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The Menace of Bonded Labour in Pakistan’s Agricultural Sector

Agriculture remains a significant economic activity in Pakistan, employing nearly 45 percent of the total workforce. While it generates about a quarter of the national GDP, the agricultural sector is not very productive. Skewed landownership and exploitative production practices remain significant factors in perpetuating this lackluster agricultural performance. The phenomenon of bonded labour is perhaps [...]

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Contending With The Global Environmental Challenge

After long years of oblivious neglect, the environmental impact of economic industrial production has gained some attention. Even governments now do acknowledge that the quality of the environment is an essential part of human welfare. Moreover, projects are especially being designed to improve the quality of the environment, and an international system has been set [...]

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