Pakistan and India’s war should be against their common environmental challenges!

While Indians and Pakistanis are fond of fighting each other, they frequently neglect their common and alarming enemy - an upcoming environmental catastrophe! What environmental challenges is this region facing? To get a glimpse of it, click on the picture to read!

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Learning to know the ‘limits’ is also a part of ‘learning!

Delusion of knowledge is worse than not knowing. In contrast, admitting to one's limit of knowledge is considered to be a hallmark of learned people. Whereas the knowledge has spread far and wide in this age of media, a behavior exhibiting a 'delusion of knowing' has probably also seen a rise. Click on the picture to read more!

‘Fake quotes’ pandemic: Don’t always believe what you read!

Fake and misattributed quotes are a common phenomenon nowadays especially on the internet. Apart from seemingly providing words of 'wisdom and inspiration', they can also be quite misleading. Therefore, this article attempts to mention some famous and interesting instances of misquotations, some possible dangers associated with such 'fake quotes' and some instructions and guidelines on how to avoid them. Click on the picture to read more!

University campuses: Venues to camp amid the trash?

This is a satirical article aimed at those university students who casually leave their food leftovers on the tables and benches throughout the university campuses. It is thus a pity that those of our youngsters who come from educated backgrounds, are in the process of acquiring higher education and are mature in their age (if not in their thinking) are paying little or no attention to this growing menace.

The rise of ‘stupidity’ — how knowledge is in decline

Despite the advancements in science and technology and despite the wide access to education and knowledge, are we seeing a significant 'rise in stupidity'? Click on the picture to find out!