Volume 10 Issue # 01{ August 21 to August 27, 2014 }
 
 

Blade Manufacutres in Pakistan

 

 

 

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  { FRONT PAGE } { NATIONAL } { INTERNATIONAL } { ECONOMY } { EDUCATION } { SPORTS } { RELIGION } { WOMEN }
Front Page
The Islamabad gridlock
Nasim Ahmed

Politics in Pakistan has entered a critical phase. Thousands of PTI and PAT activists and workers are staging a sit-in in Islamabad in support of their demands which, among other things, include.....

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Karachi operation falls apart
 
Muhammad Hassan

Over 178 criminals have been killed and 2,787 arrested in 3,285 raids since the start of the Karachi operation on September 5, 2013. However, the police in Karachi has set a dismal record with.......

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National/Politics
The Uzbek factor in attacks on strategic assets
 
Raza Khan

The terrorist attacks on Pakistan Air Force base Sumungli and Pakistan Army Aviation base Khalid, in Quetta on Independence Day, August 14, are depressing reminders that the country's war....

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Make no mistake about Thailand's problem
Pavin Chachavalpongpun

The recent gatherings of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Myanmar's capital, Naypyidaw, ended with much controversy. For one thing, ASEAN once again failed to seriously....

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Privatisation of state enterprises: pros and cons
Nasim Ahmed

The government informed the Senate recently that 19 profit-making Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) are on the list of 32 units, which are to be privatized. The government also invested Rs.341 billion during 2013...

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How to solve Pakistan's problems
Faheem Amir

67 years have passed since the creation of Pakistan, but the country is still in search of stability, moderation, enlightenment, equality, fraternity, peace, progress and prosperity.....

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International
Nationalists to rue scare tactics
Ivan Sukhov

August 9 marked the 15th anniversary of Vladimir Putin's rise to a position of power, dating back to when he was appointed prime minister in 1999. Despite his long term in office, the Russian president's domestic....

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America's new mission in Iraq
Gov. Rick Perry

Today, one third of Iraq is under the control of Islamist terrorists. Nearly as much of Syria is dominated by the same jihadists, a group that calls itself the Islamic State.....

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A Taliban-humanitarian affair
Akmal Dawi

As the Muslim world celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr, Afghan Taliban fighters wore new clothes, turbans and shoes - gifts from aid workers. Traditionally parents in Afghanistan endure extra....

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Economy
A balance between services and manufacturing
Tahira Mansoor

Pakistan needs a realistic industrial policy based on projected domestic and global consumers' needs, as all creditable research estimates that over the next 15 years, 1.8 billion people will....

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Education
Downgrading the status of teachers
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

Samina Hayat is a senior teacher at a private school in the Township area of Lahore. She has been working there for the last nine years. An MA in Urdu, Samina is in charge of the eighth class, and....

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Agriculture
The approaching liquidity crunch
Musarrat Shaheen

One fact is now globally recognized that water will be the most precious natural resource in the foreseeable future. In view of this inevitable fact, steps are being taken by judicious governments.....


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Sports
Mahela quits Tests, Younis creates history
Talha Bajwa

Sri Lanka's batting great Mahela Jayawardene capped his glorious 149-match Test career on a winning note when his team won the second Test match by 105 at Colombo to give the star batsman a befitting farewell.....

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Book Review
Gone Girl
Gillian Flynn

On a warm summer morning in North Carthage, Missouri, it is Nick and Amy Dunne's fifth wedding anniversary. Presents are being.....

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Women
How Vietnam tourism transforms their lives
Kim Megson

The Vietnamese frontier town of Sa Pa sits 1,600 meters above sea level in the mighty shadow of Fansipan, Indochina's highest mountain. Surrounded on all sides by a stunning backdrop of stacked rice....

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Health / Sci-Technology
Salty diet causes 1.6 million deaths

LConsuming too much salt leads to more than 1.6 million heart disease-related deaths around the world each year, research suggests. Scientists based the finding on an analysis of 205 surveys of sodium intake in....

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Simple exercises to reduce eye strain

Do you find yourself squinting your eyes and rubbing them in irritation often? Owing to the exposure of the computer screens and mobile phones in our daily lives, a lot of people have started experiencing....

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Life beyond Earth seems inevitable

Astronomers are standing on a "great threshold" of space exploration that could see evidence of extra-terrestrial life being discovered in the next 20 years, an expert has claimed. Life beyond the Earth seems....

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A possible signal from dark matter

Galaxies are often found in groups or clusters, the largest known aggregations of matter and dark matter. The Milky Way, for example, is a member of the "Local Group" of about three.....

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Showbiz
text Jolie praises "Family Man" Brad Pitt

The couple – who met on the set of Mr & Mrs Smith – have been dating since 2005, have been engaged for over two years and have six children together and now.....

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text Nico, Vinz to hit UK number one

After spending five initial weeks in lower levels of the top 100, Norwegian duo Nico and Vinz have scored the UK number one with their second release "Am I Wrong"....

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text Ranveer turns A Manchow Rapper For Kill Dil

Bollywood heartthrob Ranveer Singh is turning a singer again for his film Kill Dil. Ranveer has crooned in his film Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl in the past. Ranveer has now written and crooned a.....

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text Lonely Island set to make new film

Lonely Island is set to hit Hollywood again after it was announced that Universal Pictures had picked up the rights for a new film starring the comedic-music trio. American website Variety reported....

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