PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
Islamabad: The online sale and purchase of sacrificial animals is yet to take boom due to price hike and least interest of online buyers and purchasers.
Some of the businessmen have been providing online services on different websites to facilitate people at their doorstep.
Muhammad Rafiq, a businessman said that online animal business would take some time to get momentum. It is just the start as people are getting information gradually about the business.Read More »Qurbani animals’ online sale, purchase yet to take momentum
Mehmood-Ul-Hassan Khan United Arab Emirates being the second largest economy and hub of digital revolution and mega infrastructure is now leading the region in the pursuits of renewable/green energies and technologies. Renewable energy gears the… Read More »UAE Renewable Energy Commitments
By Qaisar Sultan
Our past memories sometimes become our nurse and guide to give us comfort when we are alone, lying in bed or in our travels. The human hearts that find it alone at times use memories as tool to pacify the present unsatisfaction. To reminisce about our past has a sweet sense of time gone by. Most of the time, it reminds our youth and its relations to the people, places and even foods. But oft, in lonely rooms, amid the din/of towns and cities, I have owed to them/ In hours of weariness, sensation sweet/felt in the blood, and felt along the heart- Williams Wordsworth. Sometimes we allow only the serenity to nurse the present and provide the colored prism of our memory to please our senses. The memories are the records of our experiences, both good and bad. We ignore all other emotions and realities of that time and block any negativity attached to it to feel good at times. The happy recollections have to be free from the obstacles, sadness and the demands of the time. There are those unremembered acts ofRead More »The Ideas Borrowed from Tintern Abbey
PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER
RAWALPINDI: When Pakistan Army Sergeant Abdur Rehman hears America’s oft-repeated demand that Pakistan do more to fight militants, he glances down at the stumps of his legs and wonders what more it wants from him.
A mortar bomb shredded him from the waist down as he led an advance against Taliban fighters in 2007 in Pakistan’s unruly northwestern tribal areas on the Afghan border.
Instead of enjoying full retirement benefits, he underwent rehabilitation, was given artificial limbs and returned as a commander to a desk job in the militant-infested region where he was wounded.Read More »Pakistanis wonder what more they can do in war on militancy
The News report by Shakeel Anjum
The Parliament House, Diplomatic Enclave, ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) Headquarters, Presidency, Prime Minister’s Secretariat, Convention Centre and the Islamabad Club were the target of terrorist outfits, for which they had planned and prepared to shower a barrage of missiles, rockets and mortars from Bani Gala, just a few kilometers away from these sites. This correspondent has a copy of the investigation report.
The terrorists had a plan which they devised on the lines of the 9/11 terror strikes in the US, launching attacks at different places simultaneously, the report revealed. The initial missile and rocket attack was to be followed by a commandos like terrorist strike by these militants at the Parliament House where they had planned to storm in, using the suicide bombers and sniper shooters to make their way in, and take the parliamentarians as hostages.
Looking at the things coming out so far from the investigations by the Islamabad Police following the raid on a house in Chatta Bakhtawar last Saturday, on the outskirts of Islamabad, it is becoming more and more evident that a very serious terrorist strike, which could have resulted in huge losses of lives and properties, has been averted.Read More »Terrorism plan foiled by Islamabad Police
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PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER President Karzai’s trip toIndiaduring the first week of this October was simply a part of the Indo-US campaign againstPakistanwhich has been in vogue for the last many months. During his visit toIndiaPresident… Read More »THE ACTUAL STORY OF TOMORROW
A British High Commission visa officer has been arrested by the Federal Investigation Agency, which is investigating a human smuggling ring, on suspicion of selling sponsorship letters to people hoping to obtain a visa for… Read More »British High Commission visa officer held for ‘human trafficking’