Monthly Archives: August 2010

ISLAMABAD: Airblue cockpit had a third person

By Imran Ali Teepu A team investigating the crash of the ill-fated Airblue jetliner on July 28 in Islamabad has detected the possible presence of a third person in the cockpit. Under normal circumstances, a cockpit is not supposed to have anyone other than the pilot and the co-pilot. “The […]


ALI SUKHANVER Suppression and oppression give birth to depression; the worst of all psychological diseases. Most of the time violence is a result of depression. When someone feels that he is being deprived of his basic human rights and finds himself unable to raise a voice against that deprivation and […]

11 Pakistanis get Chevening scholarship

ISLAMABAD: The British Deputy High Commissioner to Pakistan Peter Tibber on Thursday distributed certificates among eleven Pakistani nationals who have been awarded Chevening scholarships for study in the UK. The British Chevening Scholarship Programme is a dynamic professional development opportunity, designed to identify and support the leaders of next generation […]


ALI SUKHANVER Life is a battle of survival and propaganda is the most effective tool in this battle. From Iraq to Afghanistan and from the Mumbai attacks to the Time Square Bombing Plan, we find a masterly use of this tool. If we exclude the element of propaganda from the […]