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Is Moratorium Needed On Capital Punishment In Pakistan?

Capital punishment is still the case in many countries around the globe despite massive human rights concerns by international organizations and non-governmental firms. Though legal it is thought to denounce human rights and as a disrespectful act towards humanity. It is also known as the death sentence and is awarded …

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Summer Vacation in Punjab to Start from May:

Education Department in Punjab has decided to start the summer vacation for both public and private schools in May due to the commencement of the holy month of Ramadan. The decision has been made in a meeting by the education department in which all stakeholders indulging private schools as well …

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Shab-e-Barat Will be Observed Tonight

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Fifteenth of the Shaban is observed as Shab-e-Barat – the night of blessings and forgiveness. Shab-e-Barat will be observed in the night between Saturday and Sunday. Muslims around the globe visit graveyards to pay homage and to pray for the departed souls of their loved ones. Muslims used to offer …

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Important MCQs of Everyday Science

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Rainbow doesn’t have black color in it. Star twinkle due to change in the refractive index of the air on earth. Plague can be used as culture media in laboratories. Rust is caused by fungus. Pepsin is produced in the stomach and is a digestive enzyme. The element nitrogen is …

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Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange:

Who’s Julian Assange? Julian Paul Assange is the founder and director of Wikileaks. He’s an Australian Journalist and a computer programmer. When did he found Wikileaks? Assange founded Wikileaks in 2006, an international level publishing organization revealing war crimes, human rights abuses, and corruption. Wikileaks grabbed international attention in 2010 …

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Solved MCQs of International Law CSS Past Papers

UN Charter consists of how many articles: 111. The status of the statute of the International Court of Justice is an integral part of the UN Charter. The term “Opinio Juris” signifies the belief that a certain practice is obligatory as a matter of law. The UN Charter also functions …

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