When my favorite TV anchor got snubbed by a PPP minister (the party I blame for most of Pakistan’s problems), and I could only agree with the latter.
Media bias remains one of the mainstream issues in political debate worldwide. We have seen Western media for instance promulgate wars for ‘peace’ and decades . . . → Read More: Kaira has a point
What is Gilani's future?
Multan: Regardless of what political and legal experts say, one astrologist is confident that Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani will be safe, whether the verdict is guilty or not.
Renowned palmist, astrologist and numerologist MM Hussain said there were chances that the premier would be awarded ‘minor punishment’ but these . . . → Read More: Soothsayer predicts PM Gilani will stay safe and unharmed
By: Haroon Siddiqi
LAHORE – Pakistan cricket team coach Dav Whatmore has told upcoming fast bowler M Irfan to use his height to extract more pace and bounce that will boost his chances to play for Pakistan in near future, it was learnt here on Wednesday.
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Viruses are known to bring trouble – whether they make you sick or mess up your computer.
But these past few years, computer viruses have become much more elaborate. Criminals do not stop at stealing someone’s personal data.
The cyber menace showed its true potential when the Stuxnet virus targeted Iranian infrastructure in 2010, . . . → Read More: 5 major cyber threats we all face
Thousands of students are marching in Chile again demanding free and better education.
The government said about 30,000 students joined Wednesday’s march in Santiago. Student leaders estimate more than 50,000 took part. A small group of protesters set a guard booth on fire, tried to vandalise a traffic light and threw rocks at police, who . . . → Read More: Students in Chile rally for free and better education
It’s a cry you hear often from journalists in the West, and it’s easy to see why.
A 2010 study in the UK estimated that between 15,000 to 20,000 journalist had lost their jobs since 2001, and the cuts have continued over the last two years. In the UK, the cuts have not just been at . . . → Read More: Journalism in jeopardy
By Saadia Qamar
The star whose on-screen chemistry with Nadeem was probably the only thing to give youngsters their Mills & Boons fix back in the 60s, is back. Lollywood actor Shabnam, who is also referred to as the Queen of Lollywood, is visiting Pakistan with her music composer-husband Robin Ghosh.
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