Volume 10 Issue # 10{ October 23 to October 29, 2014 }
 
 

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Front Page
The battle of rallies
Nasim Ahmed

After living through more than two months of dharnas in Islamabad we are now witnessing the battle of political rallies which has begun to hot up in recent weeks. The ball has been set rolling by Imran Khan....

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Why do the PML-N, PPP fret over LG polls?
 
Muhammad Hassan

The ruling Pakistan Muslim League-N and the main opposition Pakistan Peoples Party have come up with several pretexts in the Supreme Court of Pakistan to avoid local government polls for many.....

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National/Politics
TTP commanders join ISIS
 
Raza Khan

Faction after faction is emerging in the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), rendering the group almost ineffectual as a cohesive, centralized unit. However, the new factions may pose a more.....

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All eyes on the courts now
Muhammad Ali

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan believes general elections will be held next year while Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has ruled out any possibility of stepping down in the near future.....

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Global Hunger Index and Pakistan
Nasim Ahmed

Although the world as a whole produces enough food for every living person on planet Earth, a sizeable section of the world population goes to bed hungry every night......

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Germany's new foreign policy: same reluctance to fight
Blomberg

Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark, whose combined populations are less than half that of their German neighbor, have sent warplanes to strike Islamic State. Germany is sitting this conflict out.....

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International
Could China's nuclear strategy evolve?
Nicolas Giacometti

Fifty years ago, at 7:00 GMT on October 16, 1964, China exploded its first nuclear device at the Lop Nur test site, becoming the fifth official member of the nuclear club after the U.S., the Soviet Union, the....

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Did SARS prepare East Asia for Ebola?
Mely Caballero-Anthony & Gianna Gayle Herrera Amul

The the Ebola epidemic in West Africa showing no signs of being effectively contained, and the latest news of health care workers infected with the Ebola virus in the United States, prospects.....

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Democrats' "war on women" narrative may be swinging voters
Peter Moskowitz

The outcome of Michigan's U.S. Senate race could be impacted by a controversial TV ad suggesting that the fact that Republican candidate Terri Lynn Land is female means she is more in tune....

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Economy
Tax evasion
Tahira Mansoor

Increase in revenues is directly linked to proper documentation of the economy which not only includes those units that are not tax registered but also those that pay a portion of their tax liability.......

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Education
Academic research and its influence on policymaking
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

Though there has been a rapid growth in higher educational institutions (HEIs) across Pakistan during the last over 14 years, as is evident from the sharp rise in their numbers from just 32 in 2001, to 160....

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Agriculture
UN alive to living modified organisms use
Musarrat Shaheen

A United Nations meeting agreed on decisions to advance the implementation of the international agreement on the safe use of living modified organisms......


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Sports
Dismal Pak juniors finish last in 6-Nation event
Talha Tufail Bajwa

Pakistan's national game, hockey, experienced yet another shocking outcome when our junior team finished 6th in the six-nation Sultan of Johor Cup Junior Hockey Tournament at the Taman Daya Hockey.....

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Book Review
The Architect's Apprentice
Elif Shafak

Sixteenth century Istanbul: a stowaway arrives in the city bearing an extraordinary gift for the Sultan. The boy is utterly alone in a foreign land, with....

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Women
Time to reinterpret Nobel Peace Prize criteria
Tim Arango and Ceylan Yeginsu

The Nobel Peace Prize is once again the center of debate. Or is it unnecessarily being dragged into one? The debate largely turns on Alfred Nobel's will and its varied interpretations.....

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Health / Sci-Technology
"Good" fat that protects against diabetes discovered

Fat is not all that bad. Scientists have now discovered a new class of molecules -produced in human and mouse fat - that protects against diabetes......

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NASA's SDO watches giant filament on the sun

Asnaking, extended filament of solar material currently lies on the front of the sun-- some 1 million miles across from end to end. Filaments are clouds of solar material suspended above the sun by powerful.....

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Hungry black hole eats faster than thought possible

Astronomers have discovered a black hole that is consuming gas from a nearby star 10 times faster than previously thought possible.
The black hole -- known as P13 -- lies on the outskirts of the galaxy.......

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Family meals protect kids from obesity

Even having as few as one or two family meals a week during adolescence may protect your kids from being obese when they turn into adults, says a study......

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Showbiz
text Taylor Swift named Billboard's Woman of the Year

Country-turned-pop singer Taylor Swift has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year becoming the first artist to win the honor more than once, the music industry trade magazine said on Friday.....

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text Cowell: "I'm the only iconic bachelor left"

Simon Cowell says he is the world's most eligible bachelor now that George Clooney has married lawyer Amal Alamuddin.
The X Factor judge said there is a chance he could tie the knot....

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text Sir Cliff to play UK birthday tour next year

Just weeks after he was questioned about an alleged sex assault, Sir Cliff Richard has announced he is to mark his 75th birthday next year with a UK tour.......

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text Shah Rukh totally obsessed with AbRam: Gauri

Benedict Little AbRam is really a cutie-pie and his doting dad is crazy about him, says mom Gauri about their youngest child who was born through surrogacy in May last year......

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