Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan The government of Pakistan has been rigorously engaged with so many internal and regional issues of survival, regional predominance, energy supplies and the last not the least grand regional conciliation for the last… Read More »PAKISTAN’S REGIONAL RECONCILIATION
Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan Right now most part of the Middle East is swinging between the highly projected notions of spring and autumn. Spells of hope and desperation are going side by side in many countries in… Read More »Emerging geo-political and geo-strategic trends in Middle East: A Case Study
ANCIENT Greek athletes consumed honey to boost their energy and performance levels during Olympics events as it contains glucose and fructose, known to produce tremendous reserves of glycogen in the liver. Having a spoonful of unprocessed honey before bed can support your brain function. The fructose is stored as energy reserves in the liver, ready to fuel the brain overnight. Indeed, honey boosts the immune system and has an antibacterial effect internally and externally, helping the body to heal.Read More »Spoonful of honey boosts energy
PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
Karachi, once the most prosperous, promising and developing financial hub ofPakistanis now at stake. The people ofKarachiare left with nothing but a feeling of insecurity and uncertainty. Stray bullets and unidentified killers are ruling over this metropolitan city. In spite of their best efforts the provincial government, the police, the Rangers and even the leaders of various political parties have yet not succeeded in finding out the actual root cause of this blood shed. The city is turning to a land of horror and fright.Read More »TERRORISM IN KARACHI
President Asif Ali Zardari Tuesday signed the regulation for the establishment of Wana Cadet College in South Waziristan Agency in FATA.
Spokesperson to the President Farhatullah Babar said that the prime minister during his address at the Governor’s House in Peshawar on August 27, 2008, had announced the establishment of six cadet colleges to promote quality education and provide better educational opportunities to the youth of FATA. Read More »ISLAMABAD: President signs regulation for Wana Cadet College in SWA
By Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan Islamabad: The United Arab Emirates charities have been providing various humanitarian assistance activities throughout Pakistan for many years. In compliance with the directives of the His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al… Read More »UAE expands its charitable services to several cities
A message of hope for bewildered nation, Strategically positioned to influence world
Liaqat Toor/Tanvir Siddiqi/Ashraf Ansari
Pakistan is bound to come back as a great nation with one of the largest economies in the world in next ten years. Read More »Pakistan to bounce back in coming years
By Javed Mirza
Oil and gas sector in Pakistan has seen phenomenal growth since the independence in 1947, as till now 791 wells have been drilled by various local and international exploration companies with over 250 oil and gas discoveries, official data revealed.Read More »Pakistan Economy(1947–2011)
By Asad Farooq
KARACHI: The United States Consulate in Karachi and the Blinck, a social organisation, jointly organised a youth conference to mark the International Youth Day under the theme of ‘Youth Participation in Decision Making’ at a local hotel here on Friday.
About 100 youngsters participated in the discussion and action forum at the programme.Read More »US to double ‘Fulbright Scholarship’ for Pakistanis