Mian Rauf

  • Indian democracy and secularism are often touted as the essence of the Indian Constitution, but the persecution and vilification of minorities in India has led to questions about the basic bedrock of India’s democratic credentials and its secularism. Despite the diversity of religions ...

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  • The international day for women is celebrated every year on March 8 around the world to mark a call to action for accelerating gender parity. This day reminds nations worldwide to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women be they social, political and economic. It further calls for an end ...

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  • “Nature is angry - and we fool ourselves if we think we can fool nature because nature always strikes back and around the world; nature is striking back with fury.” These are some interesting lines, I have extracted from the speech of the UNO Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. Since ...

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  • Pakistan has been under a serious threat of sectarian and religious fierceness since the time of its origin and it has witnessed various type of militancy in the form of intolerance, religious extremism and from radicalisation to violence. It is pertinent to note here that it is informed to the ...

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