Amna Nisar Abbasi The Director General of World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said recently, “We’re not just fighting an epidemic; we’re fighting an infodemic”. Covid 19 often known as Corona virus has spread, so are the misleading, inaccurate and downright untrue claims emerging. A question arises; what is Covid-19? A friend or an enemy…

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Federica Russo The political mood in the United Kingdom has drastically changed since January, when London decided to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to have a part in the development of the periphery of the next-generation networks within the country. According to the UK press, the government is studying plans that could lead to a…

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Shaukat Hayat Beneri It is to be added for the information of my worthy  readers that  during  the last couple of decades we have become familiar with two words i.e., the word LOTA and the word MAFIA in particular . The word Lota was popular in the then government of Benazir Bhutto  when she openly…

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Wazir Zafar Hassan Corona pandemic is considered as the most lethal event after the World Wars. So far more than 11 million people have been affected by this virus out of which 0.5 million people have lost the fight against this virus. The normal routine of life is completely disturbed. Many industries and institutions are…

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Munira Saeed “Success has many fathers, failure is an orphan,” the wise ones say. I will add that failure gets you dumped like a hot potato in the hands of benefactors. You don’t believe me? Ask Libyan has-been Khalifa Haftar, once considered the best game in town by his foreign sponsors. He knows a thing…

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Masood Ahmad Khattak As the famous maxim goes, justice delayed is justice denied. Yet the common perception about our civil justice system is one of chronic delays which plague our system to diminish and extinguish any sense of justice being done. Persistent and thorough reforms are a due need of the system. However, understanding the…

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