Government of Pakistan’s Continuous efforts to fight the Locust | Latest Report

fighting the Locust in Pakistan

Islamabad, (Gofrixty News Correspondence / Pakistan News | 25th August 2020) Besides Coronavirus, Pakistan is also fighting against the Locust (Tiddi/Makar) outbreak. In this fight, 40 crop sprays were delivered to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), Pakistan. They are manufactured by Micron Group (A British Owned Company). Watch The rise of ISIL is expected in case the civil war in Libya exists They were sent via the UK’s Royal Air Force (RAF) early in the morning of 24th August 2020. These 40 crop sprays were sent to help Pakistan…

A friendly cricket match was played between Pakistan HC VS WCC

A friendly cricket match was played between Pakistan HC VS WCC

London, (Gofrixty News Desk/ International News/ Sports News | 25th August 2020) A friendly cricket match was played at the Wheatsheaf Recreation Ground Woking between Pakistan High commission & Woking Cricket Club Teams amid to reduce the gloom created by COVID-19 Pandemic. The 25-over friendly match was scheduled on 23rd of August, 2020 and it was played in a very healthy environment. Pakistan High commissioner. Muhammad Nafees Zakaria, along with the Hon. Jonathan Lord MP inaugurated the match. The hall of fame announced legendary Pakistan cricketer, Zaheer Abbas, had also…

What is Jihad? How every individual can be a part of it?

what is Jihad by rehmatullah personal opinion gofrixty

What is Jihad? Is fighting against the enemies of ‘Muslim Ummah’ is the only way of participating in Jihad? Is it for a fight to explore new lands or defend the Muslim community from their enemies? How people living in the west interpret it? And it actually needs to be interpreted? What are the believes, norms, and values of Jihad? Yes, there are so many questions that you are passionate to know. And that is the motivation of my writing this piece of the write-up to let people know the…

An Analysis of Pakistan Foreign policy in Ayub Khan’s Regime

an analysis of ayub khan regime of the foreign policy of Pakistan by faizan

Abstract This research paper narrowly follows the foreign policy of Pakistan during the 1960s period which was fashioned by President Ayub Khan and foreign minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Retrospectively, Pakistan’s foreign policy inclined toward the United States of America. Pakistan had signed many alliances with US while in this phase of time Pakistan foreign policy thinkers started to transit the alignment policy from West to Eastern bloc of communist countries. Transition process had started with the development projects which Pakistan had initiated with communist and Afro-Asian countries i.e. Oil exploration,…

Dates Fruit & Cultivars needs attention from the government of Pakistan

Dates Fruit

Thousands of years ago people of the Middle East & Indus Valley have used Dates as a staple food only for the people residing near Indus valley. After that, Dates fruit was also introduced in Mexico, California, and other parts of the world, and it is considered a staple food for people all around the globe. In our religion Islam, and other religions of the world, Dates have specific importance. Dates are mentioned 20 times in the Holy Quran and more than 50 times in the Bible. Dates are used…

Cartoons: How they benefit people in learning?

Cartoons

“I like physics  but I love cartoons” ( Theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking) The terminology used by the great physician Stephen Hawking in favor of watching cartoons is enough evidence to show the positive side of watching them in developing the creative mindset of kids. They are our teachers. Sometimes we learn much more from the different characters shown in the particular cartoon film & at the same time, we try to act like our special loved one sketch character in our lives. Words are not enough to express how they…

Anti-Politics Phenomenon and Pakistan

Anti-Politics Phenomenon and Pakistan personal opinion by Athar Hussain

Aristotle had once said, “Man is by nature a political animal.”  This quotation portrays the natural approach of individuals towards politics means politics can not be segregated from the lives of masses. Politics is the persuasion of interests through the art of bargaining. Moreover, it is an effort to secure one’s rights and values. Politics is an evolution of mental approach and understanding, for it prefers negotiation, cooperation, and peaceful means to resolve conflicts than hostile means of using violence. In developed countries, youth is highly encouraged to be part…

Snakes: Types, details, and facts

Snakes: Types and Details

16-July has been celebrated as “The World Snakes Day” all over the world. The main theme of this day is to keep people aware of these species. Except for Antarctica, Snakes found in all the parts of the world. There are about 3,500 known species found. Amongst them, only 600 are venomous, and rest all are non-venomous. Within these venomous snakes, only 200 are such species that are highly venomous and whose bite can not be treated at the given time. The world’s smallest venomous snake is spotted dwarf adder…

Ertugrul vs Fauda: Reality vs Fiction and Propaganda

Ertugrul vs Fauda

The world is now a global village. The types of war have changed. You may have heard about the 5th generation warfare. Yes, it is on in the shape of Ertugrul vs Fauda. In the late 20th century, the United States of America used fifth-generation warfare. They used it against USSR’s communism and later against the Muslims in the name of the war on terror. On the other hand, India used its film industry to spread hatred against Pakistan and Muslims by naming them the terrorist supporters. In reality, the…

An analysis of agricultural policies of Ayoub Khan’s regime | 1958-1968

An analysis of agricultural policies in Pakistan of Ayoub Khan's regime 1958-1968

Abstract The growth rate in agriculture during Ayoub Khan’s regime was remarkable. This sector at the time of economic recession proved very fruitful in strengthening the economy of Pakistan for the time being. Polices which were formulated in this sector were solely responsible for development. Though the policies were given by one man Ayoub Khan and were not passed from the parliament despite this agriculture sector boomed up. The study suggests that for the first time this sector was strengthened. Before this no any polices and planning was available. This…