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Confucius and Our Brain Drain

Confucius and Our Brain Drain Revered Chinese philosopher, who is often portrayed as a teacher, advisor, philosopher and reformer, Confucius believed that those who aspired to command others must cultivate discipline and moral authority in themselves. Confucius lived in a period of the Zhou dynasty when China had splintered into …

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Square Kilometre Array

Square Kilometre Array Exploring the unknown with the world’s largest radio telescope Here are some highlights of the project: Countries involved SKA is an international organisation consisting of 15 member countries, with headquarters at the Jodrell Bank Observatory, near Manchester in the United Kingdom. Member countries include Australia, Canada, China, …

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Guess Paper for 2023

Guess Paper for 2023 English Essay 1. Climate Change and Migration 2. Covid-19 and the World Economy 3. Socioeconomic Disparities and National Security of Pakistan 4. Ukraine War and Energy Crisis 5. Global Food Crisis 6. Global Peace and Conflict Management 7. Muslim Genocide in India 8. Peace in Afghanistan …

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FUSION BREAKTHROUGH The Future of Power For decades, scientists have pumped more energy into experimental fusion reactors than the total new energy created in the process. This setback has made nuclear fission — not fusion — the default preference in the pursuit of limitless, zero-carbon power, despite its health and …

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Madrassah Reforms

Madrassah Reforms Need of the Hour Madaris, unlike public and private schools, provide their students with not only education but also boarding and lodging facilities as most of the learners have very humble backgrounds. Islam is the essence of the ideology of Pakistan, so in public and private schools, where …

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President Xi in Saudi Arabia

President Xi in Saudi Arabia End of the Kingdom’s ‘monogamous marriage’? President of China, Xi Jinping, recently undertook a three-day visit to Saudi Arabia, where both countries reaffirmed their cooperation on global oil markets and the principle of non-interference in internal affairs. This milestone visit marked a huge development in …

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And the Blame Game Resumes

And the Blame Game Resumes The Saga of Perpetual Instability and Pakistan-Afghanistan relationships Although Pakistan and Afghanistan have historical linkages, both countries, at the same time, also have a long history of levelling allegations of interfering in each other’s internal affairs. The recent border skirmishes and insurgent attacks across the …

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