* Naila and Yasmeen have been providing medicine, food, jobs to low-income individuals By Khalid Hasan WASHINGTON: Two Pakistani sisters, Naila Alam and Yasmeen Durrani, have won a humanitarian award for Express Care – a service they run – from the White House for their work in assisting those in […]
LAHORE: Lahoris are increasingly falling victim of facial paralysis because of humidity and viral infections during the monsoon season, said Pakistan Medical Society President Dr Masood Sheikh on Friday. “A case of facial paralysis or Bells palsy (in medical terms) is reported to city hospitals daily,” he told Daily Times.
Practically every government, civilian or military, has been culpable in failing to integrate the Tribal Areas into the nation, so that they became, successively, a smugglers’ den, a thieves’ refuge, a centre for drug-trafficking and gun-running and, finally, a staging ground for international terrorism
Anybody with a common understanding of military operations knows that the preparation and launch of such an operation must be the closest guarded secret in the country, until it is well underway
In the past year, Islamabad has been unable to come up with a coherent narrative that clearly defines who exactly the Islamist enemy is and why Pakistani citizens must commit to fighting it
* UK rock star says motorcycle rickshaws new to him By Ali Usman LAHORE: England’s Sikh rock star Narinder Singh Rithor, during his first visit to Pakistan since 1946, has said that he is fascinated by the beauty of Lahore.
KARACHI: The value of rupee as compared to dollar today came crashing to its history’s lowest, as the dollar was seen sold at Rs70.15. Money market dealers said that the dollar at the end of business yesterday exchanged at Rs69.65, while today with the onset of inter-bank market sold at […]
By Tahir Hasan Khan KARACHI: President Pervez Musharraf, while referring to the media rumours that he was fleeing the country, categorically said on Friday that he was not leaving the scene. “I am not afraid of anybody. I have been in the Army,” he boasted. He added that he had […]
Says Army had full knowledge about the equipment; president’s spokesman rejects claim ISLAMABAD: North Korea received centrifuges from Pakistan in a 2000 shipment supervised by the Army during the rule of President Pervez Musharraf, nuclear scientist Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan said on Friday.
Associated Press of Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Murree also known as “Queen of Hills” is a popular tourist resort in northern Pakistan. This thriving summer resort is just an hours drive from the Capital, Islamabad. The scenic journey, with a great view of forest clad mountains and majestic pines on densely wooded […]