Muhammad Yasir

  • Pakistan is witnessing a serious humanitarian crisis once again as the worst case of catastrophe emerged due to human-made climate change. One-third of Pakistan has been submerged in water in recent rains and floods. As a result, we have lost thousands of precious lives across the country and ...

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  • The war between Russia and Ukraine overstretched to an unimaginably prolonged pe­riod. It engulfed the entire world with its ripple effects. There is neither an immediate end nor a break in sight. As a result, global energy prices touched their peak once again. Logistics costs and commodities ...

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  • The war between Russia and Ukraine overstretched to an unimaginably prolonged period. It engulfed the entire world with its ripple effects. There is neither an immediate end nor a break in sight. As a result, global energy prices touched their peak once again. Logistics costs and commodities prices ...

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  • The political situation in Pakistan has rarely stabilised since its independence. The uncertain and fragile political scenario also adversely affects the economic stability of the country. Till the late 1980s, the economic and business stability of Pakistan had been quite unaffected, but its ...

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  • While the country somehow managed to overcome sporadic waves of Covid-19, the new and brutal wave of inflation has taken its toll across the country, following the steep depreciation of the Rupee against the Dollar, high commodities and rocketing petroleum product prices in the global markets.The ...

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  • Muhammad YasirPakistanis in general love to eat, and the ultimate celebration for any occasion calls for - scrumptious food! It is a common perception that the richer the dish, the tastier it must be. Our elders have been talking about the health and nutritional benefits of consuming aslee ghee ...

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  • The country’s policymakers and economic managers have introduced various schemes and programmes for the economic development and public welfare in Pakistan, aimed at benefiting the public at large with such initiatives continuing to run successfully in the long run. In recent decades, ...

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  • The vaccination drive against fighting Covid-19 is being administered in full swing across the country as the number of citizens having received doses surged over 1 million, increasing on a daily basis in Pakistan, which is a good sign for the future.Long queues are visible as a large number of ...

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  • Pakistan is dubbed as the land of opportunities by local and foreign researchers, businessmen and policymakers due to its rich natural and human resources, market size, beautiful landscape, and untapped development in many areas. Unfortunately, despite all these blessings and advantages, we are ...

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  • Housing is the basic need of a family and the right of every citizen of the country. Like many other countries, particularly densely-populated Asian countries, the housing deficit is a complex issue, yet an emerging crisis in Pakistan, which needs to be addressed with proper planning, long-term ...

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  • Covid-19 proved to be detrimental for the economy and society across the world. It badly hit mankind, yet it has become a blessing in disguise for various areas, which ultimately witnessed a meteoric rise. In Pakistan, the outbreak of the deadly infection unveiled the weaknesses of our healthcare ...

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  • Recently, the US embassy in Islamabad retweeted a tweet of Pakistani politician Ahsan Iqbal who shared news about the US elections along with his sarcastic remarks. The tweet went viral and qualified to be controversial because of its very nature of political opinion. The embassy officially ...

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  • The controversial statement of Ayaz Sadiq, PML-N’s MNA and former speaker of the National Assembly regarding the release of military prisoner Indian pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, caused uproar across the country. Similarly, the statement of Fawad Chaudhry, Federal Minister for Science and ...

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  • Technology is neutral. It is neither good nor bad but this depends grossly on its users and their actions or intentions. Social media has come out to be a tremendous by-product of modern age technology however, there certainly are drawbacks as well. What’s good is that they can be contained ...

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  • Pakistan is one of the countries in the world with the lowest tax-to-GDP ratio standing below 10 percent for many decades except for a few years. The tax collection is far below the potential of the economy due to weakness in the machinery of the revenue collection authority but it also signifies ...

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