Monthly Archives: July 2010

US Congressmen Call For Resolution of Kashmir

Washington 29 July 2010:  The underway youth led, indigenous and spontaneous movement, non-violent pluralistic and resilient youth   for right to self-determination in Jammu and Kashmir is at a critical juncture calls upon the United Nations to ‘lead the effort to achieve a fair and lasting settlement of the Kashmir dispute’, […]

Zardari fares poorly, Kayani more popular: poll

Kaira says survey based on presumptions 53 pc Pakistanis see India as biggest threat Nawaz popularity rating 71pc WASHINGTON: Only one in five Pakistanis view their president, Asif Ali Zardari, favourably while the country’s army chief gets a more positive rating, according to a new opinion poll released Thursday. The […]

Major Pakistan air crashes 1

May 20, 1965: A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Boeing 707 crashes on its inaugural flight while attempting to land at Cairo airport. The crash killed 124 people. August 6, 1970: A PIA Fokker F27 turboprop aircraft crashes while attempting to take off from Islamabad in a thunderstorm, killing all 30 […]

UAE’s Educational Miracle

Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan Education plays very important role in the socio-economic development of a country and UAE portrays a rare success in this field. High qualitative education has already enabled Emiratis to compete in regional markets and international slots with ease and full of confidence. It is crystal clear that right […]


Why do people commit suicide? Are they really fed up with their life or the circumstances around them compel them to do so? According to various psycho-analysts suicide is nothing but an extempore reaction of some emotional disturbance resulting by some unexpected failure or some irreparable loss. Most of the […]