PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
By Ali Hassan
In order to earn fistful amount of money to live a better and save future, citizens of Pakistan striving for their better future and earnings ultimately fall prey to traps of unscrupulous agents and earn a bad name to themselves and their country.Read More »ISLAMABAD: Fake consultants dupe citizens seeking visa
The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC-6) has enjoyed a unique socio-economic, geo-political and geo-strategic position in the Middle East and MENA region. Its huge oil and gas reservoirs have the potential to rock the entire world. Its investment preferences and expenditures have ability to bring prosperity and stability in the regional and global economies. Read More »New horizons in the Gulf Cooperation Council: a Comparative Study
PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
No one can dispute the fact that the economy today is caught perilously in a situation of low growth and high inflation. What brought the country to this pass is also uncontested – governments, both at the federal and provincial level, that over decades lived beyond their means.Read More »A lost opportunity-By Dr Maleeha Lodhi
Dr Ashfaque H Khan
The budget speech of the finance minister is an important piece of document as it contains the government’s views on the challenges besetting the economy in the foregoing year, the response of the government in addressing these challenges, and the various policies under consideration for the next fiscal year. The budget speech covers all the above elements.
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SINGAPORE: A global body that charts the course of the Internet voted Monday to allow the creation of new website domain suffixes by private companies, enabling major firms to replace “.com” with their own brand.Read More »Internet body approves new web suffixes
Police have received the DNA report of four terrorists killed during attack on PNS Mehran. The samples from the four terrorists do not match DNA databank in Pakistan. They have been identified as Eurasian nationals, according to the DNA test report.
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* Afghanistan tops expert poll of dangers to women
* Pakistan blighted by acid attacks and ‘honour killings’
* India cited for trafficking and sexual slavery
LONDON: A global survey of perceptions regarding violence against women has ranked Pakistan third.
Violence, dismal healthcare and brutal poverty make Afghanistan the world’s most dangerous country for women, with Congo a close second due to horrific levels of rape, a Thomson Reuters Foundation expert poll said on Wednesday. Pakistan, India and Somalia ranked third, fourth and fifth, respectively, in the survey of perceptions of threats ranging from domestic abuse and economic discrimination to female foeticide, genital mutilation and acid attacks. Read More »Pakistan ranked third in survey on violence against women
By Qaisar Sultan
The idea that some nations and cultures are superior to others always puzzles me. What drives nations to prosperity and greatness? Is only a brief period of history that gives those nations opportunities that changes the equation? Or is it in the genetic disposition of people that makes them smarter to achieve better things? Or is it the set of values and the way they start seeing things to progress? One fact is undeniable that the education makes the biggest difference in people and nation life. Then the question comes to mind that why some cultures cannot focus on a universal truth. We see that in the modern age, African, most of South American, and all of Muslim countries ignored to develop first rated Read More »Reason, Logic and Religion