Meehad Jawwad

  • TPakistanis have long been familiar with the mango. Perhaps rightly labelled as the national fruit, it is repeatedly accused of causing a party in one’s mouth and permissible chaos in one’s hands. Often touted as the king of all fruits, the obsession with mangoes dates as far back as the ...

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  • TOn June 23 the United Kingdom held a referendum regarding whether or not it wanted to remain a part of the European Union. With a high national turnout of 72.2%, the population voted to leave the EU by 52% to 48%. The legal process of leaving the EU begins with triggering Article 50 of the Treaty ...

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  • TUnfortunately, waking up to the news of an honour killing in Pakistan does not seem bizarre. With lives falling like flies, the numbers spiral at the cost of a dangerous disregard and abstraction of human lives. At the turn of the decade, Pakistan’s Human Rights Commission reported at least ...

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  • TWe find ourselves at a stage where there is a constant conflict between the individual and the society. The way our society simultaneously flirts with religion, traditions, modernity, conservatism, and globalization; it has paved the way for confusion and terribly abstract notions of identity and ...

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