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Traditional education about Western civilisation tells the story of how around 1500 CE, Greek texts recovered the lost memory of Europe’s Greek and Roman past and unleashed an era of progress in science and civilisation called the Renaissance. 

Democratic Gridlock
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Society, EU

Modern day politics seems to be taking unprecedented courses. Nations that hold democracy to be their flagship seem to be struggling to uphold this claim.


Is the Past Our Future?
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Society

Man’s cognisance is yearning to move back towards the peaceful and serene environment of the past, away from the technomania of modern times. 

Climate of Protests
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Society, News

During the week, news reports could be heard and read regarding the rising challenge of religious intolerance and the associated extremism, the latter being a natural consequence. Such conditions, wherever they exist, are an outcome of prejudice, bias and vested interests for religious freedom and democracy are very closely connected, both fortifying one another.

Life with Hashtags
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Ahmadiyyat, Society

Hashtags are so heavily ingrained in social media that they seem to many – especially the younger generation – as an invention of Twitter.

Boston, MA – Participating in spiritual practices during childhood and adolescence may be a protective factor for a range of health and well-being outcomes in early adulthood, according to a new study from Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health

Abuse of Power
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Society

The beleaguered mogul of Hollywood moguls, Harvey Weinstein, and his alleged licentious escapades has kicked open a Pandora’s box of sexual abuse that has rocked the world.

Society is formed by groups of individuals who possess different elements that make them human. 

After reading a recent BBC article it was intriguing to learn that scientists have deemed the ages of 10 to 24 to be the age of adolescence.