Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Should Patari be threatened by Spotify’s entry into Pakistan?

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Update: Spotify, the audio streaming giant, has officially announced that it is launching in Pakistan. “We launch in 80+ new markets over the next few...

The Aurat March persists because it is driven by love

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Now in its fourth iteration, the Aurat March continues to evoke myriad strong reactions before and after its commencement each year. This time, the...

Reddit-Trading: Wall Street confronted with massive change

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Silver prices surged to an eight-year high as Reddit traders from r/WallStreetBets hopped onto the stock, having previously fueled paramount frenzy with the shares...

Interview: What is happening with the CanSinoBIO vaccine in Pakistan?

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State ministers and government officials have given conflicting dates for when the coronavirus vaccine will be available in Pakistan, with estimates ranging from as...

Lahore in 2050: Where will the city grow?

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Lahore is now a city of more than 130 million people, and one of the fastest-growing urban centers in Pakistan. As the city's previous...

Pakistan’s COVID-19 vaccines explained

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The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) announced on Saturday that a special plane has left for China to collect a shipment of COVID-19...

GameStop Gamble: Is Pakistan prepared for social media manipulation of the stock market?

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Reddit went to war with Wall Street—and won—sending shockwaves across global stock markets. In the aftermath, the world’s stock markets wondered: can something like...

War in the time of Twitter: How disinformation shapes Indo-Pak relations

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Consider the following image: the Mazar-e-Quaid stands tall against a clear Karachi sky, overlooking a curious set of events. An airborne motorbike with wings,...

A timeline of the Kashmir conflict

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1846 The State of Jammu and Kashmir is created under the Treaty of Amritsar when Maharaja Gulab Singh bought the Kashmir Valley from the East...

A Suitable Ploy: Hindutva’s Love Jihad morphs into a precursor for marginalisation

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Published in 1993, Vikram Sethi's 'A Suitable Boy' leisurely unspooled the tangled threads of communal tension and conservatism in post-independence India as many had...

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