Warning: Missing argument 2 for wp_register_script(), called in /home/theweekl/public_html/wp-content/themes/colormag-pro/inc/functions.php on line 75 and defined in /home/theweekl/public_html/wp-includes/functions.wp-scripts.php on line 154

Education Reforms: A solution?

It is very obvious to everyone that the education system in Pakistan is very complex and our education budget is very low. The current government, however, focuses more on the education system in Pakistan and has primarily concentrated on bringing more children into schools.

Read more

Nishwa’s Death and malpractice in Pakistan

The Hippocratic Oath requires a new physician to swear, by a number of healing gods, to uphold specific ethical standards. These include the principles of medical confidentiality and non-maleficence.

Read more

Anti-vax movement: Now in Pakistan

Fear sells miraculously. It is the favorite weapon of choice for many politicians. US President, Donald Trump was adamant that there is a strong link between vaccination of small children and autism.

Read more

Asad Umar: The iceberg that sank the Titanic?

At such a crucial time in the history of the economy, when Pakistan is amid finalising a 6-8 billion dollar loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), former Finance Minister Asad Umar’s resignation will prove to be extremely volatile for the current economic landscape.

Read more

Pakistan outranks India and Bangladesh on Happiness Index

Over the last few years, we have all become thoughtful with regards to Pakistan’s economic condition even though every passing day has made life tough for the common man.

Read more

Climate Change and GAME OF THRONES

There is a theory that GAME OF THRONES is about climate change. Within the confines of this theory the White Walkers, who are a zombie-like destructive force, alter the weather during their onslaught.

Read more

#EducationSoWhite

By Humza Irfan Where are all the Muslim scientists? It seems history books have betrayed them. The great contributions in

Read more

An analysis of the poverty alleviation plan

Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Wednesday, announced a massive poverty alleviation plan worth Rs. 80 billion.

Read more

Analysing Pakistan’s economic prospects

Economics is a social science, a wide and extremely important subject that is more relevant in today’s world than it has ever been before. In the context of Pakistan, economics has never been on the forefront of policy initiatives but it seemed as though the prospect of economics would change when the new government and the new finance minister came into power.

Read more

Thar coal: energy and efficiency

Pakistan houses the 7th largest coal reserves in the world which have so far been largely unexploited.

Read more