Pakistan's Economic crisis
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Pakistan’s Economic Crisis: Roots and Cause Explained

After the catastrophic economic downfall of Sri Lank, another populous South East Asian country is standing amidst an ever-growing financial turmoil. With the national currency hitting new lows, depleting foreign reserves, and political instability, Pakistan’s economic crisis is worsening with every passing day. So, how bad is the crisis? What is the government doing to Read More…

India's Guld Trade and Ties
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India’s Gulf Trade and Ties: How Hindutva Hatred is Harming India’s Economy?

Mr. Narendra Modi has worked tooth and nail to strengthen India’s Gulf trade and ties, in his six years as prime minister. And for the most part, India’s initiatives have been reciprocated well by their regional counterparts. However, over the past weeks, the world has witnessed immense outrage in the Arab world against India over Read More…

US Supreme Court Overruled Constitutional Guarantee Of Abortion Access In Roe V Wade
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US Supreme Court Overruled Constitutional Guarantee of Abortion Access in Roe v Wade  

In a landmark ruling on June 24th 2022, the US Supreme Court overruled the constitutional guarantee of abortion access in the US in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health by overturning Roe v Wade. Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization Six out of nine Supreme Court justices voted to uphold Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Read More…

Work from home

How does work-from-home sustain workplace development?

Closure of schools and non-essential businesses during COVID-19 pandemic gives an opportunity for more people to work remotely. Under this context, this report will analyse how remote work affected gender-equality at work. If the teleworking environment makes the women fortunate to have a work-life balance, opt for more well-paid jobs and become truly financially independent. Read More…

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Islam in 2075: World’s Largest Religion!?

Did you know that Islam is growing faster than the world’s population and it will become the world’s largest religion by 2075? Religious trends are changing rapidly worldwide with high growth in the followers of specific religions. While Christianity is believed to be the largest religious group for the next three decades, trends show that Read More…

Targeted killings of Kashmiri pandits post abrogation of Article370.
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Kashmiri Pandits Face Targeted Killings

In Indian-administered Kashmir, there has been a rise in the targeted killings of Kashmiri Pandits. Hindu minorities from other states of India living in Kashmir have also been targeted allegedly by militants. The targeted killings have increased after the BJP-led government revoked the special autonomy of the region. The government subsequently changed state-subject laws of Read More…


UK decision to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is black day for press freedom, liberty and democracy

By Khalid Amayreh in Jerusalem 18 June 2022 The UK decision to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States, to stand trial on spurious spying charges is undoubtedly a shameful act of betrayal and perfidy. It is a stab in the back of a man who sought safe haven in the UK, the Read More…

Saudi Arabia Ignites A Golf War Showcasing Greed & Who Prefers Money Over Human Rights
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Saudi Arabia Ignites Golf War Showcasing Who Prefers Money Over Human Rights

LIV Golf invitational Series Coined as “Sportwashing” Saudi Arabia ignites a golf war through their soft power strategy to enhance its international status. Thus, Saudi Arabia is hosting the LIV Golf Invitational Series. This event started in London on June 9th 2022. This golf event meticulously established the tactful method of “sportswashing” to protect the Read More…

India bans jamaat affiliate FAT schools in Kashmir.
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India Bans Falah-e-Aam Trust (FAT) schools in Kashmir

The Indian government in Kashmir has ordered the cessation of academic activities in Falah-e-Aam Trust (FAT) schools. On Tuesday, June 14, the government ordered the sealing of all FAT schools within 15 days of the order. The government has asked the students in these schools to get themselves admitted to the nearby government-run schools. The Read More…