AFTER its first hundred days in office the PPP government has been receiving most uncomplimentary notices, possibly less charitable than it deserves.
Fasi Zaka The 100 days are over. The promises did not materialize, but a realization is coming to fruition. The crises the country is facing are creating an order where the status quo of the establishment is winning.
Their own record of governance being rather dismal, the PML-Q’s scoring the coalition government’s 100-day performance negatively is a bit thick. However, the PPP and the PML-N cannot continue the pretence of being partners. Besides, the government being in a state of limbo and paralysis, this falsehood is force-multiplied by […]
Politics make for strange bedfellow, as they say and you will find the strangest combination of men and women making up the various political parties, from the modern, couldn’t care less type to the thoroughly conservative — a matter of expediency, no doubt! They might have their differences; they might […]
Your mother was right when she told you to take the time to chew your food. Eating slowly, research suggests, can encourage people to eat less, and enjoy the meal more.
THE University of Health Sciences (UHS) has changed the format of practical examination of medical students and introduced the Objectively Structured Performance Evaluation (OSPE) system in all professional MBBS examinations to be held this year.
By Ansar AbbasiISLAMABAD: At a time when everyone is genuinely disturbed by the prevailing political and economic uncertainty, the top political leadership of the country and those at the helm of affairs are out of the country, on one pretext or another.