Electoral System in Democratic Countries

One of the most often problems faced by many democratic countries is the process of voting. There are about 192 countries in the world and within them about 123 are democratic. Every country has its own voting system through which they elect their leaders and government. When we talk about the voting system the power... Continue Reading →

The Cataclysm Wave Of Revolution

The wave of French revolution arose somewhere from 1987 to 1989 in various parts of Europe, especially in France, Poland, Dutch republic and Austria. And as a result, it finally broke out in the form of 5th October incident. The French revolution is very important in history because the French were considered one of the... Continue Reading →

What Are Healthy Lifestyle Habits?

An almost-100 year lifespan, a perfect figure, a glowing skin, six pack abs and being satisfied with oneself entirely may seem like quite a challenging goal to achieve to many people. Sometimes, almost impossible too. But really, it's just about commitment, will power, compromise, some motivation and being able to engage in healthy behaviors on... Continue Reading →

Consumer Behavior – Applications

Consumer Behavior Consumer behavior is the study of how the consumer of a society thinks, makes reasoning, feels and make decisions and selections from the different types of items available. This helps the marketers to improve their techniques and strategies by understanding their perceptions and demands (Blackwell, 2006). The environment plays a very important role... Continue Reading →

Air Pollution – A Threat For Us

The air we that we breathe in and breathe out every minute of every day can be poisonous for us. The rapid increase in air pollution is causing a real threat to human life. Increasing vehicles and burning motor oil are adding carcinogens and poisonous gases. Pollen, mold, ozone, and black smoke in short everything that we... Continue Reading →

Terrorism In Pakistan & Around The World

Introduction: Terrorism is not new and even though it has been used since the early times of recorded history, it can still be fairly hard to define terrorism. Terrorism has been described variously as both a tactic and strategy; a crime and a holy duty; a justified reaction to oppression and an inexcusable abomination. Terrorism... Continue Reading →

Critique on “Being A Man” by Paul Edward

Link to Original Article Paul Edward Theroux is an American travel writer and novelist whose many works have already been adopted as documentaries. He has published numerous works of fiction which have been adopted as featured films also. He is best known for his work, “The Great Railway Bazaar” which he wrote during his travel... Continue Reading →

Critique on, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” by Howard Schweber

Link to the original article The article, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” has been written by Howard Schweber. This article appeared first in The Friday Times, Lahore in 2010 .The author wrote this article after his teaching experience at Lahore University of Management Sciences and is mainly based on his observations made during that time. Schweber is an Associate... Continue Reading →

Power Does Not Corrupts Absolutely

Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely? Absolutely not. In the words of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, the concept of a powerful entity revolves around the “domination of other humans as much as the exercise of control over one’s environment”. To have power, in its essence, refers to one’s ability to be so influential as to... Continue Reading →

Reading Habits Changing Over Time

Today, there is something missing in our lives, something which could help us grow in a beneficial way, which could help us improve our civilization and culture. That “something” is not some angel’s spell but actually it’s the ability and skill of reading which has been engraved deep down somewhere inside us. It’s not exactly... Continue Reading →

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