Monthly Archives: April 2012


DID YOU NEVER LOVE BIN LADEN?

PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER   In this world of ever strengthening socialization, all time sky-rising graphs of education and ever increasing standards of moral values, liberty, freedom and independence are the terms which are very much talked of but very little cared for. The more civilized a country seems, the more […]


How Obama fulfilled the dreams of Osama

 “The News” report by Hamid Mir Osama bin Laden is history now but Al-Qaeda is still determined to make some new history. US officials have rightly claimed many times that Al Qaeda has become weaker after the death of Osama bin Laden but they cannot deny the fact that bin […]


Facebook being used to blackmail Pakistani girls

Karachi—As Facebook and other social sites are becoming popular day by day in Pakistan, an important Asian country, hundreds of girls are being blackmailed by the social networking sites forcing them to limit activities to their homes and even to commit suicides. According to the reports of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), cyber crimes are rampant across the country […]


Bakhtawar comes to solace Gilani

Karachi—Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, daughter of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, on Tuesday extended her full support for Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, currently facing harsh decision in contempt of court issue. She has urged him not to violate the Constitution of Pakistan. “You will not desecrate the graves of our martyrs. You may lose your office. […]


Apple IPhone-5 debut in Oct-12

New York—Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s next iPhone is likely to be introduced in October and will feature a new body design and work with faster wireless networks, according to Gene Munster, an analyst at Piper Jaffray Cos. (PJC) who had expected an August release for the top-selling smartphone. In a note today, Munster wrote that […]


TERRORISM CRUSHES TOURISM

PROF. ALI SUKHANVER Last month, I had been there inDhakafor more than a week and every moment was a moment of learning. When I was looking across the windows of my car at the sky-kissing buildings on the jam-packed roads ofDhaka, a saying of Bill Gates kept on resounding in […]


Nokia’s US ambitions get “bugged”

HELSINKI: Nokia has found a software bug in its Lumia 900 smartphone, its answer to Apple’s iPhone, and is effectively giving the model away until it is fixed, blunting its bid to turn around its fortunes in the United States.   Nokia’s first 4G phone, which it markets with the […]


HONOURING THE JUDICIARY

PROFESSOR ALI SUKHANVER   There will be time; there will be time; time to repent, time to regret, time to feel sorry and time to lament; but that will be too late. The people playing in hands of the conspirators would one day feel sorry for no one else but […]