Beheadings, stoning to death, blasphemy, conversion by the sword, caliphate — words that have come back to haunt us from the Middle Ages. You just have to open a newspaper or watch TV and you read about the Boko Haram in Nigeria, the Taliban in Pakistan and Afghanistan, the Islamic State of Iraq . . . → Read More: Islam has nothing to do with terrorism
The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday restrained the Election Commission of Pakistan from printing ballot papers of the 11 recently delimited constituencies of the National Assembly and the Sindh Assembly in Karachi till further orders.
A division bench headed by Justice Maqbool Baqar gave this direction while hearing an application of the Muttahida Qaumi . . . → Read More: SHC stops ECP from printing ballot papers before Apr 21
Rising unemployment, especially for young people. Here’s a radical solution, says commentator on office and workplace life, Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times (born 1959).
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For all the grim news about the economy and jobs over the last few years, one indicator of the quality of life in the United States has stubbornly continued to improve. The latest Federal Bureau of Investigation data suggests crime rates went on falling through the first half of 2011, recession be damned. In 1991, the overall . . . → Read More: Are violent movies the cure for real life bloodshed?
Police carried out search operations in various areas of Quetta and arrested over 100 suspects on Wednesday.
The arrests were made in the wake of yesterday’s gruesome firing incident in Quetta in which 14 Shia Hazaras were killed.
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Remember the time in 2007 when a U.S. soldier was killed and four other Americans were wounded by “unknown assailants” at what was supposed to be a peaceful dialogue with Afghan and Pakistani soldiers to resolve border disputes?
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It didn’t begin with the Haqqanis, or the attack on Kabul. It didn’t even begin with Operation Geronimo–it actually began when President Obama made the blunder of not visiting Pakistan and then going to Delhi. Trying to hide the failure of his administration to sign the Nuclear 123 deal he tried to appease the Indians . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s Army & People Are One
Lahore Fatimid Foundation is providing free of cost Platelets.
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I live in Hong Kong but spend about half my time travelling, mostly in Asia and the Middle East. I also visit Pakistan at least twice a year. It’s a fact that most people, within Pakistan or outside it, do not have a positive outlook towards life. They complain more and compliment less. They whine . . . → Read More: Do Pakistanis Need Reasons to Complain?