Cellphone videos of the anti-VIP mutiny on PIA’s Karachi to Islamabad flight PK 370 have become a viral sensation, even in India. The flight was originally scheduled to take off at 7 p.m. on Sept. 15 but was delayed, according to the government, by 90 minutes because of technical reasons and another 25 minutes because . . . → Read More: In conversation with one of the mutiny leaders of PIA flight incident
my country, Scotland, decides whether to remain a part of the United Kingdom or go it alone as an independent sovereign nation. I have been a vocal advocate of the Yes campaign, and spoke at its start in Edinburgh in May 2012.
Last week, during a . . . → Read More: Scotland can do it alone
It may sound premature, but it has to be said: the Modi wave has ebbed. Sure, bypolls are not general elections, nor are they a vote of confidence on the incumbent Prime Minister. But these elections across ten states in 33 assembly and three Lok Sabha seats are a clear indication of the mood of . . . → Read More: BJP suffers a blow in by-polls
The 66th death anniversary of the founder of Pakistan‚ Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was observed throughout the country today with reverence and honor.
Different sittings of Quran Khawani were held on this occasion countrywide including the one at the mausoleum of the Quaid in Karachi. Political personalities, armed forces, officials, and citizens visited the mausoleum . . . → Read More: Qaid-e-Azam’s 66th death anniversary observed
A group of over 100 students from Kinnaird College visited various military units and formations at Lahore Garrison on Thursday.
The programme, ‘A Day Out with Army’ has been specifically introduced throughout the Army on instructions of Chief of Army Staff to acquaint students from different colleges and universities on routine functioning of Pakistan Army . . . → Read More: COAS invites college & university students to get to know the army better
The Centre has set up a task force to expedite pending citizenship requests from nearly one lakh Hindu and Sikh refugees from Pakistan and Bangladesh.
This will cut down the time needed for the process from several years to two months and help the people, many of whom were driven from their homes and financially . . . → Read More: India to speed up citizenship process for persecuted minorities from its neighborhood
Wiki Loves Monuments Pakistan is an online photography competition about cultural heritage sites in Pakistan. It is a part of the international annual photographic competition Wiki Loves Monuments, which is officially the biggest photography competition in the world according to the Guinness World Records and organised worldwide by Wikipedia volunteer editors.
The aim of Wiki . . . → Read More: Wiki Loves Monuments… This time Pakistan is in too!
On Tuesday afternoon, as the sun began to set on Constitution Avenue, when Dr Tahirul Qadri took the stage to speak to his followers and Imran Khan’s supporters on Constitution Avenue, the sound system failed him.
Amid repeated requests to his engineers to ensure that everyone could hear the speech, Dr Qadri regretted that his . . . → Read More: Do you know what DJ Butt means?
With the protesters still battling police on Constitution Avenue and the country’s fate hanging in the balance, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan Monday night left the site of the sit-in and headed for his residence located in Bani Gala to “work out”.
PTI leader Arif Alvi posted on social media, . . . → Read More: Khan takes a break from inquilab, leaves for Bani Gala to get some exercise
Actress Jennifer Aniston is on the hunt for a perfect feature film to make her directorial debut. The former F.R.I.E.N.D.S. star has taken on two short films but now she wants to direct a feature movie, reports femalefirst.co.uk. “Directing is the next big hurdle I want to take on. I’ve done some short films that I just loved . . . → Read More: Jennifer Aniston to make directorial debut