Dr Inam Danish Khan
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THE WORLD IN 21ST CENTURY: A SEA OF CHALLENGES AND A MOUNTAIN OF OPPORTUNITIES by Dr Inam Danish Khan

Posted on December 30, 2014 at 1:30pm 4 Comments

INTRODUCTION

Humanity has witnessed a time-warp of agony, defeat, and despair as much as hope, triumph and glory. The 200,000 year journey from pre-historic era to Millennium era may seem esoteric; nevertheless it stands on agricultural, health and industrial revolutions made sustainable with energy exploitation, infrastructure development and risk management. An edifice of knowledge based scientific, societal and environmental biosphere has enabled the world to flourish;…

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