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Whose lives we live?

Whose lives we live?

Syed Mustafa Ahmad Life is the most beautiful gift from God. It has to be enjoyed as well as introspected. Learning from others is as necessary as learning from our own conduct. Rectifying one’s mistakes is a pious job that has its own value. However, all goes awry when we live for others. To put […]

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Chronic complications associated with COVID infection

Dr Vipul Gupta The widespread perception is that if one gets COVID infection the possible outcomes include recovery in two to three weeks or hospital admission or death in severe cases. Contrary to this, for some people COVID 19 infections are not a discrete episode lasting a few weeks, but marks the start of a […]

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Role of Educational Institutions to Conserve World Nature

M Ahmad World Nature Conservation Day acknowledges that a healthy environment is the foundation for a stable and healthy human society. It is celebrated on July 28 annually. The main purpose of celebrating World Nature Conservation Day is to conserve the animals and trees that are on the verge of going extinct from the natural […]

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A healthy liver means a healthy you

Umair Shafiq Khanday Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. There are about 325 million people in the world, who are living with viral hepatitis, yet up to 290 million of these are unaware of their situation, which can lead to liver complications later. Understand your liver health better with a Liver Function Test. It also […]

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Pashmina of Sahid Ali

Madhuchhanda Chakraborty Sitting alone, on a snowy winter night, In his wooden cottage, in the dim light, Of oil lamp, Sahid Ali caresses his Pashmina gently, With his toiling hands that break stones daily. Tiny fibers cling to his rough hand, Sahid plucks Like full bloomed rose-petals, falling from stalks. The Pashmina still emits the […]

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A plea from a girl

Hafsa Zahoor They say one can feel the pain of others by putting himself in their shoes. Come on, put yourself in our shoes and put a question mark on yourself being a girl. Put yourself in our shoes and start the struggle to even breathe every moment. Put yourself in our shoes and know […]

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Taliban: What could its return to power mean for Afghanistan?

Taliban: What could its return to power mean for Afghanistan?

Kaweh Kerami The Taliban is typically portrayed as a group of men with beards and turbans, driven by Islamic fundamentalist ideology and responsible for widespread violence. But to understand the group that is poised to return to power in Afghanistan, and what we might expect from its rule, we need a much more nuanced picture. […]

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US-Jordanian ties rejuvenated

Asad Mirza Jordanian King Abdullah became the first Arab leader to meet the US President Joe Biden at the White House on July 19. By granting him this honour the new US administration is putting its weight behind Jordan to become the voice of the region and non-gulf Arab nations, once again. As the Jordanian […]

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From poverty to Presidency

Rayees Ahmad Kumar It was indeed an extended family but mother was duty bound to prepare bread for the whole family. She would be busy in her household work from dawn to dusk. During the evenings she routinely prepared food for the family members who would gather around the traditional Chula. One day her attention […]

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Pandemic impacted students, their social life

Pandemic impacted students, their social life

Vijay Garg Global studies have shown that youngsters are struggling to cope with the varied challenges thrown up as a result of the pandemic. Anxiety, elevated stress levels and depression have been cited as some of the problems. When it comes to education, interrupted study programmes has been the main issue, despite the adoption of […]

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