Rising Hysteria – Youth Migration Challenges for Karachi

Shahid Ali

 

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Zeeshan A. Shah

In 1947, Pakistan became a sovereign state. Since then, Karachi became the capital city and the tipping point for discovery, exploration, history and economics – the city of hope. Due to the high birth rate in Pakistan, similar to other low income high populated countries in the developing world, we are burdened with too many young people. Karachi remains traumatized today crossing the 24 million population mark making it the fifth or sixth most populous city in the world.

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South Sudan crisis increases as civilians flee insecurity

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Peter Louis

Nearly three years after conflict erupted in South Sudan, the regional impact of the crisis is rising alarmingly as the number of South Sudanese crossing international borders in search of safety grows each day.

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The demagogue Boko Haram and the radical flight of terrorism

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Ogunniyi Abayomi

 

An ideology of a malignant affair that eludes a destabilizing compromise to fulfil the fanatic verse of the book in the name of religious belief.

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