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The writer is a psychiatrist. He is a fellow at the department of anesthesiology and critical care management at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
The current governance, regulatory, and investigative structures in Pakistan lack resources and competence and is plagued with conflict of interest
In Sindh, there is an unholy nexus among office clerks across the various departments who are able to alter information on any official document
Today marks the 50th year after the abolition of the One Unit scheme in Pakistan.
If we lower the number of daily tests then of course cases will go down
Lack of effective control mechanisms could also cost about 50-70% cereal harvest loss
Pandemic created stark division between those who benefit off vulnerable situations & those who fight for humanity
It is always wise to keep the back-channel diplomacy open so that the situation does not spiral out of control
Little is known about the authentic account of Ertugrul’s life and struggle
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