Members of a student group resorted to hooliganism at the Government National College and severely beat up the college’s principal for disallowing them to use unfair means in the examinations, it is learnt.
A few students, backed by a political group, wanted to carry out cheating during the examination and quarrelled with the National College’s . . . → Read More: Students at National college beat up principal
By Aasim Sajjad Akhtar
AS Pakistan’s love-hate relationship with the mythical ‘rule of law’ unfolds, the very real rule of the danda continues to manifest itself in virtually every little nook and cranny of society, unnamed if not unnoticed.
Every thana and katcheri in this country — the very institutions that purport to . . . → Read More: “Rule of the Danda” in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD - The Red Cross on Thursday suspended most of its aid projects in Pakistan and recalled foreign staff to the capital, following the brutal murder of a British worker.
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George Clooney, who hosts a star-studded fundraiser for Barack Obama Thursday, is a Hollywood A-lister turned activist for liberal causes like Sudan, Haiti – and now the US leader’s re-election.
The movie heartthrob’s $40,000-a-plate dinner is being tipped as possibly the biggest presidential fundraiser ever, bolstering Obama’s coffers to the tune of $12 million as . . . → Read More: George Clooney to host fundraiser as Obama’s activist in chief