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Wi-Fi-6

Wi-Fi 6

Wi-Fi is about to get faster. That’s great news: faster internet is constantly in demand, especially as we consume more bandwidth-demanding apps, games, and videos with our laptops and phones. But the next generation of Wi-Fi, known as Wi-Fi 6, isn’t just a simple speed boost. Its impact will be more...

Chasing The Fish Pirates

Chasing The Fish Pirates

In the haze of an overcast April afternoon, the rust-stained hull of the Andrey Dolgov slapped its way through the ocean swell, oily water gushing from the ship’s waterlogged bilge as it made a desperate attempt to flee. Pursued by a sleek, heavily armed naval patrol boat, the ungainly fishing...

Knowing Islam Motivation to Learn - Fahmida Mehreen

Knowing Islam Motivation to Learn – Fahmida Mehreen

Must thoroughly understand his or her religion because religion defines the way of life for a person. It is not only about worshipping and praying; it encompasses a person’s faith coupled with societal norms. Therefore, having proper knowledge and understanding of one’s religion is very important. Islam is among the...

Ralph Waldo Emerson  –  The Visit

Ralph Waldo Emerson – The Visit

Askest “How long thou shall stay?” Devastator of the day! Know, each substance and relation Thorough nature’s operation, Hath its unit, bound, and metre, And every new compound Is some product and repeater, Product of the early found. But the unit of the visit, The encounter of the wise, Say...

Jalaluddin Rumi  –  I am part of the load

Jalaluddin Rumi – I am part of the load

I am part of the load Not rightly balanced I drop off in the grass, like the old Cave-sleepers, to browse wherever I fall. For hundreds of thousands of years I have been dust-grains floating and flying in the will of the air,  often forgetting ever being in that state,...

Editorial

Editorial

Dear readers Assalamu alaikum. Hope you are keeping well with your life without much depending on machine. We also guess your home is not automated or controlled by artificial intelligence. You are still blessed being human with all human emotions and feelings. But we are afraid things may change for...

Control Yourself

Control Yourself

Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said, “The strong man is not one who is good at wrestling, but the strong man is one who controls himself in a fit of rage.” (Sahih Bukhari–6114, Sahih Muslim–2609)   Dear brothers and sisters, Our whole religion is based around self-control. One of the reasons...

Hardships Can Make Us Shine

Hardships Can Make Us Shine

“Verily, with hardship, there is relief.” (Surah 94. Al-Sharh, Verse-5)   Dear brothers and sisters, Student life is a very tumultuous time for most teenagers. It’s a complex period of years when you’re trying to balance a lot of new experiences. Although there are some things that are a bit...

You Have to be a Visionary

Do Today’s Work Today

On the authority of Abdullah ibn Umar (R), who said: The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) took me by the shoulder and said, “Be in this world as though you were a stranger or a wayfarer.” And Abdullah Bin Omar (R) used to say: “When the morning comes upon you, then...

Control your emotions

Control your emotions

“In order that you may not be sad over matters that you fail to get, nor rejoice because of that which has been given to you.” (Surah 57. al-Hadid, Verse -23) Dear brothers and sisters, Human beings have two kinds of emotions, one is joy and the other is sadness....

Technology to Find Hidden Graves

Technology to Find Hidden Graves

Forensic anthropologist Amy Mundorff has been identifying human remains for years. Now her goal is to make the search for the missing safer and more successful. One morning in July 2005, Amy Mundorff rode into the Bosnian countryside, tagging along with a team from the International Commission on Missing Persons....

A Decade-Long Explorations

A Decade-Long Explorations

The realization of the circle’s significance, in terms of motif and backstory, together with her arrival at something of a personal milestone, convinced the British-Pakistani artist Shahida Ahmed that it should be the central theme of her first show at the Mussawir Gallery in Lahore. The exhibition titled Full Circle...

The rise of farming altered our bite and changed how people talk

The rise of farming altered our bite and changed how people talk

Humankind’s gift of gab is not set in stone, and farming could help to explain why. Over the last 6,000 years or so, farming societies increasingly have substituted processed dairy and grain products for tougher-to-chew game meat and wild plants common in hunter-gatherer diets. Switching to those diets of softer,...

Shut not your doors to me, proud libraries, For that which was lacking among you all, yet needed most, I bring; A book I have made for your dear sake, O soldiers, And for you, O soul of man, and you, love of comrades; The words of my book nothing, the life of it everything; A book separate, not link’d with the rest, nor felt by the intellect; But you will feel every word, O Libertad! arm’d Libertad! It shall pass by the intellect to swim the sea, the air, With joy with you, O soul of man. 

The ‘Flower Men’ of Saudi Arabia

It’s a perfect selfie opportunity in the most unlikely of settings. Four-wheelers wind precariously up the sides of lush mountains, their backseats filled with Saudi families and tourists from other parts of the Arabian Peninsula. As the vehicles make their way through the cool mist, the passengers intermittently pull over...

Know Yourself and Seek Self Improvement

Know Yourself and Seek Self Improvement

Today, most people like the idea about self-improvement. It’s trendy. But before you can improve yourself, you have to get to know who you are, what you want, and why it’s so crucial to know the answers to those questions. Once you know who you are, what you stand for,...

The Underground Cathedral Protecting Tokyo from Floods

The Underground Cathedral Protecting Tokyo from Floods

Cecilia Tortajada recalls making her way down a long staircase and into of one of Japan’s engineering marvels, an enormous water tank that crowns Tokyo’s defences against flooding. When she finally reached the tank’s ground, she stood among the dozens of 500-tonne pillars supporting the ceiling. In the cavernous, shrine-like...