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Thank you Sri Lanka

October 30, 2017

Sri Lanka made history and won millions of hearts as they became the first major Test-playing team to play on Pakistan soil since the ghastly terror attack eight years ago. On the fateful day on 3 March, 2009 the Sri Lankan team bus and a mini-van carrying match officials was attacked by militants near the...

An attack on a senior journalist in the heart of Federal capital on Friday once again proved that Pakistan is in the list of most dangerous countries for journalists for a reason. Ahmed Noorani senior investigative journalist was attacked in a brazen daylight by unknown assailants armed with steel rods, knives. Attackers left Noorani with serious head injuries; he was...

Black Day

October 28, 2017

Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC) and all across the world observed Black Day on Friday to reiterate their pledge to continue the liberation struggle against India’s illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. India had landed its troops in Srinagar on October 27 1947 and illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir in total violation of the Partition Plan of...

Fight against polio

October 27, 2017

The World Polio Day was observed across the globe recently with renewed pledge to work with more dedication in enhancing awareness about the hazards of the crippling disease. Activists and office bearers of social and medical organisations observed the day. Awareness camps and seminars were organised at educational institutes against the dreaded disease. It is pleasant...

An emphatic win

October 26, 2017

After a disappointing test series against Sri Lanka, Pakistan bounced back emphatically to whitewash Sri Lanka in the five match One Day International...

Back to square one

October 25, 2017

The recent rescue of an American woman, her Canadian husband and their children by Pakistan Army was expected to ease relations between Pakistan and the United States. Caitlan Coleman, 31, and her husband Joshua Boyle, 33, had been in the captivity of terrorists since 2012 and their rescue prompted reaction from the United States that gave rise to hope in Pakistan that...

There is no doubt that global warming is one of the most serious issues this world is facing today. Though developed countries are more responsible in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) which ultimately cause global warming, but ironically developing and under developed countries, which contribute less than one percent of these emissions, are facing devastating effects. The...

Positive news

October 23, 2017

Pakistan has a rather questionable record when it comes to allegations of match fixing and spot fixing. Many players have faced such allegations in the past; allegations against some were proven which earned Pakistan a bad name. Back in 2010 Pakistan’s talented trio of Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and teenage pacer Muhammad Amir were banned for five years in a spot fixing...

Child Labour

October 22, 2017

Who can deny the fact that children are the future of our nation and there isn’t the slightest possibility of expecting a better future with such high levels of child labour. In Pakistan, children under the age of 14 are involved in hazardous, physically demanding and exploitative sectors that include brick kilns, rag picking, crop agriculture, fishing, domestic service,...

Unemployment

October 21, 2017

Unemployment is a scavenger and has taken away many lives. Some have been linking unemployment to the growing technology that has pushed away the man power away. Some associate it to the increase of population. While some are of the view that the literacy level is too low and the education system is not preparing the youth for the actual practical life. But one of the...

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