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Restructuring the Thinking Pattern

All is happening in an unconventional way in all spheres of life, globally and at domestic front. When Paris club, fifty years ago, came out with their research findings that in next hundred years world will not be able to sustain the

Uneven distribution of wealth

( Help has been sought from book 'Lessons of History' by Will Durant and 'End of Poverty' by Jeffery D. Sachs) At the other end of the scale history reports that "the men who can manage men manage the men who can manage only things, and

Great Power Rivalries: The Case for Realism

Great Power Rivalries: The Case for Realism - In International Relations, Better to be Godzilla than Bambi When assessing the geopolitical landscape, the primary aim of any state, whether democratic or authoritarian, is to ensure its

Unsung Heroes

World is so magnanimous and so mean at the same time, one is left wandering at standards set to measure the achievement particularly in #Mountaineering . Pakistan is proud to have three young mountaineers this year including two women

Herd Poisoning

(Guideline for this piece of writing has been drawn from Huxley's ' Brave New World revisited')Herd Poisoning is intoxication of individuals when formed in crowds with high emotion and suspension of normal consensus behavior patterns. Even

Art of Leadership

By Dr Atique Ur RehmanManaging human resource and getting best out of them as a team is most difficult task for any leader. Individual skills are nothing unless harnessed into a collective effort.Richard Nixon writes in his book that

Leadership and Power Dynamics

Triangle of relationship between leader, politics, and power is a delicate balance in which leadership occupies the top place. Political institutions provide legitimate platform and strength to leadership to execute power to get best for

Spirit of Soldiering – Alive in Traditions

By Maj Gen (r) Muhammad Khalil Dar Vandalizing of Flag Staff House in Lahore, followed by public sacrilege of a military uniform must have broken the hearts of many who joined the Army for the honour of the uniform and willingness to die