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Tag Archives: Current Affairs

January, 2023

  • 27 January

    ILO’s 17th APRM

    ILO’s 17th APRM Key Highlights of the Singapore Statement International Labour Organization (ILO), which is the United Nations specialized agency dealing with work-related issues, held its 17th Asia and the Pacific Regional Meeting in Singapore from 6-9 December 2022. Singapore President Halimah Yacob and ILO Director General, Gilbert Houngbo, opened …

  • 26 January

    One Man, 29 Gold Medals Dr Hafiz Waleed Malik

    One Man, 29 Gold Medals Dr Hafiz Waleed Malik The doc who made us all proud Recently, when most Pakistanis were busy in discussing a dance performance by a TikToker Ayesha, history was being made in our country’s medical field. A student of Ameeruddin Medical College (AMC), which is affiliated to …

  • 24 January

    The Looming Debt Default

    The Looming Debt Default Emerging economies are facing a high risk “The debt crisis facing developing countries has intensified … A comprehensive approach is needed to reduce debt, increase transparency, and facilitate swifter restructuring—so countries can focus on spending that supports growth and reduces poverty. Without it, many countries and …

  • 24 January

    Reko Diq Agreement

    Reko Diq Agreement A fair deal or a mine of controversies? To ensure sustainable economic activity and growth, it is necessary to improve the investment climate in Pakistan by way of providing incentives in direct and indirect taxes and ease of transfer and repatriation of foreign investments to large-scale foreign …

  • 24 January

    Reinvigorating Pakistan’s Economy

    Reinvigorating Pakistan’s Economy An 11-point Structural Reforms Package 1. Invest in human capital The young population has to be absorbed not only into the domestic workforce but also into the overseas markets in advanced countries. Investment in human capital through education, not for obtaining degrees and credentials but to assimilate …

  • 20 January

    Lithium Geopolitics

    Lithium Geopolitics Heavy Competition for the Lightest Metal Anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions since the industrial revolution have driven large increases in the atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O).  According to scientists, these gases, along with other sources of GHG emissions, are extremely likely …

  • 19 January


    LIVING INDUS INITIATIVE Addressing the triple planetary crisis of climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution Salient Features Living Indus is an umbrella initiative that spearheads and consolidates new and existing projects. Many of these aim to increase flood resilience in the Indus basin in Pakistan, while restoring it to good …

  • 19 January

    Criminology, Police Corruption and Police Reform

    Criminology, Police Corruption and Police Reform Professor Tim Newburn states that ‘criminology is a strange beast’. He cited, with approval, David Garland’s understanding of criminology as a product of two streams of governmental project (that studies administration of justice, police, prisons and measurement of crime) and Lombrosian project (that studies …

  • 19 January

    Bestsellers books By Waseem Riaz (PSP)

    Bestsellers books By Waseem Riaz (PSP) JWorld Times Publications To Order Books Online Please Pay Your Amount in our Bank account mentioned below. Details: Account No     : 0331007000043704 Account Title  : World Times Institute Bank                 : Faysal Bank Ltd Branch      …

  • 17 January

    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 …