Dr Maria Saifuddin Effendi

  • The most encouraging and promising feature of the current government is its willingness and readiness to eradicate the ills and bring reforms at various levels despite limited resources and endless challenges both internally and externally. 760 PIA employees, including 17 pilots, were sacked in ...

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  • If Karachi sinks in the flooding, all of Pakistan will bleed economically. The current wave of heavy downpour is considered a curse on Karachi—a city of more than 20 million people with a gigantic industrial sector, vibrant economic, trade and business activity, a sea port that is responsible ...

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  • Women and peacebuilding have an inherent connection. Women are nurturers; peace has to be nurtured and mothered too. Peace and the peacebuilding process are two integrated mechanisms to bring sustainable harmony in the conflict zones. They are a combination of political and institutional reforms, ...

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  • While it locked the entire world, COVID-19 came with a little different face in Pakistan. Pakistan has been a resilient country, went through numerous nerve-wrecking crises since 1947. It stood firm on both internal and external fronts including political, ethnic, religious/sectarian violence, ...

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