By Farrukh Saleem ISLAMABAD: The race is on. Who gets who first? More than eight years ago, Nawaz struck first but still lost out; lost out because his adversary was the COAS. Then came 9/11, and the rest is history.
Replies to criticism of his US performance By Rauf Klasra ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Wednesday he had told the Americans in clear words that President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf was quite “irrelevant” to Pakistan and that the Bush administration had shown its strong willingness to work […]
ISLAMABAD: President Parvez Musharraf said on Wednesday that as it was the government’s right to table the impeachment motion against him, he also had the right to defend his actions.
Washington: With the ISI coming under pressure following the allegations that it was involved in the Indian embassy attack in Kabul, the United States has said it is working with Islamabad to deal with the issue.
BEIJING: Thousands of pet cats in Beijing are being abandoned by their owners and sent to die in secretive government pounds as China mounts an aggressive drive to clean up the capital in preparation for the Olympic Games.
More than one critic has pointed out that the common reader, when he goes to poetry, doesn’t want simple fare; he wants the menu in French with unpronounceable names
The PPP is now committed to a course from which it can disengage only at a very high cost to its popularity and credibility as a political party; there are also uncertainties inherent in the logic of what it has accepted
* Home Office previously argued that fake chips could be detected * Serious questions raised about ID card scheme New micro chipped passports, designed to be foolproof against identity theft, can be cloned and manipulated in minutes and accepted as genuine by the computer software recommended for use at international […]
PhD scholar Deeba Noreen Baig, working with Prof AR Shakoori of the Punjab University School of Biological Sciences, has discovered a bacteria-based, environment-friendly bio-insecticide to combat cotton pests/insects, stated a press release issued by the varsity on Wednesday.