Zardari calls himself Bhutto’s spiritual son

Asking his party workers to start preparations for the upcoming elections, President Asif Ali Zardari has claimed that he is the spiritual son of Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. He said that he was a follower of Bhutto and would lead the PPP, the party that he co-chairs now, to astounding success . . . → Read More: Zardari calls himself Bhutto’s spiritual son

A date for you

According to Islamic traditions, dates are an important item for breaking the fast during Ramadan and the increase in their consumption comes as a good sign, especially in matters related to health.

“Dates are the most popular item compared to any other fruit in Ramazan and mostly the fruit sellers offer dates exclusively at their . . . → Read More: A date for you

Pakistan Hockey team sets out to win Olympics

By Raheel Hanif

Pakistan start their genuine medal quest to appear on the medals table today (Saturday) when hockey team kicks off their Olympics campaign against Spain on the new-look blue turf today. Three times Olympic champions and four times world champions Pakistan have slumped at international level after poor planning and with talent becoming . . . → Read More: Pakistan Hockey team sets out to win Olympics

Travel industries prepare for boost in Muslim tourists

By Martin Abbugao

From halal spas to prayer rooms at airport terminals, the global tourism industry is gearing up for a projected boom in Muslim travel over the next decade, experts say.

Their growing number and affluence means Muslims — especially from the oil-rich Middle East — are travelling like never before, and it . . . → Read More: Travel industries prepare for boost in Muslim tourists

The dearth of colleges in Lahore

From thousands who sat for the matriculation examination, only 20 percent students will be able to find a place in a government college and the rest will be left at the mercy of private institutions since there is no place in the government colleges, Pakistan Today learnt on Sunday.

According to a Director Public Instruction . . . → Read More: The dearth of colleges in Lahore