Volume 10 Issue # 48-49{ July 15 to July 29, 2015 }
 
 

Blade Manufacutres in Pakistan

 

 

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{ FRONT PAGE } { NATIONAL } { INTERNATIONAL } { ECONOMY } { EDUCATION } { SPORTS } { RELIGION } { WOMEN }
Front Page
Indian posturing for peace
Nasim Ahmed

The outcome of the Nawaz-Modi meeting on the sidelines of the SCO summit in the Russian city of Ufa has drawn widely divergent comments from different quarters. While some have characterized the talks as an....

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Probes delayed is justice defied
 
Muhammad Hassan

A large number of key figures of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) have joined the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) of Imran Khan and rumours of more desertions have panicked its leadership. In the situation, it.....

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National/Politics
Finally face to face: Kabul-Taliban talks in Murree
 
Raza Khan

After the first-ever official face-to-face meeting between the Afghan government and the insurgent group, the Afghan Taliban, in the Pakistani city of Murree, facilitated by Islamabad, hope has risen for a breakthrough......

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Unprecedented accountability
Muhammad Ali

When the Ehtesab Commission of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa arrested Minister for Mines and Minerals Ziaullah Afridi on charges of misappropriation of funds and misuse of authority last week, it was the first instance in.....

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Pakistan's triumphant leap in the Indian Ocean
Muhammad Azam Khan

Pakistan recently took a triumphant leap in the Indian Ocean where it's well-regarded claim over the continental shelf was unanimously endorsed by the United Nations. It was the Pakistan navy which, for the first time in.....

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Pakistan's admission to the SCO
Amna Malik

After years of holding observer status, the process of Pakistan's accession to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) as full member state has started at the SCO/BRICS Summit 2015, held in the Russian city.....

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Internation
Pakistan: Where the corrupt rule the roost
Faheem Amir

Pakistan has the most corrupt ruling elite in the world. This ruling elite is not willing to shun its corrupt practices, in which it has been indulging since the creation of Pakistan......

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Is our school not a school?
Jyoti Punwani, Mumbai Mirror

Danish Reyaz runs Maeeshat, a website devoted to the "Muslim economy", which holds regular business summits to "integrate Muslim business with the mainstream"', and with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's .....

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Syrian refugees: forced to flee as crisis deepens
Sam Jones and Kareem Shaheen

The conflict in Syria has now driven more than four million people — a sixth of the population — to seek sanctuary in neighbouring countries, making it the largest refugee crisis for a quarter of a century, according to......

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Cyberspace
Malware more malevolent
Abrar Hussain

Cyber activity will continue alive for the foreseeable future and, hence, the cyber criminals; you cannot escape them. They are organized, you are mostly casual. They are criminal gangs, you are an.....

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Economy
Welter of water woes
Tahira Mansoor

Pakistan is, perhaps, the only country in the world that is under severe water stress despite having abundant water, that is regularly thrown in the sea.....

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Education
Foreign funding fails to realize literacy goals
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

This is a strange, incomprehensible account. Mr. A. lacks resources to provide protection to his children against the odds of life. One of his well-wishers Mr. X. offers him financial assistance with the condition that.....

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Agriculture
Wilful destruction of the global habitat
Madiha Ijaz

Environmental problems are piling up high around us. Indeed, our planet is poised at the brink of a severe environmental crisis, rendering us vulnerable to disasters and tragedies and in a state of planetary emergency.....


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Sports
Younis scales new heights in historic triumph
Talha Tufail Bajwa

The Pakistan cricket team wrapped up the 3-match Test series against hosts Sri Lanka in a record-breaking fashion last week in Pallekele.
Former skipper and veteran batsman Younis Khan rose to the occasion......

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Book Review
Red Queen
Victoria Aveyard

The Reds are commoners, ruled by a Silver elite in possession of god-like superpowers. And to Mare Barrow, a seventeen-year-old Red girl from the....

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Women
The strategic landscape: continuity and change
Mercy A. Kuo and Angie O. Tang

[The Rebalance authors Mercy Kuo and Angie Tang regularly engage subject-matter experts, policy practitioners and strategic thinkers across the globe for their diverse insights into the U.S. rebalance to Asia.].....

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Health / Sci-Technology
Searing sun seen in X-rays

NuSTAR usually spends its time examining the mysteries of black holes, supernovae and other high-energy objects in space. But it can also look closer to home to study our Sun......

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Hypertension does not mean too much tension

"It's always good to manage stress, that's always good for your health writ large, but for hypertension in particular stress management will not be enough," Dr. Barbara G. Bokhour told Reuters Health by phone.....

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Black hole bull's-eye revealed

Recently, a team led by Andrew Beardmore at the University of Leicester, U.K., imaged the system using the X-ray Telescope aboard Swift, revealing a series concentric rings extending about one-third the apparent size of a full.....

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Diabetes, heart disease cause early death

People suffering from both diabetes and heart disease are at a greater early death risk than people with just one condition or no disease, a study said.
After analysing more than 135,000 deaths that occurred during prolonged.....

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Showbiz
text Vidya Balan stands for equality

There are some actors who do not define a role, they completely redefine it. Vidya Balan has been doing it with amazing consistency. Whether it was her poignant role in Kahaani or the desperate hunger.....

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text Ellie Goulding recording Bond theme?

Ellie Goulding has fuelled rumours that she'll be recording the theme song for the next James Bond movie, Spectre. The British singer hinted at her involvement in the film when she took to Twitter to post a James Bond.....

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text Keith Richards goes solo again

Keith Richards will release a new solo album after 20 years this fall. The Rolling Stones guitarist announced the September 18 release of Crosseyed Heart last week. It's his third solo album. The first......

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text Duncan Jones' world of Warcraft

Director Duncan Jones (pictured) is finally happy to be at Comic-Con with something to show audiences. It's his third year at the convention hyping his film Warcraft, a fantasy adventure based on the popular video.....

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