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Budget 2016-2017 The Business As Usual

In its spirit, the budget 2016-17 is agri-focused with an aim to meet the growth target.

The Federal Budget 2016-17 amounting to Rs 4.394 trillion, with 7.3 percent increase over the previous year, presented by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar was 68th in the history of Pakistan. The growth target for the next financial year has been set at 5.7 percent. The increase in defense budget is ...


Budget of a Common Man

Genuine development and prosperity will remain a dream until we reset our priority list.

The budget made by "Panamians" cannot do well for a country like Pakistan where millions of people live below the poverty line. Usually, a government budget is enshrouded in the mystery of baffling statistics which a common man cannot understand. The great American comedian has rightly said, "T...


China Pakistan Economic Corridor

A Diversified and Vibrant Development Project

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a part of economic, social and investment strategy of Pakistan and China. It comprises multifaceted activities that would stimulate economic development in Pakistan and the region by creating opportunities for trade, commerce, industry, employment; moreover, it will enhance linkages of Pakist...


Brexit's Bewildering Success

The Brexit camp proclaimed that exiting the EU would allow the UK to better control immigration, thus reducing pressure on public services, housing and jobs; save billions of pounds in EU membership fees

Traumatized bythe excruciating and debilitatingexperiences of two great wars on their continent within a span of merely three decades, European statesbegan a gradual process of eco...


Seawater Intrusion in the Indus Delta and Associated Hazards

Seawater intrusion into the once-fertile Indus Delta has unfortunately become a way of life, simply because almost everyone not directly impacted by this phenomenon has started taking it for granted and very few are willing to do anything about it. This has resulted in substantial damage to the ecology and biodiversity of the environment, as well as the regional economy and more specifically, the liveli...


Iran & Pakistan Port Politics of Gwadar and Chabahar

In international geo-politics, one can choose one's friends but not the neighbors. Yet, the option everybody does have is to choose friendship over rivalry with the neighboring states that one is destined to live by. In case of Pakistan, we have four countries and a sea around us and obviously we cannot change our location or theirs to our convenience. We have the absolute liberty, however, to change an...


Afghan Taliban's Change of Leadership: Old Wine in A New Bottle

In May 2016, Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed in a drone strike. Following his death Hibatullah Akhundzada was appointed as the Taliban supreme commander on 25th May 2016

Profile of New Taliban Chief Hibatullah Akhunzada

The Afghan Taliban’s new leader Hibatullah Akhundzada is a religious scholar from Kandahar who strongly believes in the status q...


Quran, Extremism and De-Radicalization — The Other View

“The constitution of Pakistan has yet to be framed by the Pakistan Constituent Assembly. I do not know what the ultimate shape of this constitution is going to be, but I am sure that it will be of democratic type, embodying essential principles of Islam. Today, they are as applicable in actual life as they were 1,300 years ago. Islam and its idealism have taught us democracy. It has taught equality ...


The Change We Need

The "law of the jungle" still rules despite all these wonderful scientific inventions, intellectual accomplishments and civic order

Reading human history to me is like watching a horror movie. Conquerors, war- riors and oft-sung heroes of various nations come across as murderers of the weak and the innocents. Inkstained courtiers wrote pages of adulation turning horrific facts into...


Harsh Realities in Soft Language

Human beings try to be polite by resorting to euphemistic expressions to elevate the status of someone. They use euphemism to express what is socially difficult to express in direct terms

Euphemism is a common phenomenon in all languages. It means the use of inoffensive, mild, or indirect expression in place of one which is thought to be offensive, harsh or embarrassing. It is the ...


How did I Score 92 Out of 100 In Everyday Science

One can score 80 to 90 in Everyday Science (now known as General Science and Ability) provided that one formulates a smart and systematic preparation strategy and execute it in an effective way while solving questions in the examination

I believe in an extended role of luck to play when an aspirant appears in the competitive examination. However, the resolve to do something exceptiona...


The Important Events Taking Place in May & June, 2016 Timeline: 16 May 2016 to 15 June 2016

June 15

A UN agency said that drinking very hot coffee and other drinks "probably" caused cancer of the oesophageus.

Israel's top intelligence official offered Saudi Arabia rare public praise for its stance on Iran, which Saudi Arabia rejected. .

Russia warned NATO not to build up its naval forces in the black sea because such a move would unde...


Are You Sick of Your Dental Caries?

An Overview of Causative Factors, Symptoms, & Treatment of Tooth Decay

Dental Caries, or tooth decay, is the most common disease to have inflicted mankind. It is estimated that almost 100% adults have had signs of tooth decay at some point in their lives. Recently, there has been a considerable increase in worldwide incidence of caries, more so in developed countries.

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Muhammad Ali, A Boxer With A Brilliance

Born as Cassius Clay in 1942, Muhammad Ali was the world's most thrilling and enigmatic boxing champion

On 3rd June 2016, every social media website, and every newspaper/magazine article was echoing with the chants "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee". On this day the world lost a revolutionary and charismatic person, a prac- ticing Muslim and a high spirited sportsman. Ali, at...