Volume 10 Issue # 05{ September 25 to October 01, 2014 }
 
 

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Front Page
State Bank's warning
Nasim Ahmed

The State Bank has bad news for the people of Pakistan. While deciding the new policy rate, the SBP has enumerated a number of factors which forebode a decline in the country's economic....

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UNDP report highlights Pakistan's failures
 
Muhammad Hassan

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has placed Pakistan at 146th position out of 187 countries in its latest report on Human Development Indices (HDI).....

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National/Politics
Qaedat al-Jihad rising?
 
Raza Khan

Within a short span since its creation, the Al Qaeda's branch in the Indian subcontinent, "Qaedat al-Jihad", has started staging attacks suggesting the new wing of the global militant organization has the required....

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Who will end the impasse?
Muhammad Ali

Sit-ins in Islamabad are now in their sixth week and both sides, the government and protest leaders, believe they are winning. The prime minister looks more relaxed now after all parties in....

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A trillion dollar corruption scandal
Nasim Ahmed

eCorruption in developing countries - and how it destroys their economies and adversely affects the lives of the common people - has been the subject of numerous studies at the UN and World Bank levels......

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After rancor, Afghans agree to share power
Rod Nordland

Their campaign workers traded blows over ballot boxes during an election widely seen as fraudulent. Some of the warlords backing them have muttered about starting a parallel government, a potential....

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International
Scotland overwhelmingly rejects independence
Simon Johnson, Peter Dominiczak and Christopher Hope

Scotland has overwhelmingly rejected independence after a record turnout of voters delivered a clear victory for the No campaign.
Alex Salmond's separatist campaign was resoundingly defeated, with....

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Putin seeks ways to cut Russia off from the Internet
Matthew Bodner

Russia's Security Council will convene to discuss the government's ability to isolate the Russian segment of the internet from the global network during times of crisis, such as military action....

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U.S. and allies strike ISIS targets in Syria
Ben Hubbard, Alan Cowell and Helene Cooper

The United States and five Arab allies launched a wide-ranging air campaign against the Islamic State and at least one other extremist group in Syria for the first time, targeting the groups' bases, training....

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Economy
Making ends meet
Tahira Mansoor

Marketing experts advised companies to change their marketing strategies keeping the psyche of Pakistani women in view who are changing shopping patterns by using their discernment.....

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Education
Teachers: exigent need for quality and quantity
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, the chief minister of Balochistan, made a very interesting statement last week (Sept. 13, 2014). He claimed that his government was pursuing a "zero tolerance policy towards....

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Agriculture
Soil microbes help cut fertilizer use
Musarrat Shaheen

Farmers face a balancing act when deciding how much fertilizer to apply. Applying too much wastes money and adds to nutrient runoff problems. Applying too little reduces yields.....


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Sports
Is "irresponsible" Afridi a suitable captain for the T20 World Cup?
Talha Tufail Bajwa

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) last week re-appointed veteran all-rounder Shahid Afridi as the Twenty20 captain until 2016, three years after he was removed following a falling out with coach....

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Book Review
Vintage Cowasjee: A Selection of Writings From DAWN 1984-2011
Amina Jilani

Vintage Cowasjee is a selection of some 200 columns from the writings of Ardeshir Cowasjee that have appeared in Dawn over the past....

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Women
The judiciary, last bastion of democracy, at risk
Abdullah Bozkurt

The election for Turkey's key judicial council, the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK), on October 12 will determine whether the last bastion of democracy will remain an independent and.....

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Health / Sci-Technology
Astronomers discover a rare black hole in Cigar Galaxy

A team of astronomers from University of Maryland has succeeded in accurately measuring and thus confirming the existence of a black hole about 400 times the mass of our sun in Cigar Galaxy (M82).....

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Five health benefits of rope skipping

Skipping is one of the simplest, easiest and zero-cost workouts. It can be done anytime, anywhere even in the comfort and convenience of your home. Besides being an effective aerobic exercise it is fun too.....

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NASA spacecraft to reach Mars this weekend

US space agency NASA said its Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft will enter orbit around the Red Planet this weekend......

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App to track dietary data, helps lose weight

If you plan to lose weight, some apps can do the job for you more efficiently by reliably tracking dietary data and preparing what suits your body the most, say researchers.....

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Showbiz
text Kim Kardashian wants to star in Downton Abbey

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is keen to be a part of popular TV series Downton Abbey....

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text Want to act with Hrithik Roshan?

Are you a fan of Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan? Here is your chance to share the screen with him....

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text Kate Mara to star in The Martian

Actress Kate Mara will reportedly star opposite Matt Damon in Ridley Scott's next film The Martian......

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text Bang Bang: Katrina Kaif does stunt scenes on her own

Seldom do actors perform stunt scenes on their own. More often than not, they opt for body doubles to enact risky scenes. But Katrina Kaif chooses to be different.....

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