A mother’s tale

Some stories prove that a life lived not for yourself, but for other people, can be more fulfilling than anything else you could have imagined.

Years ago, a slight and pretty girl, Rehana Khanum, lived at her uncle’s home in Wah Cantt. Her mother had died when she was just four years old, and her . . . → Read More: A mother’s tale

Stand united against promotion of Indian films in Pakistan

At a press conference by the United Producers Association (UPA) on Monday, actors voiced their opinions and ideas regarding the current situation of the industry. Celebrities including Atiqa Odho, Tanveer Jamal, Sajid Hasan, Faisal Rehman, Faisal Qureshi,  Adnan Gilani, Arbaaz Khan and Bakhtiar Ahmed all spoke volumes on how to revive the film industry in . . . → Read More: Stand united against promotion of Indian films in Pakistan

Young people urged to be passionate about their goals

By Obaid Abrar Khan Islamabad The News International

The ‘Junior Youth Summit 2010’ held at the International Grammar School & College (IGSC), Islamabad, gathered youngsters (aged 15 to 19 years) from Rawalpindi, Islamabad and other parts of the country to discuss the issues faced by the Pakistani society. Moreover, it gave young people an opportunity . . . → Read More: Young people urged to be passionate about their goals

New broadband satellite offers hope to rural areas

Rural areas could get connection of up to 10mbps early next year thanks to Hylas, a new broadband satellite

By Matt Warman The Telegraph

High speed broadband connections could finally extend to remote rural areas thanks to the launch of a new satellite. The “Highly Adaptable Satellite” (Hylas) will launch this evening and offer up . . . → Read More: New broadband satellite offers hope to rural areas

Government’s apathy towards education

Letter to the Editor, Daily Times By Dr. Sunil Chohan, Jamshoro

Sir: My friend, who belongs to the lower class, has passed the entry test for a medical university. However, he is very anxious about the institutional admission and tuition fees he has to pay, as the universities of Pakistan like many other countries’ have . . . → Read More: Government’s apathy towards education