Bumpy Road Ahead for Newly-Elected PM

After spending four years in office, Imran Khan was clean bowled after midnight on April 10th. The President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), became the 23rd Prime Minister of Pakistan unopposed after the unceremonious ouster of Imran Khan, and after his opponent,

The Evil curse

Corruption is not a new manifestation, it is an old phenomenon and universal problem which has adverse implications on all spheres of human life. This word has a deep shadow on all world’s newspapers and magazines. Catastrophe becomes a fortune of a

How To Get Rid Of Large Beehive In Trees

We all are very well aware that bees do quite a vital job for our planet, but still having bees near your place is certainly a bit of danger since they sting. Obviously, you would agree with me when we say that

How can electric supply firms improve performance?

Lahore Electric Supply Company(LESCO) is facing some of the key problems in its quality management system as it has no concentration with consumers to settle down general issues. As per the information, the computer systems were introduced in the company in 2000,

Major players of Afghanistan’s history and future

Afghanistan region amasses a lot of Strategic significance and this a lot of strategic significance is an indubitable fact of  Afghanistan which neither has risen Afghanistan and nor has drowned Afghanistan. This region neither could be overlooked in the great game by

/

The Religion Can Wait

The fate of Afghanistan is a topic that is being discussed far and wide, be it local news channels or international ones. Every step of the Regime 2.0 is being micro-analyzed and rightfully so. However, an oddity in this was observed when

/

Deep Inside The Afghan Conundrum

Prime Minister Imran Khan while addressing the International Conference “Central and South Asia: Regional Connectivity, Challenges and Opportunities” Prime Minister Imran Khan was right on point when he pointed out an inherent loophole in the Afghan peace process. According to Mr Khan, the

Yet Another Day, Yet Another Tale

The patient was a 4-year-old girl – malnourished, unhygienic, active little child. Her presenting complaint was per-vaginal (PV) bleeding for the past ten days. The mother was reprimanded for not being proactive in bringing her daughter for evaluation as early as possible,

/

Ten Chapters of United Nations Failures

The shade of the United Nations is encircling 193 sovereign states of the world. Some vulnerable states arrived under shadow for protection, and some dominant states entered under this shade to demonstrate their strength in the world. Now, these dominant states want

1 2 3 10