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The Forum of Islam

The Forum of Islam Another Islamophobic act of the French government? In its efforts to reshape Islam in France and ‘rid it of extremism’, the French government recently launched a new body made up of clergy and laymen – and women – to help lead the largest Muslim community in …

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Responsibility to Protect (R2P)

Responsibility to Protect (R2P) Recently, Prime Minister Imran Khan, called on the international community to fulfil its obligation to the Afghan people by providing humanitarian assistance to the country under the international doctrine of Responsibility to Protect (R2P). The prime minister also tagged a news story published in the London-based …

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Artificial Snow

Artificial Snow How a city short on snow hosted the Winter Olympic Games As the planet warms and the weather becomes increasingly more erratic, natural snow is becoming less reliable for winter sports, which forces venues to lean more on artificial snow. Machine-made snow has played a major role in …

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SBP’s P2P Payment Service

SBP’s P2P Payment Service Here are some explanations about the procedure of the service. How will banks offer P2P payments? Customers would be able to send and receive funds using either their International Bank Account Number (IBAN) or their Raast ID. Initially, customers would be able to use their registered …

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Justice Umar Ata Bandial

Justice Umar Ata Bandial Brief Profile Born in Lahore on Sept 17, 1958, Umar Ata Bandial received elementary and secondary education from different schools in Kohat, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Lahore. He secured a bachelor’s degree in economics from Columbia University, followed by a Law Tripos degree from Cambridge and qualified …

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60 Years of CUBA Embargo

60 Years of CUBA Embargo February 07, Cuba marked 60 years under a US economic blockade that has deeply affected the communist nation’s fortunes and shows no signs of being lifted. Originally decreed by US president John F. Kennedy on February 3, 1962, the embargo on all bilateral trade came …

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Women’s Education

Women’s Education  Many things have contributed to this sorry state of women’s education. Among these, poverty is one major factor. Girls belonging to poor families do not attend schools mainly for two reasons: (1) they don’t have resources to meet their educational expenses like buying books and uniforms; and (2) …

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