Volume 10 Issue # 40{ May 21 to May 27, 2015 }
 
 

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Front Page
The Karachi massacre
Nasim Ahmed

The sectarian-terrorist monster refuses to die. It has now claimed its latest victims in Karachi — members of the peace loving, law abiding Ismaili community. Forty-five men, women and children were butchered in cold....

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Unfulfilled promises
 
Muhammad Hassan

The government is about to complete two years in office and claims to have improved the economy but ground realities indicate harsh times for the people. The government had promised to end power suspensions in six months, improve.....

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National/Politics
Schism between Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban
 
Raza Khan

In a rare move Pakistan has condemned the violent activities of the Afghan Taliban and declared that the Spring Offensive by the insurgent group is nothing but terrorism......

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Mixed conclusions?
Muhammad Ali

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) believes the National Assembly will be dissolved and fresh elections would be held this year. Its optimism is based on recent verdicts by election tribunals and proceedings in a judicial.....

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Deeper into the abyss of poverty
Nasim Ahmed

Poverty is a growing phenomenon worldwide despite continuous efforts made over the years to eradicate it. In 2000 world leaders committed to cut by half the number of people living in extreme poverty by the year 2015, and called it their.....

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Democracy departs from Bangladesh
Arafat Kabir

An event that many hoped would bring Bangladesh's ailing democracy to life turned out to do the exact opposite.
Residents of the country's two largest cities went to the polls.....

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Internation
Extremism ever on the rise in Pakistan
Faheem Amir

Extremism and sectarianism are killing innocent people ruthlessly in Pakistan. In spite of their repeated assertions, efforts, plans and programmes, the government and state are looking helpless against these two monsters......

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Israeli government to refugees: Go back to Africa or to prison
William Booth

As Europe struggles to stem a spring flood of migrants from Africa and the Middle East trying to cross a deadly Mediterranean Sea, Israel has begun to toughen its stance toward refugees, telling unwanted Africans here.....

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It's not diplomacy, It's an arms fair
William D. Hartung

The summit between President Barack Obama and representatives from the Persian Gulf countries that kicked off at Camp David was meant to reassure Washington's Arab allies. "Don't worry about the nuclear deal with......

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Cyberspace
Fend off Facebook fuss
Abrar Hussain

It upsets you as much as it comforts you. We face flaws of Facebook without knowing. Computer savvies like to keep personal records in Facebook. Sometimes, these aren't things you would want your boss, or potential.....

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Economy
Dismal statistics
Tahira Mansoor

Economists the world over are questioning the relevance of current dependence on average GDP of a country that gives a skewed picture of the status of the population as a whole. It has been established that the rural population......

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Education
Social sciences research — problems and solutions
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

The findings of the latest annual report of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Public Service Commission (PSC), released in the first week of May 2015, must set alarm bells ringing for academia and the government authorities concerned......

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Agriculture
GM crops explained
Madiha Ijaz

GM crops are in and will likely remain for long. However, the crop modification technique has sparked unending controversy in favour, and against, the genetically modified crops. Global agriculture finds itself engrossed in.....


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Sports
Murray finds place among French Open favourites
Talha Tufail Bajwa

The French Open Tennis Championship — the year's second tennis Grand Slam — is set to begin from May 24 to June 7, 2015. The mega event will be played at its traditional venue Roland Garros in Paris, the French capital. It's the......

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Book Review
Marketing as Strategy
Nirmalya Kumar

CEOs are more than frustrated by marketing's inability to deliver results. Has the profession lost its relevance? Nirmalya Kumar argues that, while the function of marketing has lost ground, the importance of marketing as....

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Women
Pakistan-Afghanistan ties
Amna Malik

That the people to people contact between Pakistan and Afghanistan has always been considered as a means of linkage is more than obvious. This transnational nexus has always defied the existence of physical boundaries and divisions.....

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Health / Sci-Technology
Mapping lunar landscapes in panorama

The "camera pointing system" (CPS) is a sophisticated tool capable of controlling a camera's movement with precision as well as protecting the camera under extreme conditions......

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Can a weak handshake predict heart disease?

Testing people's hand strength could be a simple, low-cost way to screen them for the risk of heart attack or stroke, The Lancet reported.
Canadian-led researchers carried out a large-scale probe into evidence that a.....

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Can vitamin E protect lungs from air pollution?

British researchers have found that vitamin E may help offset the negative effects of air pollution on our lungs.
Lower amount of vitamin E concentrations in the.....

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Maybe dark matter is not made up of heavy particles after all

In general, galaxy clusters grow in size by merging with each other to become increasingly larger. Gravitational forces cause them to slowly come together over time despite the expansion of the universe. The system known as "El.....

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Showbiz
text Preity Zinta keeps personal life private

Preity Zinta says she has decided to keep her personal life under wraps post the publicity surrounding her relationship and subsequent break-up with businessman Ness Wadia.....

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text Sunny Leone charged with obscenity

Bollywood actress Sunny Leone has been booked by Dombivali police here for alleged distribution of obscene content on web and social networking sites. According to a police release, the offence was registered against the.....

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text Ranbir and Katrina, to tie knot next year

Indian actor Ranbir Kapoor has finally confirmed his relationship with actress Katrina Kaif after years of dodging media speculations and also revealed he will marry her by the end of next year. Ranbir, who......

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text Clooney won't play prank on wife

Actor George Clooney is too scared of the consequences to play a prank on his wife Amal Alamuddin. The 54-year-old is known for his love of practical jokes, but he'll not play any one of them on the 37-year-old.....

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