Volume 10 Issue # 35{ April 16 to April 22, 2015 }
 
 

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{ FRONT PAGE } { NATIONAL } { INTERNATIONAL } { ECONOMY } { EDUCATION } { SPORTS } { RELIGION } { WOMEN }
Front Page
Consensus on neutrality
Nasim Ahmed

After five days of detailed discussions on the Yemen war, the joint session of parliament last week adopted a unanimous resolution calling upon the government to remain neutral in the conflict so as to play a proactive....

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PTI's House-coming
 
Muhammad Hassan

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has returned to the assemblies after the formation of a judicial commission to probe alleged rigging in the 2013 general election. Except the Pakistan Peoples Party and the Jamaat-i-Islami, all political.....

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National/Politics
Arabs friends dictating Pak foreign policy options
 
Raza Khan

The threatening statement of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) state minister for foreign affairs, that Pakistan would have to pay "a heavy price" for having an "ambiguous" stand on the Yemen issue; and a resolution by a conglomeration......

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Bakhtawar to replace Bilawal?
Muhammad Ali

Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's long stay abroad has lent credence to rumours that he has serious differences with his father and he is being replaced by his sister Bakhtawar. Bilawal or Bakhtawar, it will.....

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Illicit flow of money from the developing world
Nasim Ahmed

The flight of capital from developing countries like Pakistan is an old phenomenon. It is widely known that for security reasons businessmen shift their capital to more safe havens......

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How Sri Lanka won the war
Peter Layton

How to win a civil war in a globalized world where insurgents skillfully exploit offshore resources? With most conflicts now being such wars, this is a question many governments are trying to answer.....

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Internation
Obama, Castro, agree to foster "a new relationship"
Karen DeYoung and Nick Miroff

President Obama and President Raúl Castro symbolically ended more than a half-century of official estrangement between the United States and Cuba here Saturday in a historic-face-to-face meeting that Obama said put them.......

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Syrians in Lebanon: We can neither leave nor stay
Sarah Weatherbee

Facing a sustained influx of refugees fleeing Syria's civil war, the Lebanese government imposed visa restrictions on Syrians this January.
Now, in order for their residence in Lebanon to remain legal, Syrians......

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The young hopes of Kenya, laid in the grave
Jeffrey Gettleman

The cars swung out onto Thika Road, Kenya, one by one. They moved together, in a line on Friday morning, past miles of apartment buildings, up into the hills, deeper and deeper into rich green farmland. In front, a hearse.......

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Cyberspace
Marketing for money making
Abrar Hussain

The Internet offers a lot, in terms of entertainment, information, guidance, analysis, and, above all, money. The last award is reserved for those only who are committed to conquer. In fact, the internet is the virtual world where work......

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Economy
Egregious failure of the FO
Tahira Mansoor

State economic managers in Pakistan operate on a mindset that selling products abroad is the sole responsibility of private sector exporters, although they themselves are frequently approached by foreign diplomats who.......

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Education
Good news on the Punjab education scene!
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

One has to wait for long to receive good news in the field of education in Pakistan. A few days ago, such was the case shared with the public by the provincial government of the Punjab. The chief minister inaugurated......

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Agriculture
Wheat: the worth-working on
Madiha Ijaz

Research and surveys in the agriculture sector continue, most importantly in pursuit of achieving maximum production in crops, especially wheat. Two reports, both concerning wheat crops, were of special importance.....


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Sports
It's all about post-World Cup retirements
Talha Tufail Bajwa

The day of March 29, 2015, has great significance for cricket enthusiasts the world over. This day not only gave Australia its 5th cricket world title, but also brought an end to ODI careers of around a dozen top cricketers of the world......

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Book Review
Pakistan on the Brink: The Future of Pakistan, Afghanistan and the West
Ahmed Rashid

With Bin Laden dead, Pakistan threatened by internal power struggles, relationships between the United States and Pakistan at an all-time low, and as the....

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Women
How to tackle the Balochistan problem
Faheem Amir

Last week, militants attacked a construction site in the Gogdan area of Turbat and gunned down 20 labourers while injuring three others. According to the reports, sixteen of those killed belonged to the Punjab and four to.....

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Health / Sci-Technology
Violent formation of the moon: New view

Within the first 150 million years after our solar system formed, a giant body roughly the size of Mars struck and merged with Earth, blasting a huge cloud of rock and debris into space. This cloud would eventually coalesce......

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Even diet sodas can bloat your waistline

If you drink diet soda thinking it will help you shed unwanted belly fat, nothing could be further from the truth, says a new study.
For the study, researchers gathered data on health......

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Be grateful to people for healthier heart

Showing gratitude towards people, appreciating their good work and having a thankful outlook towards life can result in an improved mental and physical health in patients with asymptomatic heart failure, a new research......

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Our sun came late to the Milky Way's star-birth party

In one of the most comprehensive multi-observatory galaxy surveys yet, astronomers find that galaxies like our Milky Way underwent a stellar "baby boom," churning out stars at a prodigious rate, about 30 times faster.....

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Showbiz
text Preity Zinta to judge Nach Baliye

The Star Plus's celebrity dance reality show is back again with a number of surprises, including the judges of the show. This season the show is going to be judged by Bollywood actress Preity Zinta, Chetan Bhagat......

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text Kareena's new movie Gabbar reveals first look

After kicking Karan Johar's film, Shuddhi to the curb, Kareena Kapoor is currently filming for Bajrangi Bhaijaan and it looks like she has other projects lined up as well......

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text Do not disturb Clooney!

Actor George Clooney and his wife Amal Alamuddin have taken action to discourage locals and fans from disturbing them. The actor has a warning posted around his exclusive enclave at Lake Como in Italy......

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text Kangana Ranaut slams paid news

Kangana Ranaut hasslammed the trend of paid entertainment news, saying that the focus should be on getting into news due to a film's content rather than fluff. The National Award-winning actress expressed.......

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