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Observations of an Expat: Sport and Politics

The sport had been the source to showcase achievements; make statements; isolate enemies and win public approval from home audiences.…

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Nothing succeeds like failures

A résumé of failures promises to be an instrument of self-discovery and affirmation to reflect on the journey, experiences, and…

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Full moon night, millions of twinkling lights and the Busan City

The three objectives of the Busan World Expo are ‘Sustainable Living with Nature’, ‘Technology for Humanity’ and ‘Platform for Caring…

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Dealing with Pakistan Peoples’ Poverty

People need sympathetic, supportive, and sustainable help for respectable living. Fatima Muhammad Qassim Mirjat The economic conditions for our region…

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Observations of an Expat: Mid-term winner

It is ironic that the leader who helps resolve a crisis is dumped when the crisis is over. By Tom…

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Observations of an Expat: Unlikely Hero

He has not claimed—as expected– a false victory, branded the results “fake” or called on his military friends to stage…

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Air pollution resulting by common mismanagement in Pakistan

The main natural sources of air pollution include dust storms, volcanos and wildfires while the pollution from agricultural actives, industries…

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WHERE LOVE JUDGES, ALL DIALECTS ARE SILENT

Khayyam’s love poems are filled with passion, amazement; with perfection and beauty beyond understanding. A literary note by Andry-Andreja Jakus…

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Diary of a Sindhi Surgeon

“Surgery in the USA, huh? Do you know what are you doing with your life?” That was a quote from…

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Observations of an Expat: Elephants and Grass

At the moment, the ancient adage is particularly apt. The war in Ukraine is creating an energy and food crisis,…

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