Volume 10 Issue # 32{ March 26 to April 01, 2015 }
 
 

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{ FRONT PAGE } { NATIONAL } { INTERNATIONAL } { ECONOMY } { EDUCATION } { SPORTS } { RELIGION } { WOMEN }
Front Page
Rigging and reform
Nasim Ahmed

So, at long last, they clinched it. After months of tortuous negotiations, numerous formal meetings and backroom exchanges, the PML-N government and the PTI finally reached a consensus last week on the formation....

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Chaos or calm?
 
Muhammad Hassan

The government has agreed to form a judicial commission to probe alleged rigging in the 2013 general elections, after resisting it for almost two years. Some experts hope the step will lead to political stability in the.....

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National/Politics
Taliban exploitation of local grievances in FATA
 
Raza Khan

While Pakistan is trying hard to defeat extremism and terrorism perpetrated in the name of Islam, there seems a lack of understanding regarding the sources of radicalization and violence in the country......

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Youhanabad and its hazardous fall out
Muhammad Ali

Terror attacks on two churches in Youhanabad have exposed weaknesses of the government and the state. First, adequate security could not be provided to minority places of worship, despite court orders. Then, the mob.....

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Trends in the global economic scenario
Nasim Ahmed

Globalisation was once a catch phrase, a loose, overused term to describe the process of integration of the world economy. But now it is a reality which we cannot escape. Developments in one part of the world affect the daily lives of......

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Fidel sends message to President Nicolás Maduro
Faheem Amir

Honorable President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro:
As the press has reported, tomorrow Tuesday March 17, an Alba Summit will take place in Caracas to analyze the outrageous policy of the United......

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Internation
Bibi's victory is Kerry's defeat
Edward-Isaac Dovere

Benjamin Netanyahu won the Israeli elections Tuesday, March 17. John Kerry lost.
It's well known in Washington, Jerusalem and the West Bank that Kerry dreamt of being the statesman who finally secured an Israeli-Palestinian.......

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China needs great power diplomacy in Asia
Xue Li and Xu Yanzhuo

China is leaping into the "One Belt One Road" (OBOR) era — a reference to the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. In 2014, hundreds of meetings related to OBOR strategy were held in China......

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Islamic State rises in Libya
Bill Gertz

The Islamic State terrorist group is expanding its operations in Libya with high-profile attacks following the recent beheadings of 21 Christians, according to a State Department security report.......

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Cyberspace
Could the virtual world be "broken"?
Abrar Hussain

The internet is unbreakable. At least, we think it is. That's why when something goes extremely viral, we joke about it "breaking the internet".
This is because that obviously isn't going to happen - but we're.......

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Economy
Ways to improve the economy
Tahira Mansoor

The Central Bank of Pakistan has further eased its policy rates by 50 basis points to 8 percent — the lowest since April 2005. But, economy is still running on external factors that are beyond our control and the private sector.......

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Education
Regulating private schools
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

The month of March brings both good and bad news for the Qaimkhani family, every year. They received that good news this March also: all their four children had passed their annual examinations with good grades......

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Agriculture
Planning to feed the nine billion
Madiha Ijaz

On the principles for responsible investment in agriculture and food systems, there are many divergent views, including on climate change, water, genetic diversity, labour rights; but, by working together we were able to.....


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Sports
Pakistan end World Cup campaign on pathetic note
Talha Tufail Bajwa

The Pakistan cricket team capped yet another World Cup campaign without title triumph in Australia. The green-shirts, overall, have featured in all 11 editions of the Cricket World Cup event with a solitary victory in 1992......

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Book Review
Coming Blowback: How Pakistan is Endangering the World
Wilson John

Reaching beyond the headlines and banners, the book documents, and investigates what the war on terror has missed so far. It nudges the surface of news and....

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Women
When a criminal government loses the right to rule
Faheem Amir

The two suicide attacks on Lahore's churches on 15 March, and the shocking lynching and burning of two innocent Muslim men by a charged crowd after the attack, not only manifests the vulnerability and anger of the.....

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Health / Sci-Technology
High-energy breakfast good for diabetics

A high-energy breakfast and modest dinner can control dangerous blood sugar spikes all day, says a study.
More than 382 million people in the world suffer......

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Green tea can improve MRI scans

Sanjay Mathur, director of the institute of inorganic chemistry at University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany, successfully used compounds from green tea to help image cancer tumours in mice......

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Milky Way's center unveils supernova "dust factory"

Sifting through the center of the Milky Way galaxy, astronomers have made the first direct observations -- using an infrared telescope aboard a modified Boeing 747 -- of cosmic building-block dust resulting......

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Comet probe detects "most wanted molecule": Nitrogen gas

SEA's comet probe Rosetta has for the first time ever measured nitrogen gas at a comet, providing clues to the early stages of the formation of our solar system.
Molecular nitrogen, N2, is the major molecule in the atmosphere.....

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Showbiz
text Shruti records song for Gabbar Is Back in one hour

After lending her voice to two successful songs — Joganiyan and Sannata — this year, Shruti Haasan has sung a song picturised on herself for her film Gabbar Is Back......

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text Anushka Sharma happy with NH 10

Actress-producer Anushka Sharma is glad at the response her debut production NH10 is getting from the audiences and critics.......

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text Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes not on talking terms

Actors Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, who announced their divorce in 2012, reportedly have no communication with each other — not even about their eight-year-old daughter Suri......

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text Kundra praises wife's entrepreneurial skills

Businessman Raj Kundra considers his wife Shilpa Shetty a "fantastic" entrepreneur and says he's waiting for her to make a comeback on the big screen. "She picks up things very fast.......

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