By K. Hussan Zia
Much has been written and spoken of late about partition of the subcontinent in some sections of the media that questions Jinnah’s motives and doubts if a separate country was indeed called for or good for the Muslims. The claim of the subcontinent’s Muslims to a separate identity is denounced as . . . → Read More: What the History Revisionists leave out
She is a sweet 11 year old, with a gentle personality and a keenness to help others.
So when the Grade 7 pupil was beaten and as a result, suffered a brain haemorrhage, it came as a great shock to her family and friends.
. . . → Read More: As an 11 year old lies fighting for her life important questions are raised
The nation’s fourth case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), sometimes referred to as “mad cow disease,” has been confirmed in a dairy cow in central California, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Tuesday.
The carcass was at a Baker Commodities Inc. rendering facility in Hanford, California, according to Executive Vice President Dennis Luckey.
. . . → Read More: Mad cow case discovered in US
European countries are discriminating against Muslims for demonstrating their faith, especially in the fields of education and employment, rights group Amnesty International said Tuesday.
In a report focusing on Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland, Amnesty urged European governments to do more to challenge negative stereotypes and prejudices against Islam.
. . . → Read More: European countries discriminate against Muslims: AI
A locally-manufactured explosive device concealed in a bag went off on platform 2 of the City Railway Station here on Tuesday evening, killing two people, including a railway police employee, and injuring 63 others.
. . . → Read More: 2 killed, 63 injured in bomb blast at Lahore railway station
Some two years after Google first attempted to sell phones online on its own, the company will try once more. Google Tuesday added a section called “Devices” to Google Play–the first device to appear is Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus.
. . . → Read More: Google to restart selling phones, maybe even tablets
Interior Minister Rehman Malik who has acquired the fame of making free and frank statements has said that activists of PPP, MQM and ANP and some other parties are involved in extortions in Karachi. Malik’s sudden outburst on arrival in Karachi was a clear indication that the government was in the full knowledge of people . . . → Read More: Members of PPP, MQM and ANP involved in extortion: Malik
“Pakistan will receive a record $13.5 billion in foreign remittances – a sign of overseas Pakistanis’ confidence in the economic policies of the government, which have now put the national economy on the path to stability and growth,” Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said on Monday.
. . . → Read More: Remittances worth $13.5b to be send to Pakistan this year