Monthly Archives: October 2010


Charge sheet against Musharraf

PML-N wants ex-president’s trial under Article 6 The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has issued a 16-point charge sheet against former president Gen (r) Pervez Musharraf, demanding that the former president be brought back through Interpol and tried under Article 6 of the constitution, a private TV channel reported on Monday. According […]


A GREENLAND FOR TERRORISM

ALI SUKHANVER The flames of indignation and anger joined hands together with the feelings of insult and humility which the people of Pakistan have been bearing for a long time and ultimately transformed into sky-kissing flames engulfing the NATO supply tankers in Pakistan. These flames are the slogans redirecting to […]


Corruption or Resources 1

By Qaisar Sultan Who says that the Pakistanis have not shaped some great philosophical debate? One of our democrats, Qayyum jatoi, who happened to be a federal minister, surmised a new theory of justice. Jatoi said in an emotional outburst, “All the groups- Sindhis, Pakhtoon, Balochi, Saraiki, and Punjabi- should […]


Solar water pumps to irrigate crops in Pakistan 25

MULTAN: A Lahore-based company has started manufacturing solar water pumps with a two-inch diameter water outlet which the company claims is capable of irrigating upto 10 acre crops. National Engineering’s senior technical manager Sharafat Ali told that alternative energy resources were becoming more relevant by each passing day amid power […]


Islamabad Police goes computerized

Islamabad Police have maintained computerized record of its all police officials from the top hierarchy to constable level with complete job details and service record of its personnel, a police spokesman said. Under ICT Police project E-Enablement of Islamabad Police, being sponsored by Ministry of IT & Telecom and executed […]


Innovative generation of power in Pakistan 1

By Humair Ishtiaq The national energy crisis getting worse by the day is causing serious heartburn at the domestic level and adding to the financial woes of industrial and trading classes. The worse part is that people across the board are beginning to lose hope on that count. The highest […]