Mubeen Ashraf

  • Women, despite being the backbone of a family and an essential being of society, are regrettably bearing the burden of poverty, repression, subservience, barbarousness, and pervasive sexism in Pakistan. A developing country that is striving hard to manage its internal affairs and is simultaneously ...

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  • The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, leaving devastating and disrupting imprints on the world, has besieged the entire globe within a short span. The pandemic that holds around 13.3 million people in more than 213 countries and territories in its claws, also served a glimmer of hope to some ...

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  • “There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.” ― Muhammad Ali Jinnah The predominant role of women in society has ensured the ...

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  • Heavy reliance on computers and the internet has altered the life of a common man in a number of ways. It is perceived that the world which is apparently so large has dwindled to a number of devices and gadgets. The use of technology is a common practice as from communicating through e-mail to ...

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  • Iran and Afghanistan are two of the four neighbours Pakistan share her borders with. Both these countries have played a significant role in putting Pakistan into the limelight for number of reasons. While, the not so recent Afghan-led peace talks has again heightened the curiosity and brought South ...

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  • The technological advancements and innovations have fast-tracked after the 1970s. These advancements not only took place in the defence and aerospace departments but have also fuelled developments in the civilian sector and vice versa. These innovations have drastically changed the world and are ...

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