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The budget-friendly appeal of basic food is fading fast. Food is more expensive today than in the past. Food is the basic necessity of life we work hard for. Every living thing consumes to form energy and that energy is used in work. Just imagine your prospect dish and the ingredients required being...

The Wheat Crisis

January 22, 2020

The unprecedented hike in the price of wheat flour across the country and its acute shortage has made the life of common man more miserable, but the statements from the power corridors can only be termed mercy less. The unthoughtful remarks have not only hurt people but also have provided ample opportunity to opposition for point scoring. After the statements of...

News crisis in Pakistan

January 21, 2020

It is a known reality that Pakistan always faces some sort of crises. The newest one in the making is the shortage of flour and subsequent rising prices in Punjab and other parts of the country. For that purpose Punjab Government will provide 5000 tons of wheat to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on regular basis to overcome the shortage of flour. A meeting in Lahore chaired by Punjab...

After all, the representatives of the European Union and the UK government as a final point agreed on a deal for the UK to leave the European Union just in time for it to be placed before the EU summit in Brussels. Ever since becoming Prime Minister, Boris Johnson had sworn to leave the EU by 31st October regardless of losing a number of votes in the House of Commons...

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday addressed the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The highlight of his more than 45-minute-long speech was intense criticism of India for its annexation of occupied Kashmir and the continued restrictions imposed in the region. The premier began his speech by saying he feels honoured to represent Pakistan...

Like any other third world state, Pakistan’s healthcare system demonstrated a sorry picture of negligence and dilapidation. The rampant cases of infectious diseases like Dengue Fever, Congo Virus, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, Poliomyelitis and TB were glaring illustration of the predicament. It is unarguably true that health and nutrition make important contribution to economic...

Climate Change

September 21, 2019

More than 5,000 events are planned worldwide for what is expected to be one of the largest-ever collective calls to action in a movement fuelled by social media under the hashtag #climatestrike. In New York, 1.1 million students in around 1,800 public schools have been permitted to skip school.Dubbed the “Fridays for Future” movement, the campaign wants children...

The district health department on Saturday confirmed that 1,499 patients have been diagnosed with mosquito-borne disease dengue in Rawalpindi, according to a report submitted to the Punjab government. Sources said that the district administration of Rawalpindi forwarded a detailed report to the Punjab government over the outspread of dengue fever. According to the report,...

President Trump called off a secret meeting at David camp with Taliban and cancelled peace talks. He tweeted that “Unbeknownst to almost everyone, the major Taliban leaders and, separately, the President of Afghanistan, were going to secretly meet with me at Camp David on Sunday. They were coming to United States tonight. Unfortunately, in order to build false leverage,...

Despite the fact that the Amnesty International (AI) has reiterated its call to the New Delhi to act in accordance with international human rights law and standards in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, including arrests and detentions of political opponents, and the rights to liberty and freedom of movement, the Indian authorities have further tightened curfew and...

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