Britain’s deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has publicly defended MQM chief Altaf Hussain’s statement on breaking Karachi away from Pakistan. Mr. Clegg says it is ‘free speech.’
Mr. Clegg gave a carefully worded statement to Geo News London correspondent Murtaza Ali Shah. In the statement,Mr. Clegg tried to create an impression that there . . . →Read More:British PM defends Altaf Hussein’s ‘free speech’
Citing a bout of ill health,former prime minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf skipped a round of questioning in the rental power projects (RPPs) case that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had ordered a day earlier.
The bureau had summoned Ashraf to present himself before investigators in the RPPs corruption case. Ashraf,who was minister for . . . →Read More:Raja falls ill ahead of NAB questioning
A day after historic elections in the country, the headquarters of Karachi’s largest political force,the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM),were adorned with lights and garlands to celebrate their victory. But in his first speech after elections,MQM chief Altaf Hussain was not in a festive mood.
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Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer chose not to take a long maternity leave after giving birth last fall,but she’s making it easier for her staff to do so.
This week,the firm announced changes to its parental-leave policy,extending the time that new parents can take off. The move comes after Yahoo decided earlier this year to ban . . . →Read More:Yahoo for perks!
It has been nearly nine months now that the Curiosity Rover touched down on Mars. Do not be fooled by its cockamamie drawing penchant:the Rover has identified traces of calcium (often associated with water),and a stream bed. Around Christmas 2012,the NASA team winnowed down rich in clay mudstone containing small amounts of carbon, . . . →Read More:Living on Mars:don’t ask when
A wallet stolen over two decades ago has finally been returned to its owner —and although the money inside it is gone,it contains items far more precious.
Jeri Cox Chastain of South Carolina was a single mother working two jobs when the wallet was stolen in 1990,NBC reported. Money was scarce at the time, . . . →Read More:Wallet stolen twenty years ago returned
A genetically altered lamb glows under ultraviolet light in this picture taken April 5 and released Wednesday by the Animal Reproduction Institute Uruguay (IRAUy). According to IRAUy,this is the first time transgenic lambs have been produced in Latin America.
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These are our national level politicians. Please watch the video then laugh and then cry! Do we want them to take control of Pakistan and decide the fate of 180 million Pakistanis? Think when you vote!
A staunch supporter and fan of former president Pervez Musharraf suffered a heart attack and died after hearing the news of the ex-army chief’s arrest orders.
The retired general has been facing legal challenges since he returned to Pakistan in March.
. . . →Read More:Musharraf’s 30 year old die-hard fan passes away after news of arrest