By Dr Maqsudul Hasan Nuri
Some writers have questioned the need for soft power in Pakistan and advocated reliance on hard power only. What is less understood is the fact that non-traditional security has become more salient after the cold war.
Multiple existential issues such as stagnating economies, climate change, energy crises, repressive governments, cronyism . . . → Read More: Soft Power: Pakistan needs it!
European countries are discriminating against Muslims for demonstrating their faith, especially in the fields of education and employment, rights group Amnesty International said Tuesday.
In a report focusing on Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland, Amnesty urged European governments to do more to challenge negative stereotypes and prejudices against Islam.
. . . → Read More: European countries discriminate against Muslims: AI
In a bid to help childless women become mothers, a 42-year-old Dutch man launched a free “baby making” service nine years ago.
The man had sex with 15 women every month, and has fathered 82 children so far.
Ed Houben stayed a virgin till the age of 34. He usually waits for women to come . . . → Read More: Dutch man fathers 82 children, helping childless women
10. Munnar Road, Kerala
This hill station is just like paradise on earth. Snow topped mountain hills, unique faunas and floras, and fogy cloudy whether will make your drive full of enjoyment and excitement.
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An ambassador-at-large Nasir Ali Khan has set a new record of foreign trips as he has undertaken as many as 30 tours of 25 countries in a matter of 24 months.
The Islamabad-based gentleman, who is an optician by profession, is known to be a close friend of Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi.
Khan spent . . . → Read More: Ambassador-at-large Nasir Ali Khan undertakes 30 foreign trips in two years