Daily Archives: January 21, 2009


‘Sweden offers far more opportunities to students’ 23

* Sweden’s parliament also relaxes labour immigration rules By Nauman Tasleem LAHORE: The Swedish government welcomes students and offers them a lot of opportunities, said Nawal Atmé, Swedish Embassy first secretary to migration attaché in Pakistan. Talking to Daily Times, she said education in Sweden was free and students had […]


‘India likely to face more Mumbai-style attacks’ 1

  * RAND Corporation releases report titled ‘The Lessons of Mumbai’, says attacks likely to inspire more terrorists * Says attacks targetted people and facilities with ‘emotional, political value’ The Mumbai attacks suggest the possibility of an escalating terrorist campaign in South Asia, and “India can expect more attacks with […]


Oil, Obama and Pakistan-Ahmed Quraishi

Islamabad, Pakistan–Publicly, America’s most immediate challenges after the government change are Afghanistan and Pakistan. Privately, in Washington’s power corridors, it is oil. Oil, and not al Qaeda, is threatening to knock America off global leadership. President Obama takes over a country whose global economic leadership is threatened by dwindling oil […]


Pakistani IT research paper gets top award in India

Islamabad Amid the growing tension between Pakistan and India, a Pakistani research paper has received the ‘Best Paper Award’ at the 2nd International Conference on Internet Multimedia Services, Architecture and Applications ( IMSAA-08 ) held in Bangalore, India. The research paper titled ‘A Comparative Study of Anomaly Detection Algorithms for […]