result in a serious problem. The use of glass in the preparation of strings is very dangerous. Last year, a man was died because of a glass quoted-string crossed his throat. Therefore, cotton strings are recommended and these should be used. As Imran Khan, a cricketer turned politician, himself enjoying Basant a few years back. https://www.instagram.com/p/BrkLFReHqUm/?utm_source=ig_embed   The government should ban the illegal creation of [...]

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

Polio — An Unaddressed Epidemic in Pakistan

By |2020-01-13T21:38:09+05:00January 13th, 2020|Current Affairs, Pakistan Affairs|

Polio is the worst epidemic which is rising in Pakistan. In past, by the effort of governments and with the of foreign NGO's. Pakistan was successful to eliminate this epidemic. However, it is still prevalent in different parts of the country. Lack of vaccination among backward area is making it severe. There are a few regions where the vaccine wasn’t available. Unfortunately, negligence of the medical staff which leads to the supply of expired vaccines to the country. Therefore, many children suffered acutely; a few remained in hospitals for several days. After this issue, the parents in KPK refused for the vaccine. It was a time when Pakistan offered its services to other nations to tackle the epidemic such as malaria. However, nowadays Pakistan is in the dire need of help to face this crippling epidemic. Since the 2018 election, the government reduced the budget for health. In the world, [...]

December 2019

December 16 – The Darkest Day in the History of Pakistan

By |2019-12-16T22:40:04+05:00December 16th, 2019|Current Affairs, Pakistan Affairs, Political Issues|

God made all of the days equally important; except the only event makes distinguish among them. Pakistan is one of the countries which emerged on the basis of ideology. She has two wings East Pakistan and West Pakistan. However, Pakistan lost her East wing on an unfortunate event. December 16, is the darkest day in the history of Pakistan. She lost her East Wing on the same day 1971, and, the same day 2014 Pakistan lost 140 precious innocent lives. It is an unforgettable day in the history of Pakistan. There are many factors behind this tragic day. Pakistan lost its wing because of lack of political harmony, enemy between the wings of the country and hundreds of the miles between the wings. Furthermore, the lack of population support to the Pak Army. As a wise many said, "none of the war can be won without the support of the [...]

HBL Is The Worst Bank In Pakistan

By |2019-12-13T19:30:00+05:00December 11th, 2019|Current Affairs, Economic issues, Pakistan Affairs|

Habib Bank Limited (HBL) is one of the oldest banks in Pakistan. However, it is the bank with the worst customer support, the poor security and faulty systems. HBL has a monopoly of having many branches around the state. Therefore, people do not have any other option except this so-called - HBL. Once in a while, people share their stories of being victims of a security breach in HBL poor systems. Around two years ago, 10 million rupees were stolen through HBL ATM's poor security. People often complain about the poor performance of the system overall. A friend of mine told me, he was also the victim of this poor service. Naseer, my friend made a transaction through ATM Withdrawl. He didn't get money but, the bank says the transaction is successful. Further, it takes two and a half months to resolve the matter. A few days ago, I made [...]

The Division of Indian Sub-Continent

By |2019-12-04T19:26:28+05:00December 4th, 2019|Pakistan Affairs|

The division of the Indian Sub-continent is one the difficult process for most of South Asia. Thousands of people lost their lives in this so-called Partition. However, in this partition around 20 million people from long term oppression by getting a separate homeland. Initially, it was Pakistan only but now Bangladesh. Overall, the partition was in the favour of Muslims, so that they can follow the preaching of Islam and Muhammad (PBUH) without any fear. The ones who chose to live in India are still suffering from Indian Oppression, in spite of the fact. It is estimated that around a million people lost their lives in this mass migration. And many more suffered financial losses in this mass migration. Many people left their assets and belongings. The governments promised to make financial compensations. Many projects have launched both sides of the border for the allotment of land. But nothing can [...]

November 2019

Student Activism is on The Rise in Pakistan

By |2019-11-30T19:25:55+05:00November 29th, 2019|Current Affairs, Pakistan Affairs, Political Issues, Social Thoughts|

Students of Pakistan shows a peaceful protest in the 50 cities around Pakistan to lift the ban on student unions and rights of the students. Lawyers and other unions part take in this show. Students play a crucial role in forming the direction of the future of any nation or state. However, if students do not part take in any sort of social activities; then, in which direction students will go. Student unions are the core in the Indian Sub-Continent who make it possible that we can breathe in the open air. However, if students do not play a vital role; then we would be suffering the same oppression as Kashmiris. The Student Solidarity March takes place in Lahore, Friday, Nov 29, 2019, from Nasir Bagh to Charring Cross. The students participate in March who belong to different institutes. There is a dire need to address the issues the students [...]

How eRozgaar is Bringing Prosperity to Thousands?

By |2019-12-05T12:32:56+05:00November 25th, 2019|Economic issues, Freelancing, Online Earning, Pakistan Affairs, Social Thoughts, Technology|

eRozgaar is playing a vital role to eliminate poverty across Punjab Province. eRozgaar is initiative of PITB which is working under the banner of the Punjab Government. It is one of the successful programs of the provincial government. It is estimated that they have trained more than fifteen thousand candidates. The Programm is one of the successful programs of the Board. The main objective of the program is to polish the skills of unemployed youth; make them aware of the ways of online jobs. Many guys are earning handsome amount of money with little headache. In November, this year, there was an interaction with one of the teams of eRozgaar in Lahore in the premises of UET. According to the attendees, the course is informative, well structured; and the staff is cooperative. Twice a year, all the universities across Punjab export hundreds of thousands of youth with many certificates having [...]

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