Dr M Ali Hamza

  • An endemic is a disease constrained to a geographical area. But once a disease spreads around different geographic regions at the same time, it becomes an epidemic. A pandemic is a disease that puts the entire world into jeopardy. The SARS-CoV-2; one of the coronaviruses that cause an illness known ...

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  • The demand for a week-long “nationwide reduction in violence” in Afghanistan was announced by the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo to reach a truce between US and Taliban. Completing this demand that starts from February 21 will most probably result in the expected signing of the ...

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  • Reportedly, a total of 1.6 billion people around the world are affected by bribes paid to obtain public services each year, and non-financial corruption might be having, even more, worse statistics, because it is far more extensive, inexplicable, and challenging to capture. Corruption in the form ...

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  • It is natural to cultivate expectations from others, so do the citizens. People have a natural propensity to pin their hopes for bliss and joy on fulfilled expectations. There is nothing wrong with this idea, as long as we have good reasons to believe that meeting an expectation will make us happy, ...

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  • History is documented not only for academic labour. History is there to learn from it and not to commit the same errors over and over again. But unfortunately, we humans are prone to the repetition of mistakes. In the early twentieth century (1920s 1930s) a fanatic type of leader and an extreme ...

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  • An American drone attack at Baghdad Airport, assassinating Gen Qasem Soleimani of Iran, a symbol of terror to USA and Israel, triggered a new ripple of warfare. And beside upheaval in oil prices, the region is pushed to an edge of unavoidable combat. Amir Hatami; Iranian defence minister, has ...

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  • It is a common practice in western countries to set resolutions for the upcoming year. This practice is seeping into our part of the world as well. Setting a resolution is sort of taking a pledge or recommitment of a person to change an undesired attribute or conduct and to carry out a goal of ...

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  • “Muslims who are opposing Pakistan will spend rest of their lives proving loyalty to India,” Jinnah once said in 1945. They are resounding too loud after the Indian parliament passed the Citizenship Amendment Act of 2019. This bill provides a path to Indian citizenship only for Hindu, ...

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  • Sanity is a state of mind that denotes to the rational, reliable and healthy human mind, while insanity refers to an irrational, non-reliable and ill human mind. In today’s’ society sanity is exclusively synonymous with compos mentis which means having the mastery of the mind. Gilbert ...

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  • Corruption dents democracy, slows GDP growth, impedes development by taking resources away from the economy, aggravates poverty, and leads to uncertainty that threatens good governance. It will be justified to express that corruption stands the most damaging factor to any nation after natural ...

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  • Culture is a canopy that forms and holds the social behaviour of human societies, encircling the knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, customs, capabilities and habits of the individuals in humanoid groups. A set of specific standards defined by any culture, in fact, systematises agreeable behaviour in ...

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  • An ideology is a set of beliefs and values that a person, group society or nation has. This expression is particularly employed to define systems of ideas and ideals which form the basis of economic or political theories and resultant policies for any state. Antoine Destutt de Tracy, a French ...

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  • Through a qualitative scientific exploration, cultural and linguistic anthropologist Graham Jones induced credibility pyramid that could apply to individuals, social groups, political parties etc. At the bottom of the pyramid is a band of knowledge and understanding. Although this portion ...

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  • Through a qualitative scientific exploration, cultural and linguistic anthropologist Graham Jones induced credibility pyramid that could apply to individuals, social groups, political parties etc. At the bottom of the pyramid is a band of knowledge and understanding. Although this portion ...

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  • The present government is undoubtedly dedicated to some agendas more than any previous government. Curbing corruption, stabilising finances, taking series and rapid environmental initiatives are a few areas the government is focusing on. Signing MoUs with multiple countries to address the matter of ...

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  • At the end of the 9th round of Taliban-US dialogues in Qatar on September 2, 2019, a mutually agreed declaration proclaiming settlement on 4 points – Taliban guarantee that it will not allow foreign militants to use Afghanistan as a Launchpad to conduct attacks outside the country, the ...

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  • “The Hawdy!” Modi should have been named as How Dare You Modi!, after what he has done to Indian Occupied Kashmir. But on the contrary, his reception in Houston has boggled the concerned but naive minds. These interested individuals in media and other spheres of life spread dejection, ...

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