Obama has articulated at least three different positions on Pakistan during the course of the campaign. But besides this inconsistency, he has consistently mocked the contribution of Pakistani soldiers in the war on terror by asserting that the Pakistani army used US aid to launch campaigns against India
Meekal Aziz Ahmed Once again, the State Bank, the guardian of our financial system and watch dog over currency dealers, has been caught napping on the job. Asleep and blissfully unaware at the helm, an estimated $10 billion, most certainly much more than that, has left the country through capital […]
Dr Maleeha Lodhi With Barack Obama’s election America has turned a new page in its history. Will this landmark moment be seized to give US foreign policy a new direction? An anxious world awaits a change in course from a man who on the election trail spoke repeatedly of the […]
Ahmad Rafay Alam The state of environmental regulation in Pakistan needs immediate attention. The World Bank published its strategic environment assessment of Pakistan in 2006. Its disclosures are startling. In Pakistan, environmental degradation is responsible for an estimated 45 million cases of respiratory diseases, 30,000 premature infant deaths and US$ […]
Having a traditional well right in the heart of the capital may sound odd to some people but a beautifully decorated well at the entrance of the Saidpur Village added charm to its serene rustic setting.
A significant number of asthma patients visiting their primary care doctor for other reasons have inadequately controlled asthma, according to results of a study presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology in Seattle.
By Ansar Abbasi ISLAMABAD: The Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, the prime regulatory body for higher education in the country, has formally confirmed to The News that the Monticello University, which had issued a doctorate degree to PPP Minister Babar Awan, is not an accredited university in the US.