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Disability is neither a curse nor an obstacle to success. I strongly believe that persons with disabilities are not people with curses but rather suffering from health problems causing the disabled condition. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are more than 600 million disabled persons...

While talking to the Saudi ambassador-designate to Pakistan, Commodore Nawaf Saeed Ahmed Al-Malkiy, the Federal Minister for Finance, Mr. Ishaq Dar urged Saudi investors to avail investment opportunities in Pakistan and appreciated continued support of the Saudi Government for projects aimed at economic development in Pakistan. But it is mentioned with serious concern...

Out of the three major political forces in the country, two have started their election campaigns for the next elections. Both Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) and Pakistan People’s Party over the past few days conducted a number of gatherings in the turf of rivals. With Pakistan People’s Party Co Chairman Asif Ali Zardari vying for support in Punjab and Prime Minister...

As technology spreads its wings across different parts of the world, it has revolutionized how industries worked. With the advent of internet amongst other technological advancements, the world has become a global village whereby connections and integrations are stronger between people and businesses. Amidst this revolution, the corporate world has found its new mantra...

As the hospitality industry is associated with the quality of service that it provides to its customers, it needs to find ways to sustain and improve this experience. One of the ways through which the hospitality sector is changing its business model is by using technology. The use of technology in the hospitality sector is vital because of the convenience and increased...

Over the years, women have been associated with words such as delicate and compassionate because of which they were confined to perform specific chores only within the four walls of their houses. But this no longer seems to be the situation. With the power to not only bring life into this world after God but also to nurture and shape the future generation, women are capable...

Four people were killed and scores injured when an attacker plowed a car through crowds in central London before attempting to storm the Houses of Parliament. The London assault came on the one-year anniversary of the ISIS bomb attacks in Brussels, brought carnage to Westminster, the heart of political life in Britain. The attack was condemned in the strongest possible...

Corporal punishment or any other humiliating or degrading treatment to children by any person in all its forms has been prohibited in Sindh by a law passed by the provincial assembly. Under the bill, which was tabled by Mehtab Akbar Rashdi of the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional, protection has been given to children against punishments to cause pain or discomfort by...

Pakistan Day celebrations were kicked off in an impressive military parade on Thursday in Islamabad. Chinese and Saudi troops and a Turkish military band...

In recent days, the major cities of the country including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpandi, Quetta and other are suffering from noise pollution. The main reason of noise pollution is traffic noise caused by buses, cars, trucks, rickshaws, water tankers and many more. A research estimated that the main roads of Karachi average noise level of over 90 dB and now it...

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