Volume 11 Issue # 37{ April 28 to May 04, 2016 }
 
 

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{ FRONT PAGE } { NATIONAL } { INTERNATIONAL } { ECONOMY } { EDUCATION } { SPORTS } { RELIGION } { WOMEN }
Front Page
On a collision course
Nasim Ahmed

The swords are out and war drums are being beaten. The battle lines have been drawn. The opposition parties want PM Nawaz Sharif to step down and submit himself to a probe by an independent...

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Army ups the ante
 
Muhammad Hassan

The sacking of at least six senior military officers on corruption charges is unprecedented in Pakistan's history. Though accountability in the military is an ongoing process and remains hidden from the public....

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National/Politics
What sham democracy has done to the state
 
Raza Khan

In the wake of the Panama Leaks and the apparent involvement of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his family in corrupt financial practices, a debate has surged in Pakistan: whether, on the pretext of...

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Half-truths
Muhammad Ali

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has lashed out at the opposition, military, media and judiciary in his last address to the nation. He attempted to create an impression that the Panama leaks, like all problems....

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Fighting poverty through financial inclusion
Nasim Ahmed

Financial inclusion is the new buzz term in the ongoing international debate on issues relating to the fight against poverty and rising income inequality. Financial inclusion means including the maximum number of people....

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Law and order is at the heart of the China-Taiwan deportation dispute
Charlie Campbell

Cloaked in jet-black hoods and wearing green bibs scrawled with marker pen, 77 alleged members of a telecoms-scam ring arrived in Beijing earlier this month after their forced deportation from Kenya....

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Internation
Why the Syrian peace talks broke down
Christopher Black

During the negotiations that had led to the Syrian peace talks, a key question was whether Russia and the Syrian army would be allowed to continue uninterrupted, their military actions against ISIS....

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Earth Day 2016: humans are the most destructive species on earth
Matthew Levitt

We humans have been in existence for less than 1% of life on Earth — In the short time of our existence, we have impacted everything; every part of our small blue planet. Our home!...

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Fear and loathing in the Arabian nights
Pepe Escobar

The Doha summit recently that was supposed to enshrine a cut in oil production by OPEC, in tandem with Russia — it was practically a done deal — ended up literally in the dust....

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Cyberspace
Pakistan falls behind in East Asia
Ahmad Rashid Malik

Meeting with envoys from the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) (namely Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Brunei, and Myanmar) in Aiwan-e-Sadr on April 19, Pakistani President....

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Economy
How to make a city prosper
Tahira Mansoor

It is a well-documented fact that 70 percent of the global wealth is generated by 40 mega-cities in the world having state of the art infrastructure to attract investors from the industry and service sectors...

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Education
Lows and highs of education in Gilgit-Baltistan
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

The United Nations Children's Emergency Fund (Unicef) made a startling revelation in its report State of Children in Pakistan, last year (2015), saying that only four girls attended middle school in Diamer – a...

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Agriculture
Why did Russia's pivot to Asia fail?
Catherine Putz

On the surface, the concept of a Russian pivot to Asia made sense, particularly greater cooperation between Moscow and Beijing. But, as a pair of fellows from the Mercator Institute for China Studies in Berlin....


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Sports
Bencic, Bouchard, Halep tennis world's new darlings
Talha Tufail Bajwa

The game of tennis is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is played and followed in around 150 countries. Tennis has had a clutch of female stars — highly professional, determined, powerful and iconic...

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Book Review
Dark Territory: The Secret History of Cyber War
William Dalrymple

As cyber-attacks dominate front-page news, as hackers displace terrorists on the list of global threats, and as top generals warn of a coming cyber war, few books are more timely and....

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Women
What sort of foreign-policy hawk is Hillary Clinton?
John Cassidy

It is often said, and it appears to be true, that Hillary Clinton is more hawkish on foreign policy than President Obama. But what sort of hawk is she? And, if she were to be elected to the White...

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Health / Sci-Technology
Mice flown in space show nascent liver damage, research shows

"Prior to this study we really didn't have much information on the impact of spaceflight on the liver," said the study's lead author Karen Jonscher, PhD, an associate professor of anesthesiology and...

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From bright flare ribbons to coronal rain

The new images provide insights into one of the central puzzles of solar physics -- how energy is transferred from one region of the Sun to another during and after a solar flare, an explosive release...

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Decoded: How we fall asleep and wake up

Scientists have identified a new mechanism in the human brain that plays a major role in regulating the "switch" between sleep and wakefulness.
The researchers focused on a particular brain area, the suprachiasmatic...

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Astrophysicists find triple star system with "hot Jupiter"

Justin R. Crepp, Freimann Assistant Professor of Physics, was part of the team that discovered KELT-4Ab, a so-called "hot Jupiter" because it is a gas giant that orbits extremely close to one of the stars in its solar....

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Showbiz
text Priyanka has consistently proved herself: Shraddha

Actress Shraddha Kapoor is a fan of actress Priyanka Chopra, who she feels has consistently proved herself with her work.
When asked who her idol was, Shraddha said: "I've always...

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text What's wrong with Jennifer's world's most beautiful woman win

You've probably heard by now that Jennifer Aniston was named the World's Most Beautiful Woman 2016 by People magazine.
Yes, it's great, she's great, her hair is great, she was great as...

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text Karan Singh pens romantic poem for Bipasha

Karan Singh Grover is all excited about his upcoming wedding to Bipasha Basu and the actor has jotted down his feelings in a poem for her. The couple is tying the knot on April 30. "You take...

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text Pamela joins Baywatch cast along with Priyanka and The Rock

Actress-model Pamela Anderson has joined the star-studded cast of the big screen adaptation of Baywatch. Dwayne Johnson announced the 48-year-old star's involvement in an Instagram...

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