By Sabir Nazar
There is one book in Pakistan that has never changed from the day of its inception, some 45 years ago. The parents of all young children in the country are a hafiz of this book. There is no limit to the joy of parents when their children start parroting voices from the . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s book of alphabets
Apple Inc’s new iPhone goes on sale on Friday with a bigger screen and 4G wireless technology, as the company seeks to safeguard its edge over rivals like Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Google Inc.
The iPhone 5 fulfilled many of the expectations laid out by gadget geeks and technology analysts ahead of its Wednesday . . . → Read More: iPhone 5: lacking the ‘Wow factor’
Extracurricular activities and a little appreciation can go a long a way
While reading about five concurrent curricula which include official curriculum, operational curriculum, hidden curriculum, null curriculum and extra curriculum, I suddenly had a strong argument in my mind that in today’s world it is important for the educators to put equal stress on . . . → Read More: The importance of extracurricular activities
Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday granted pre-arrest bail to Federal Minister for Textile Industry Makhdoom Shahabuddin in ephedrine quota case till Sep 25.
Invoking the appellant jurisdiction of the Supreme Court on Monday, Sardar Ishaq, the counsel for Makhdoom Shahabuddin, moved the court to seek relief against the Lahore High Court’s verdict. The Rawalpindi bench . . . → Read More: Pre-arrest bail allowed to Shahabuddin
Ameer Nawab, who has just resigned from his post as Sindh labour minister, has said that Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah had stopped him from taking action against factories violating labour rules.
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