Zafar Haider Jappa

  • I have heard that every dog has his day but never heard that every donkey has his day too! I think compilers of popular maxims must ponder over this point since the invention of Chinese Ejiao, a medicine that is extracted from donkey’s hide. Only the Chinese have mastery on its manufacturing. ...

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  • Every society has some myths to discuss. Pakistan’s reportedly lent economic planning model of 1950/60s from South Korea is a story sans substance. Empirical and exploratory researches categorise it as wishful thinking. A South Korean delegation’s visit was not all an exercise in ...

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  • Malnutrition has many measures and the most significant one is the stundedness of the children. A stunted child attains short height that does not justify his/her age. International Journal Maternal and Child Nutrition (2016) presents substantive evidence that 38 per cent children in South Asia ...

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  • Was Robert Frost right in suggesting “Good fences make good neighbours”? Why is the world pursuing a volte-face of its earlier propagation of a global village? Canadian born thinker Marshall McLuhan stormed the international media in 1962 by popularising his Global Village innovation. ...

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  • Einstein was surely farsighted when he fantastically preferred immeasurable imagination to measurable knowledge by advocating “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination”. Truly Vietnam has speeded up its economy on the arc of Doi Moi’s imagination it ...

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