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How a COVID lockdown changed bird behavior

In the United Kingdom, some common bird species were frequent visitors to gardens and parks, whereas others gave those places…

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Climate Change and its Impact on Gender in Rural areas of Sindh

Be it drought or the heavy monsoon rainfall, like the recent one, the Climate Change always leaves adverse effects on…

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Pakistan Deluge: Disaster, but more than natural

Both kinds of disasters – natural as well as unnatural, exposed the highly influential and corrupt elements – the entire…

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Misrepresenting Subhash Chandra Bose’s philosophy

While the ruling Hindutva ideology sees Islam and Christianity as “foreign religions” and developed this ideology into misconceptions and hate…

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Further warming will make heavy rainfall even more intense

More than two dozen scientists from around the world working as part of the World Weather Attribution initiative assessed whether…

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Has a War on Drugs Ever Been Won?

‘Once supply and demand are established, prohibitions are counterproductive’ Mike Jay, Author of Mescaline: A Global History of the First…

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Flood-ravaged Pakistan bracing for secondary disasters

South Asian nuclear country is racing against time to mitigate the aftershocks of the devastating floods, which are expected to…

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Observations of an Expat: Diagnose First

Liz Truss is attempting to solve Britain’s mounting problems through a narrow conservative, anti-European window. By Tom Arms Britain’s new…

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Flood-hit Pakistan faces spread of infectious diseases

The province faces a “health emergency”, with the floods limiting access to a vulnerable population and worsening an already ailing…

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Bringing Democracy Back Through People’s Power

The path of re-democratization available at the present juncture remains somewhat blurred. Prof. Jayadeva Uyangoda Sri Lanka’s politics is at…

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