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,

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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

Top 7 Stores To Buy Abayas Online

If you live in a South Asian or an Eastern country, you must not be ignorant of the concept of Abaya. The Abaya is more native to the Muslim women attire. It is usually a body-length piece of garment that is worn

Note to The Prime Minister by an Archeologist

Dear Prime Minister! Recently, at the launching ceremony of Nandana fort, your statement surfaced that the Pakistani Archaeologist has contributed nothing in the field of Archaeology. Moreover, You further stated that Mohenjodaro and Harrapa were excavated by foreign Archaeologists. With due respect,

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Harmonising Individualism and Collectivism

Various human ideologies have sprung which have advocated either Individualism or putting Individualism on the back burner and prioritizing Collectivism. Hence, all human efforts oscillate between these two extremes of the spectrum without reaching a middle ground that isn’t based on extremist

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THE ILL EFFECTS OF COLONIALISM

When we talk about the ill effects of Colonialism, not only were the Colonial Powers involved in oppressing the local populations and plundering the wealth and sources (e.g., the British plundered and looted 45 trillion dollars from India), but it also turned