Volume 11 Issue # 40{ May 19 to May 25, 2016 }
 
 

Blade Manufacutres in Pakistan

 

 

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{ FRONT PAGE } { NATIONAL } { INTERNATIONAL } { ECONOMY } { EDUCATION } { SPORTS } { RELIGION } { WOMEN }
Front Page
Panamagate: a deepening crisis
Nasim Ahmed

There are two opinions in the country about the fate of the Panama leaks affair. The dominant thinking is that the government has been successful in its efforts to obfuscate the issue and buried it under..

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Terms of discord
 
Muhammad Hassan

A 12-member committee of treasury and opposition members has been approved by the Senate to draft terms of reference (ToRs) to probe Panama leaks. The government and the opposition have...

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National/Politics
Pakistan foreign policy in doldrums
 
Raza Khan

Pakistani foreign policy seems to be in doldrums as the United States lawmakers adopted a law bill to curb military aid for Pakistan.
On May 19, US House of Representatives while passing the...

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PM's waiting game
Muhammad Ali

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is mired in controversy after his family was named in the Panama Papers. It is generally believed he will survive the toughest test of his life for lack of effective anti-corruption....

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Pakistan's ailing healthcare system
Nasim Ahmed

The deplorable state of Pakistan's health sector has once again come into sharp focus in the light of remarks recently made by the Supreme Court in a case relating to public health. It may be recalled here that the apex...

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Is there any hope of accountability in Pakistan?
Faheem Amir

Politics is the art of acquiring and holding power. In Pakistan, every politician or ruler uses various methods and tools to get the cradle of power....

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Internation
How the West (and the rest) got rich
Vivian Lee

Why are we so rich? An American earns, on average, $130 a day, which puts the U.S. in the highest rank of the league table. China sits at $20 a day (in real, purchasing-power adjusted income) and India at....

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New York and London in new cyber crime initiative
Tony Cartalucci

The ill-gotten gains of New York criminals will be used to fight cyber attacks in London in a new initiative to protect the world's two largest financial centres...

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On John Kerry's hypocritical mission to Saudi Arabia
Pepe Escobar

While the U.S. has been blaming the House of Saud for allegedly supporting and funding Al-Qaeda and for its involvement in 9/11, it is still the House of Saud that the U.S. has to talk to "end" the war....

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Cyberspace
Can Russia survive Washington's attack?
David Blair

It is not only American generals who are irresponsible and declare on the basis of no evidence whatsoever that "Russia is an existential threat to the United States" and also to the Baltic....

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Economy
Use of modern technology on the rise
Tahira Mansoor

New generation is technologically savvier than other generations. They use portable devices more extensively. They use this ability to access the Internet even while physically visiting stores...

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Education
All about teachers in the Punjab!
Dr. Zaheer Ahmad Babar

During the last few weeks, schoolteachers in the Punjab province have been in the news, though not for all the right reasons.
Over a thousand of them, coming from all districts of the...

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Agriculture
Afghanistan's addiction to foreign aid
Catherine Putz

The international community, led by the United States, has appropriated more than $100 billion in aid in the last decade to reconstruct Afghanistan and rebuild its unbalanced economy....


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Sports
Wapda, Army enjoy predominance in national sports competitions
Talha Tufail Bajwa

Results have been considered as the best and logical gauge to measure the performance of any individual, team and department in any field.
In games, Pakistan sports enthusiasts witnessed dozens...

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Book Review
Code Breakers: The Secret Intelligence Unit that Changed the Course of the First World War
James Wyllie

While battalions hunkered down in the mud of western France, anti-aircraft guns took aim at zeppelins floating over the capital, and Atlantic convoys tried desperately to evade....

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Women
UN assessment: Global destruction of Mother Earth on fast track
Matthew Rosenberg and Joseph Goldstein

With no region of the Earth untouched by the ravages of environmental destruction, the state of the world's natural resources is in a rapid downward spiral, a comprehensive assessment by the United...

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Health / Sci-Technology
Hubble takes Mars portrait near close approach

The large, dark region at far right is Syrtis Major Planitia, one of the first features identified on the surface of the planet by seventeenth century observers. Christiaan Huygens used this feature to measure the...

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Ancient tsunami evidence on Mars reveals life potential

"About 3.4 billion years ago, a big meteorite impact triggered the first tsunami wave. This wave was composed of liquid water. It formed widespread backwash channels to carry the water back to the...

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Dietary tips during Ramadan

Ramadan is a month for abstinence and control of one's physical and spiritual desire. If properly managed, it can prove to be medically beneficial for health. The physical aspect can however be taxing...

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Showbiz
text Deepika's foundation launches awareness programme on mental health

Actress Deepika Padukone's The Live Love Laugh Foundation (TLLLF) has come out with an awareness programme on mental health for general physicians...

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text Julia Roberts is like family: George Clooney

Superstar George Clooney is so close to Julia Roberts he considers her part of his extended family. The stars appear alongside each other in new movie Money Monster after having previously...

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text Women are expected to be more well behaved: Jennifer Lopez

Speaking about the sexism that she has experienced in showbiz, actress-singer Jennifer Lopez says women are expected to be more well-behaved than men or they earn a moniker of being...

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text I will get married when I want to: Salman Khan

Salman Khan finally opened up about speculations surrounding his anticipated wedding with Iulia Vantur. At IIFA's press meet, when we just started to quiz Salman about his plans of...

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