As calm as he may look on the outside, an ‘angry’ Imran Khan has set out to kick out politicians from Pakistan. A newly launched Angry Birds-styled game for Android users shows the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief taking on politicians from different parties.
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By Gulfam Mustafa
Recently, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani announced the government’s top priorities for the next budget. Electricity and employment top the list. Although this is all good news, I would like to ask our premier, what about education?
Without a doubt, the electricity crisis is the most important issue Pakistan is facing . . . → Read More: No more neglecting education
By Taimur Arbab
A few days back, taking advantage of my weekly holiday, I decided to renew my passport. Fearing that a late arrival at the passport office would lead to having to wait in a never ending line, I made sure I reached the premises at around 8 am.
Having paid the renewal . . . → Read More: Living with an immoral society
By Anwar Iqbal
“I would explain all my grief, dot-by-dot, point by point, if heart-to-heart we talk and face-to-face we meet,” this was Qurrat-ul-Ayn Tahira or Tahirih, as she is known in Iran. “To catch a glimpse of you, I am wandering like a breeze, from house to house, door to door, place . . . → Read More: Aesthetics of Taliban
FAISALABAD: Two women and their two daughters were injured in acid attacks on Thursday.
A woman and her daughter suffered an acid attack in the Barana area.
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Communicable diseases still account for a major cause of death in Pakistan while health indicators have been slow to improve due to various external and natural factors.
According to the Economic Survey 2011-12, the National Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI) highlighted that the seven killer communicable diseases – tuberculosis, poliomyelitis, diphtheria, pertussis (bacterial disease that . . . → Read More: Contagious diseases contribute to a significant amount of deaths in Pakistan
Our galaxy is on a collision course with its nearest neighbour, Andromeda, and the head-on crash is expected in four billion years, the US space agency NASA says.
Astronomers have long theorised that a clash of these galaxy titans was on the way, though it was unknown how severe it might be, or when, with . . . → Read More: Clash of the Galaxies