Muhammad Ali Falak

  • Neglected patenting: an essential ingredient to transform a child into a bad man. This is true even in the most privileged sections of our so­ciety. The state is juggling a plethora of problems and must realise that a neglected child today is a dis­turbed adult tomorrow. Sarah Inam’s ...

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  • Newspaper archives tell tales that no historian can narrate. Ironically, in this part of the world, these archives are not very different from the current news. Chronic problems continue to plague the lives of people. The misery is compounded over the years. Natural disasters are one of such ...

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  • The Russia-Ukraine war not only created a flashpoint for the world but also tore apart the narrative of a united Europe. As the war is prolonged; global powers are puzzled about the future, while many ask—if there will even be a future? The war, disrupting the supply chain and the demand-supply ...

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  • We do not see nature, intelligence or ideology as it is; but only as our languages are. The content, quality and abusive language of public discourse on popular social media need attention before they entirely mutilate the ‘Lingua franca’ of the country. Vitriol, anger and hatred in public ...

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  • Architectural accessibility is not everything people with disabilities need. An antidote to their marginalisation lies in their voices being heard at the policy-making and legislative platforms where they are under-represented in discussions and decision-making processes at all levels.While the UN ...

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  • The youth must take the road forward, not the “streets” for a sovereign state. Sri Lanka and Ukraine are present-day examples of countries when things go south. Incompetence and arrogance invite scorn. Period.A rebellious approach to discrediting and demolishing the system is a manifestation of ...

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