Author Archives: Zeeshan Khan


In the age of corona

Living through a tough time In recent times life has changed dramatically, but whenever a person faces tough times in his life, there are always two ways to confront a situation: either


Dissent on Aurat March

Mao Zedong, also known as Chairman Mao, the founding father of the People’s Republic of China who ruled it from its establishment in 1949 until his death in 1976, once said that


Coronavirus alarms !!!

How to get through the coronavirus epidemic The news of CoronaVirus infection was reported in January this year from Wuhan, China. The panic it caused has rampaged all over the globe up


PIC under attack

Health-care professionals are under threat of violence worldwide On 11 December, lawyers attacked the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) and four patients died on the same day due to the stampede. The


Air pollution and smog

The government must take all measures possible Lahore’s air quality remained ‘hazardous’ with an air quality reading exceeding 300, according to Air Visual’s Air Quality Index (AQI) list. An AQI ranking between


Peace through Kartarpur

The Corridor is a win-win situation The Kartarpur corridor is a new entry point giving access to the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur. However, tensions between India and Pakistan have often made it


Abusing children again

The capture of the perpetrator is not enough In Pakistan, the episode of child abuse during last year’s Zainab Case was too painful and yet again the road to suffering seems not


Controlling Dengue

The disease is lethal, but can be beaten Dengue has evolved as a global life-threatening public health concern, affecting around 2.5 billion people in over 100 countries. The number of cases reported


How Kashmir has been dismantled

Afghanistan is linked to the Kashmir issue The story of Distressed Kashmiris stirred again during the Imran-Trump meeting in July. US President Donald Trump talked about the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s


Focusing on climate change

And its serious effects on public health Climate change has significant implications on public health. Rising temperatures will likely lead to increased air pollution, a longer and more intense allergy season, the


The curse of perception

How perception trumps facts at any given time   Sometimes perception is almost more important than the reality. This is exactly the case in Pakistan’s political minefield. Righteousness is tearing apart our


Reminiscing Zia’s vigilantism

Candidate scrutiny has become ‘sinister quiz show’ on Islam In less than three weeks of PPP’s departure from power, Zia’s ghost has started haunting Pakistanis and his shadow is looming over the

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