Shahrukh Mehboob

  • Climate change is the long-term shift in average weather patterns across the world. The human-led manipulation of natural processes and services over the past two centuries has now started to infuriate nature, which is angry enough to unleash its counterattack on human civilisation with its most ...

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  • It is often argued that seven decades is just a small period in the life of a nation as nation-building requires a long period of consistent development and continuity of policies and to progress in different fields, patients need to couple with sound policymaking. In the case of Pakistan, it would ...

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  • The story of the Subcontinent’s conflict and wars are a tragedy in bloodshed for over a century; an endless tale of betrayals, British mercantilism, geo-strategic intrigues, and elastic ethics. The existence of a live Line of Control (LoC) could always become a breaking point in relations. ...

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  • History bears witness to the fact that wars are caused because one culture tries to dominate the other. This fact becomes more pronounced during the war, as events and human behaviour are controlled by cultured forces of either side. The more the cultural divergence between the two antagonists, the ...

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  • History is like a mirror in which generations, nations, and armies see their images. This history is one such mirror in which the entire nation and world leadership, particularly the so-called superpowers and secular states can view their ‘real’ image. Adolf Hitler, the leader of ...

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  • Recent history suggests that this is possible; it was barely over a decade ago that the global financial crisis (GFC) exposed the brittle, crisis-ridden, and polarising edifices of economic, political, and cultural power that structure our lives. Marx was read widely again, the Occupy Wall Street ...

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  • Imagine a world where there are no trees, no blue skies, no birds, and no animals. If this Earth we live in had indeed been a place like that, we would probably never have seen it, because we would not have existed at all. Humans are very much a part of nature, even though we have distanced ...

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  • After 73 years of bloody partition, the Delhi riots and bloodshed have recalled the horrors of Indo-Pak partition. Like bungalows and mansions were burned and looted, women were raped, children were killed in front of their siblings. After decades Delhi is facing the same violence and chaos under ...

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  • Hindutva bared its fangs in its first mass display of power during the Babri Masjid’s demolition in 1992 but ever since Narendra Modi came to power in 2014, the Hindutva brigade has been given a shot in the arm. Many high-ranking officials in the Indian state machinery, starting from the ...

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  • Time is the incessantly ongoing activity of the heavenly bodies in motion. It takes the minor and the major incidents of humans in its fold, blanketing them with the dust and dreary darkness into mass grave of oblivion under the inexplicably pervading law of nature. India’s war in Occupied ...

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