Prioritizing the Protection of Pakistan’s Ecosystem
Protecting the ecosystem is essential for economic growth, poverty alleviation, and social progress in Pakistan.
The Tragedy of Great Power Politics and its Implications for Pakistan
Pakistan is stuck between China and the US, as China is Pakistan's predominant economic ally, and the US is conventionally considered a shadow dictator of the Pakistani political system.
Pakistan’s Economic Crisis: A Calamity in Highlights
Pakistan faces economic challenges such as poor policies, high interest rates causing inflation, and a need for unity and cooperation to combat the crisis.
Unspoken Epidemic of Child Abuse — Prevention and Awareness
The malaise of child abuse is well-established inside the culture of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Iranian-made Shahed-136 drone in Russia-Ukraine War
Shahed-136 launched in Russia Ukraine wars proves the advancement and development of Iranian military technology.
Untapped Potential: Developing Pakistan’s Coastal Infrastructure for Economic Growth
Pakistan's coastline holds a vast array of natural resources, tourism potential, and economic opportunities that remain largely untapped.
Who should be held accountable for the debt crisis?
The debt trap is a situation where a country is unable to repay its external loans and becomes dependent on new loans to repay the previous ones.
Service and Diplomacy: A Tribute to a True Patriot
A lionhearted pilot with ambition and excellence, from earning flying wings at RAF College, Cranwell to serving as ADC to Pakistan's third president and prime minister.
The Prevalent Western Essence in Pakistan’s Development Policies
Pakistan’s developmental policies influenced by Western dynamics, lack of quality research and the impact of International Financial Institutions
Tourism as a Catalyst for Growth and Development in Pakistan
Neglect of tourism has hindered Pakistan's potential, but renovation of historical sites can boost tourism.
Circular Economy: A Game Changer for Pakistan’s Environment and Economy
Embracing the Circular Economy can help Pakistan conserve resources, reduce waste, create jobs, and build a sustainable future.
Pakistan’s response to emerging technologies and the development of LAWS
Pakistan has called for a preemptive ban on the development of autonomous weapon systems.
The Magical Spell of Buzzwords on Pakistan’s Monetary Policy
Buzzwords have a political element attached to them and they set up a positive discourse on development.
The underlying problem of Pakistan: Mindset
The political display of power fails to understand the impact it has on common people's lives, especially during protests that disrupt daily life in the capital.
Pakistan’s Development Policy and Research under the Dominance of Western Institutions
The dominance of Western academia and international financial institutions reinforce neo-liberal economic policies and hinder local development in Pakistan.
Eco-friendly Construction for a Greener Pakistan
With increased awareness, financial incentives and government regulations, we can work towards a greener future.
IMF: A Bone of Throat for the Government
IMF may be a last resort, but compliance with its conditions could be the final blow to the government's poor performance.
Causes of Political Instability in Pakistan
From military coups to corruption, the causes of political instability in Pakistan are multiple.
Overcoming Language Barriers with translanguaging in Education
Translanguaging in education can improve understanding of native language and culture but poses challenges.
Global Shield Financing Facility: A Distraction from Genuine Climate Change Efforts
Theprogram is perceived as a potential failure as it is another West-drafted policy to address an issue primarily impacting the East.
Energizing and Healing: The Power of Winter Foods
Physicians tout dry fruits as the ultimate "natural capsules" - packed with essential nutrients and often regarded as powerful supplements for optimal health.
Terrorism and Bali’s Tourism: A Dangerous Combination
Tourism contributes 80% to the Balinese economy. But several years ago, it became a victim of terrorists who wanted to expel Americans and Australians from this region.
Discernment in a Fabricated Social Media Landscape
It's important to take the time to get to know the person behind the account, and not rely solely on their online presence.
Pakistan’s Cities at a Crossroads: Choosing Sustainability over Adversity
Pakistan has one of the highest urbanization rates and is facing issues with poverty and poor infrastructure in its metropolitan areas.