Khayyam Munawar

  • The word ethics can be used in a broader degree over what its definition originally covers, and explains ethics or its application: ethical behaviour, to be more than just an act of obeying rules and regulations but in addition involves adopting the right course of action, given the context. ...

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  • The Kardashians have amassed their fame for the same reason Donald Trump was elected president, because we no longer live in an era of credibility, qualification or talent; there’s a new currency that dictates our ‘perception’ of success, a currency of your influence on social ...

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  • The practice of taxation dates back to 2800BC, where the Egyptians began mandating collection of a certain amount from the local population. Later in 1860, a modern tax system was introduced by the British Empire in the wake of the 1857 war, serving as a source of revenue only to be repealed later ...

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  • The coronavirus, codenamed COVID-19, was first traced and reported back on November 1, in the Wuhan city of China and has since wreaked havoc worldwide. With over 8.66 million reported cases and approximately 460,000 deaths to date, it was declared a global pandemic by WHO on March 11, 2020. ...

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  • At its heart, denying climate change is a conflict between facts and values. The effects of climate change are quite real despite the claims made by multi-billion-dollar industries which argue against it to safeguard their own interests. There is substance behind the argument which suggests that ...

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  • The inconsistent growth rate in the textile industry is the result of lack of implementation of the preceding two textile policies. Political instability, Cyclical fluctuations in the international market and the inauspiciousness of the government to work out an efficient system that benefits the ...

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