In pursuit of heaven on earth – Journal

ABDUL Ghaffar, a Tehsildar (local official), was recently posted to Nushki, a town southwest of Quetta. The N-40 highway, known locally as the Quetta-Taftan highway, connects Lakpass, Quetta, to Taftan, a town on the border with Iran. This route is used by Pakistanis, mostly from the Punjab, to get to …

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Multidimensional poverty line in Iran

Today, no one can ignore or conceal the expansion and depth of poverty across Iran, which is becoming a historic event with countless consequences. However, certain phrases like the “poverty line” no longer show the true dimension of this catastrophe. Iranian economists and media use the “multidimensional poverty line” to …

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An abandoned warehouse as a second home?

When Michael Northrup began to fantasize about purchasing an abandoned fruit processing and storage facility in Tieton, Washington as his second home, even his design-savvy friends weren’t sure what to think. On his first visit in 2015, he said, “I brought a developer friend, an architect friend and my best …

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Will Afghanistan end like Iran?

Parties betting on the Taliban should rethink their logic. Most religious regimes have collapsed due to their inability to separate their ideologies from the management of state affairs. Although the Taliban this year looks different from the Taliban who took power in Afghanistan in 1996, they still have the same …

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Iranian university to grant more scholarships to Afghans

TEHRAN – Allameh Tabatabai University in Tehran will award scholarships to 35 talented faculty members and students from Afghanistan this year, up from 20 scholarships in previous years, ISNA reported on Monday. At the Seventh Board Meeting of Allameh Tabatabai University, it was approved that the university annually awards scholarships …

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