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Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai and Indian child rights campaigner Kailash Satyarthi have received the Nobel Peace Prize awards. She became the youngest-ever recipient of a Nobel Prize. Malala Yousafzai at the age of 17 was shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in October 2012 in Swat in Khyber...

Illegal bowling action

December 10, 2014

Leading wicket taker of Pakistan Saeed Ajmad has been sidelined for illegal bowling action and team was trying to find a suitable bowler to fill the gab but shocking news emerged when World Cup is hardly two months away that Muhammad Hafeez has been suspended to bowl for his illegal bowling action. Now he would not be able to bowl until he would not get a green signal...

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced a day of mourning on Tuesday after a party worker was killed when unidentified assailants opened fire on their rally near in Faisalabad on Monday afternoon. All district headquarters of PTI staged funeral prayers for the slain PTI worker Haq Nawaz and the infamous incident prompted protests in various cities of Pakistan including...

It seems that authorities are in deep sleep; sometimes we hear that rats are biting to the new-born babies in the hospitals, newly born babies dying in the hospitals for the non-availability of the oxygen and now shocking news hit the local and international media that at least 10 children suffering from thalassemia have tested positive for the HIV virus after allegedly...

It is the time to take serious measures to put an end to the brutality of the Punjab Police. The have done very disgusting act by beating physically paralyzed people, how a normal person can even think to do the heinous crime.  It seems that no matter how defenceless you are, the Punjab police will bring you down to size. Punjab police, a state outfit so notorious and...

The parliamentary committee for the appointment of the chief election commissioner (CEC) has agreed on the name of Justice Sardar Mohammad Raza Khan as the new CEC on Thursday just a day before the deadline given by the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Once again lawmakers performed their constitutional duty to fill the key constitutional office which has been lying vacant for...

Fighting Ebola

December 4, 2014

Terror of Ebola is spreading around the world but African continent is the worst hit. Countries all over the world are taking serious measures to stop the spread of this deadly virus into their countries. In Pakistan, two suspected cases of the fatal virus Ebola have emerged in Pakistan: one in Karachi and another in Islamabad. But one element is the same both of them...

Tragic news emerged that Punjab police baton charged physically challenged people including blinds near press club in Lahore on Wednesday, leaving some of them injured. It was a gift by the Punjab police to them in connection with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Physically challenged people including blinds were staging a rally on Davis Road...

It has become a bad tradition that until the highest court of the country would not give a deadline, politicians would not fulfill their responsibilities. Governments are bound to hold local body election in the provinces but Supreme Court of the country had to give multiple deadlines to the provinces to do so. Similarly the appointment of the Chief Election Commission...

Waiting for Godot?

December 2, 2014

It seems that our politicians are getting more and more impatient with every passing day. If you observe from their press conferences, addressing to public rallies or political talks shows, they do not let go any opportunity to indulge in blame game on each other. For instance Chief of Pakistan Tehree-e-Insaaf Imran Khan has found number of times calling Chief of Jamita...

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