What is a black hole (and could the Earth fall into one?)

What is a black hole (and could the Earth fall into one?)

The many unknowns that surround the phenomenon of black holes led millions of people to be pending on Wednesday of a simple photograph. This was the day chosen by an international team of astronomers to spread the first image of what is considered one of the greatest mysteries of science....

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Having Oil Reserves does not promise wealthy economy; Here’s Why…

Having Oil Reserves does not promise wealthy economy; Here’s Why…

Oil and Gas Development Company Limited(OGDCL) has drilled six new wells and made two discoveries during first half of the current fiscal year. Out of the total new drills, three were exploratory/appraisal wells and three were development wells. While, the company’s exploratory efforts yielded two new oil and gas discoveries...

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“We all lie, at all times and to everyone … except Google”

“We all lie, at all times and to everyone … except Google”

“Everyone lies, people lie about how many drinks they drank before they went home, they lie about how often they go to the gym, the price of their new shoes, the reading of that book, they say they’re sick when they’re healthy. They say they will call when they will...

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Human Trafficking: Bringing a Global Issue Into Perspective

Human Trafficking: Bringing a Global Issue Into Perspective

Human Trafficking refers to the recruitment or transporting people into a situation of exploitation through the use of violence, deception or coercion and forced to work against their will. It is the process of enslaving people, inflicting a situation on them with no escape, and exploiting them. Forced prostitution, forced...

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The orphans of the Islamic State: the impressive stories that emerge from the last stronghold of the militant group

The orphans of the Islamic State: the impressive stories that emerge from the last stronghold of the militant group

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, says that the self-styled Islamic State lost 100% of its territory, although the Syrian Democratic Forces maintain that the total victory is not yet declared. As the battle nears its end, Quentin Sommerville, an international journalist was found with some of those who lived in the last bastion of the group militant Baghuz. We...

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World Water Day: Addressing Global Water Scarcity

World Water Day: Addressing Global Water Scarcity

World Water Day is observed every year on March 22 to highlight the importance of water. We are all aware of the fact that water is crucial for every living being on earth. It is vital for social, economic and human growth. Earth is often thought of as the blue...

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Islamophobia that led to terrorism against Muslims

Islamophobia that led to terrorism against Muslims

Anti-Muslim bigotry is a threat to all of us – we must recognise that before the New Zealand attack is repeated Do not be under any illusion. The attacks against Muslims in New Zealand cannot be swept under the carpet by claiming that the suspect is an isolated actor or a disturbed individual....

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Remembering the unforgettable; MM Alam’s timeless rapture on his 6th death anniversary

Remembering the unforgettable; MM Alam’s timeless rapture on his 6th death anniversary

KARACHI: The role of Pakistan armed forces and heroes in the 1965 war were exceptional for making valiant efforts and forcing the enemies to retreat, but the contribution of Muhammad Mahmood Alam (MM Alam) among them is unforgettable for inflicting massive damages to the enemy. Born on July 6, 1935, in...

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Al-Jahiz, the Muslim philosopher who had the idea of ​​evolution 1,000 years before Darwin

Al-Jahiz, the Muslim philosopher who had the idea of ​​evolution 1,000 years before Darwin

“The book of animals” by al-Jahiz had seven volumes. The theory of evolution, by British scientist Charles Darwin, is one of the cornerstones of modern science. The idea that species change gradually over time through a mechanism called natural selection revolutionized our understanding of the living world. In his 1859 book, ” On...

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What is the origin of Women’s Day (and why it is commemorated on March 8)

What is the origin of Women’s Day (and why it is commemorated on March 8)

March 8 is a highlight date in multiple parts of the world. International Women’s Day is celebrated , formalized by the United Nations in 1975. This special day, in the words of the UN, “refers to ordinary women as the creator of history and has its roots in the plurisecular struggle of...

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