By Zaki Malik
The following figures are indicative of the fact that Muslims are the least educated people in the world and we are proud of it because our spiritual leaders (neem- Mullahs)have guaranteed that we are the only one who will go to heaven and all others are doomed and bound for . . . → Read More: The Real Reason for the Decline of the Muslim World
The normative context has skewed badly over the years for Pakistan and has given rise to the following question: Do we even recognise what ‘normal’ is? We may have been falsely led to overestimating our potential when we tied into global relationships that were internalised over a prolonged period of association as elements of inherent . . . → Read More: Love Pakistan more than we hate America
Nearly 8,000 visitors were expected to take high-speed elevators up to the observation decks of the 634-meter (2,080-foot) tower to mark its opening. Some reportedly waited in line more than a week to get the coveted tickets for a panoramic view, though Tuesday ended up being cloudy in Tokyo.
Skytree is recognized by Guinness World . . . → Read More: Japan opens Tokyo Skytree as the world’s tallest tower
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani on Monday amended the staff car rules to legalise the illegal use of bulletproof vehicles by top politicians, services chiefs and federal ministers.
The premier amended the Staff Car Rules, 1980 after the Public Accounts Committee gave a month’s deadline to the government to either amend the rules to . . . → Read More: Legalizing the illegal: Bulletproof vehicles for politicians
Renowned TV, film and theatre artist Ibrahim Nafees breathed his last on Sunday after protracted illness. He was 72.
Nafees had been under treatment at a private hospital since April 28. He was suffering from various infections and lost his vision after an injury two years ago.
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