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Struggle for a better future

Essay “What will I like to see during this Century to make the World a Better placeThe world a better place to live has been the aspiration of the first form of life on earth and it will continue till the course of time, but, the toil from dawn to dusk, the non-ending endeavors in the betterment of the quality of life, the ascending scientific and technological race, the everlasting conflicts for scarce resources and the means to surpass others are all a matter of this domain too, so can we…See More
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Struggle for a better future

Essay “What will I like to see during this Century to make the World a Better placeThe world a better place to live has been the aspiration of the first form of life on earth and it will continue till the course of time, but, the toil from dawn to dusk, the non-ending endeavors in the betterment of the quality of life, the ascending scientific and technological race, the everlasting conflicts for scarce resources and the means to surpass others are all a matter of this domain too, so can we…See More
Dec 19, 2014
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"Look forward and achieve what aspires the World."
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Student of Mechanical Engineering
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Gik Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology,Pakistan.
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Business, Culture, Development, Diplomacy, Education, Energy, Science, Technology
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am a multidimensional person,who at a time keeps a vigilant eye on the international affairs along with the new revolutions in Science and Technology, and values the norms and culture of others and look for possibilities of best utilizing the workforce diversity.

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Struggle for a better future

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