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February, 2022

  • 18 February

    Threats to the World Economy in 2022

    Threats to the World Economy in 2022 The global economy made the transition from recovery to expansion in 2021 amid ongoing turbulence from the Covid-19 pandemic. An uneven economic expansion generated supply-demand imbalances, leading to major supply chain disruptions and rising inflation. With ongoing vaccination challenges in much of the …

  • 17 February


    SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE Afghanistan is more than the “graveyard of empires.” It’s the mother of vicious circles. So this general with the background in intelligence who is supposed to conquer Afghanistan can’t even figure out what Rolling Stone is? We’re not talking Guns & Ammo here; we’re talking the …

  • 17 February

    Pulses 10th February 2022

    Pulses 10th February 2022 World Pulses Day 2022 Pulses are considered a poor man’s food and poor people are disparagingly called ‘pulse-eaters’. In addition, some linguistic groups are called pulse-eaters just out of prejudice and without acknowledging the fact that due to their nutritional value, pulses are in no way …

  • 16 February

    Justice Ayesha A. Malik First Female Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan

    Justice Ayesha A. Malik First Female Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan The Judicial Commission of Pakistan (JCP) had approved, on January 07, Ayesha Malik’s nomination to the Supreme Court with a vote of five to four. CJP Gulzar, Justice Umar Ata Bandial, retired judge Sarmad Jalal Osmani, Attorney …

  • 14 February

    Rights of Non-Muslims in a Muslim Society

    Rights of Non-Muslims in a Muslim Society Deciding as to what are the rights of non-Muslims living in a Muslim state has been a practical problem in Muslim societies throughout their history because there was never a Muslim state that comprised purely of Muslim believers. Even the first state established by …

  • 14 February


    RELIGIOUS NATIONALISM Definition According to philosopher Ernest Renan, nationalism is a kind of spirit and soul that binds the community or a group into a whole. Nationalism typically refers to the animating spirit of a community of people with an aspiration to be politically self-determining. Religious nationalism includes any religious …

  • 14 February

    In Conversation with Zhuha Basit 7th in Punjab, PMS 2020-21

    In Conversation with Zhuha Basit 7th in Punjab, PMS 2020-21 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Zhuha Basit (ZB): My early education has been from a public school. Afterward, I did my intermediate and graduation from Govt. Islamia College, Lahore Cantt. I did …

  • 12 February

    Net Zero

    Net Zero One outcome of the recent UN Climate Summit, or COP26, was that 136 countries pledged to reach net zero, with countries responsible for nearly half of global emissions aiming for 2050, while others have target dates further in the future.  To avoid the catastrophic impacts of climate change, …

  • 11 February


    Islamophobia Causes, Instances and the way forward Definition Different experts and scholars have defined Islamophobia differently. Generally, Islamophobia is defined as ‘fear of or hatred against Islam and the Muslims perceiving them as a political force or community which is against the West and Western values and involved in terrorism’. …

  • 11 February

    Five Myths about The Arctic

    Five Myths about The Arctic Myth No. 1: It’s cut off from the rest of the world Trade and politics have long connected the Arctic to distant places. Over the past century, geopolitics transformed Arctic communities and ecosystems, from the thousands of walruses killed so their hides could polish World …