Tag Archives: Afghanistan

Why Pakistan Cannot Produce Enough Vegetables?

Yields of vegetables produced in Pakistan are low which is due to infestation with diseases, low plant density, weed infestation and poor water quality. By adopting suitable seeds and cultivating methods yields could be extended considerably.

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In What Three Ways People are Reacting to Coronavirus

While support for the extraordinary measures appears incredibly uniform, their impact and our underlying attitudes are not, as a new segmentation analysis from King’s College London shows.

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India Tastes its Own Medicine: ‘Impunity for Non-State Actor Violence’

Isn’t it strange that the Indian campaign against Pakistan was predicated on non-state actors, and now the US report itself accuses New Delhi of “ impunity for violence by non-state actors committed against religious minorities.”

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VIDEO: What Does Lockdown Mean for the World’s Poor?

What does lockdown mean for the world's poor? This documentary finds out - by asking them

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COVID-19: Why India Wanted to Deploy Its Military in 4 South Asian Countries?

The reality is that the dream of some policy geniuses in Delhi to project India as the custodian of South Asia by coming up with the controversial plan of sending the military to its neighboring countries to tame the deadly virus was a self-defeating idea.

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Pakistan: COVID-19 Complicating Ramadan and Heat

Facing multiple problems because of COVID-19 complicating both Ramadan and the normal hot weather turning into a heat wave, Pakistan cannot forget that it is in deep trouble because of the already stricken economy which will keep deteriorating as unemployment increases dramatically with the closing of industrial, commercial and services businesses.

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How COVID-19 Exposed America’s Vulnerabilities

COVID19 has exposed the inner weaknesses and contradictions of the US like never before; It spends hundred of billions of dollars on lethal armaments but has not enough COVID19 testing kits, ventilators, and hospital beds, says Barnett Rubin.

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Checking Blood for Coronavirus Antibodies – 3 Key Questions Answered

After your body fights off an infection, antibodies remain in your blood. Two researchers explain how tests identify these antibodies and what the data can be used for.

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Why Pakistan Must Punish Key Players of its Sugar and Wheat Crisis

Prime Minister Imran Khan must hold people involved in wheat and sugar scandal accountable. The culprits are members of the ruling party or its coalition partners, because their monetary gains aside, these people have harmed their own government and party politically, argues one analyst.

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Muslim Women Covering Faces Find Greater Acceptance Among Coronavirus Masks

Many people unused to wearing masks find it difficult to convey emotions or pick up on social cues. But niqab-wearing women know that face coverings don’t prevent effective communication.

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