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A Test Case for Pakistan’s Judiciary: Abuse of Blasphemy Laws

In all, 947 Muslims were accused of blasphemous conduct in Pakistan so far. This works out to be a staggering 68 per cent Muslim citizens framed under the blasphemy laws. The rest 32 per cent include Christians, Hindus, Ahmedis and Sikhs inter alia.

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Bonfire of Sovereignty: Russian Tanks in Belarus – A European Perspective

Regardless of whether Russia launches another major offensive against Ukraine, Belarus’s territory will increasingly become a source of military threats to all its western neighbors – not just Ukraine.

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Groundwater — Not Ice Sheets — is the Largest Source of Water

Groundwater is the second-largest store of water on Earth. Governments and industry use groundwater reservoirs to store waste, but it may also have environmental functions that haven’t been revealed.

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Ukraine: How an Armed Conflict Could Play Out

Beyond Ukraine, Russia is putting pressure on Nato and the EU, and attempting to change the international order with this latest round of power politics.

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What is Bioengineered Food? An Agriculture Expert Explains

More than 90% of U.S.-grown corn, soybeans and sugar beets are genetically modified. This means that many processed foods containing high-fructose corn syrup, beet sugar or soy protein may fall under the new disclosure standard.

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Pakistan’s Economic Woes: Eating Cakes on a Credit Card!

Pakistan's economic policies under the watch of Prime Minister Imran Khan may have contributed to increased tax collection, and high growth in exports, but the costs are long-term and unbearable for the working class.

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War in Ukraine: Erdogan’s Greatest Challenge Yet

Turkey would attempt to sit on the fence if conflict breaks out in Ukraine. But with domestic challenges rising at home, Recep Tayyip Erdogan may not be able to withstand the pressure from either Russia or NATO allies.

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Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

At the age of 35, King was the youngest person, the third African American and the 12th American, to win the coveted Nobel Peace Prize for his steadfast belief that nonviolence was an integral part of obtaining full citizenship rights for Black people in America.

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FoodLense: How to Make Chicken Tikka Biryani, Pakistani Style

Chicken tikka biryani is one of the best biryani recipe that people love to eat in sub-continent especially Pakistan and India. Golden chicken pieces marinated in tikka masala and roasted in a pan make a perfect layer with basmati rice. The smoky and steamy tikka biryani with charcoal aroma tempts to eat everyone.

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In a First, Pakistani American Doctor Successfully Implants Pig Heart in Human

Considered one of the world’s foremost experts on transplanting animal organs, known as xenotransplantation, Muhammad M. Mohiuddin, MD, professor of surgery at UMSOM, joined the UMSOM faculty five years ago and established the Cardiac Xenotransplantation Program with Griffith.

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