The Perplexed Emerging Scene of Afghanistan

he present situation of Afghanistan can be described as a bus standing at a station, for instance, in Lahore with all its passengers having bought valid tickets to travel through it. However, astonishingly enough, a group of passengers wants the bus to drive them to Karachi while the remaining passengers want to travel in the opposite direction: Peshawar. Now the bus administration is also perplexed as to where to go for all the passengers, having the tickets, have a legal right to travel through the bus to reach their respective destinations.

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An Open Letter to Taliban for the Durable Peace in Afghanistan By Ziauddin Yousafzai

Today, Afghanistan is once again at a critical juncture due to the Taliban’s tough stance and suspicious behavior following the withdrawal of US and NATO forces. God forbid and God forbid a hundred times, if the Taliban and their architects repeat their history and occupy Afghanistan by force and terror, then I have a few questions for Akhundzada Hibatullah and the Taliban Shura. I hope that instead of being provoked by these simple but peaceful questions, they will prefer to consider them.

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Conserving the Ecosystems of Pakistan

This year, Pakistan hosted World Environment Day on June 6. The theme of the day “Ecosystem restoration” emphasizes the need for restoration of the damaged ecosystems and conservations of the intact ones. An Ecosystem comprises of biological organisms, livening in their respective physical environments, and can be aquatic, or terrestrial. A healthy ecosystem absorbs abundant greenhouse gases and delivers numerous socio-economic benefits to the people.

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Class Division in Online Education System

According to Article 25 of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 all citizens of the country are equal and deserve equal treatment. Thus, under Article 25-A, all citizens have the right to an equal education but after passing more than 70 years any government has not played a role in giving the basic right to equal education because education plays an important role in the progress and development of a state.

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The Afghan War and Human Rights

I often commemorate the old natural traits of humans that used to live in woods acquiring the basic needs for living and involving in reproduction activities but it all changed as societies evolved and we developed certain ideologies and interests. Today the world is full of thoughts, some inferiors, and other superiors but hypothetically or philosophically we can’t neglect the fact of basic human rights irrespective of geographical or ethnic orientation.

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