Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional title goes to 6 years old Humza Shahzad

Humza Shahzad sat the Microsoft Office Specialist exam, which is usually taken by adults who specialize in word processing and spreadsheets, and managed to pass it with flying colors. In order to clear the exam, Microsoft Certification requires a candidate to score 700 points. Humza scored a total of 757 points on the exam, which . . . → Read More: Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional title goes to 6 years old Humza Shahzad

Jahangir Khan’s plan to bring back squash glory

Pakistan´s Jahangir Khan, often described as the greatest squash player of all time, has outlined a new plan which he hopes will spark a revival of the sport in his homeland.

It involves transforming a situation in which Pakistan, once by far squash´s most successful nation, has had no British Open winner since 1997, nor . . . → Read More: Jahangir Khan’s plan to bring back squash glory

UK votes for Pakistani origin candidates

Candidates of Pakistani origin have secured victories in Britain elections as the Conservative Party takes the lead.

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Jimmy Engineer – much more than an artist

“There is a long list of people who are activists and who take up causes who get killed. It’s an endless list, and it’s a senseless list,” says Jimmy Engineer.

I’m talking to this Pakistani artist and philanthropist on the phone, having him met a few times in the Boston area. Based in Karachi, he’s . . . → Read More: Jimmy Engineer – much more than an artist

Lee Kuan Yew’s impact of modern day Malaysia and Singapore

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The late Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy on Singapore –Malaysia relations will continue to have an impact on the diplomatic ties of these two countries. In particular his insights on the shared geography, history, culture, and the regional and geopolitical contexts for both Singapore and Malaysia will endure for many years to come.

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A Pakistani runner breaking records and boundaries

Superhuman adventure runner Ziyad Rahim from Pakistan can be best described as a man of steel. Whilst running for charity, the Qatar based banker has broken six Guinness World Records in marathons and ultra marathons.

Driven by challenge, discovery and humanity, Pakistani adventure runner Ziyad Rahim has achieved six Guinness World Records in . . . → Read More: A Pakistani runner breaking records and boundaries

Atif Anwar, Pakistani Bodybuilder wins Arnold Classic title in Australia

Pakistani bodybuilder Atif Anwar on Sunday won a title at the Arnold Classic body building competition held in Australia.

Anwar won the ‘over 100 kg class’ title at the event named after Hollywood legend and seven times Mr Olympia, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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An amazing story of a Pakistani village

This is called ‪#‎Pakistan‬. Tando Somro, a village near Hyderabad is a place where the villagers are contributing a lot to make it an ideal place for its habitants. How? Watch this video.

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Forbes includes 28-year-old Fiza Farhan in the list of young social entrepreneurs for 2015

Distinguished US magazine Forbes has included 28-year-old Fiza Farhan, co-founder of the Buksh Foundation, in its list of 30 under 30 social entrepreneurs for 2015.

Buksh Foundation, operating in Pakistan since 2009, is a microfinance institution that brings clean energy projects to poor and rural areas of the country.

The foundation has trained 135 women . . . → Read More: Forbes includes 28-year-old Fiza Farhan in the list of young social entrepreneurs for 2015

The bravest journalists of 2014

The year 2014 was a one of contradictions, with stories only brought to life because of those journalists willing to go where the stories were.

The Sochi Olympics were a time of inclusion and world harmony as nations gathered in Russia to put differences aside and celebrate the love of sport, but weeks . . . → Read More: The bravest journalists of 2014