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This is to serve a humble reminder to the ruling coterie that Petrol is not the only thing that has eviscerated the social life; the situation is more alarming. If the successive governments had done timely planning to meet the supply and demand of gas, our country would not have been going through the current...

As 2015 knocks at our door, we are witnessing the humanity is entering in an era, that can hardly be termed a peaceful. Few steps must be taken to ensure peace, harmony, and stability among the nation states. 1-            All religions and the sentiments must be honored and protected throughout the world as a common heritage of humankind. 2-           ...

Charlie Hebdo’s last edition seen by millions around the world and worth seeing as the issue was under the spotlight for publishing the depreciatory religious content to humiliate Muslim community around the world which has started rigorous debate against dominant two-way agenda of western towards Islam and Muslims. The values of champions of liberalism, sophisticated...

Gun along with pen

January 15, 2015

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to allow employees of all educational institutions, including teachers, to carry licensed arms on the premises to respond in case of a terrorist attack. Provincial Information Minister Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani disclosed that the provincial cabinet has decided to allow teachers and other staff members to keep their licensed weapons...

Over forty world leaders linked arms leading hundreds of thousands of French citizens in an unprecedented march under high security to pay tribute to victims of militant attacks. President of France Hollande said “Paris is today the capital of the world. Our entire country will rise up and show its best side,”. Seventeen people, including   journalists and police,...

A deadly road accident between an oil tanker and passenger coach late Saturday night left at least 59 dead with scores wounded as both vehicles caught fire. Hospital officials said that they have received more than 57 bodies but the death toll may rise as most of them are completely burnt and stuck to each other. They said the bodies of at least six children were stuck...

According to the estimates of the government, the sit-ins at D-Chowk cost the national exchequer nearly one billion rupees on account of security arrangements. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, in a written response to a question, informed the National Assembly during Question Hour that Rs877.819 million was spent on the security of the sit-ins staged by the two...

Its winter, electricity demand remains less as compared to the summer season. Still, it is a hard time for the people as unscheduled load shedding of electricity and gas has made their lives miserable. The shortages of power are immense; 12 to 16 hours unscheduled load-shedding in winter is nothing else but seems a joke with the masses. Without electricity and gas cold...

At present, Pakistan is facing many challenges, but lack of peace seems the root cause of all the ills of our society. Lack of peace, lawlessness are major hurdles in progress of country. There is dire need to develop the positive and visionary attitude towards the issues to bring the eternal peace in the country. Government has appreciated the political parties for their...

Pakistan announced 15-man World Cup squad on Wednesday, leaving out Fawad Alam, Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal, Umar Gul, Sohail Tanvir, Bilawal Bhatti and including pace bowler Sohail Khan and leg spinner Yasir shah. The 15-man squad includes two specialist openers, five fast bowlers, and three allrounders in Shahid Afridi, Wahab Riaz and Haris and five specialist batsmen....

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