Monthly Archives: August 2012


Bigwig? Get a plot of choice in Islamabad

 By Syed Danish Husain (nation.com.pk) In a strange ‘coincidence’, the big guns of Pakistan’s diaspora comprising the mighty lot of journalists, politicians, parliamentarians, bureaucrats, ruling elites and their near and dear ones have interestingly grabbed lucrative plots located at the prime locations during the ‘fixed’ balloting of a housing project […]


LAHORE: Sheesha smoking still popular among youth

Students say government ban on sheesha unjustified Café owners protest against raids, say business destroyed By Aliya Mirza Despite the City District Government Lahore (CDGL) imposing a ban on sheesha smoking, a large number of youngsters, both male and female, and even professionals belonging to different fields are still visiting […]


Islamabad: CDA invites application from constructers for Park Enclave

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has invited applications from competent construction firms for the infrastructure development project of Park Enclave. Park Enclave project director of CDA said that interested and competent constructors from reputable companies/firms having successfully executed similar projects but not limited to design/construction of area development, road network, […]


UAE Sustainable Social Development

Mehmood Ul Hassan Khan Despite regional political chaos and social fiasco the United Arab Emirates has achieved sustainable social development pace during the last forty years. According to many regional and international reports (2011-2012) regarding human development index, the main social indicators of the UAE is positive, healthy and productive. […]


Pakistan varsities make miraculous achievement

 Tremendous increase in research publications as QAU remains at top with 717 publications followed by UoA with 524 publications and AKU with 521 publications  Pakistani higher education institutions have witnessed a tremendous increase in research publications within last few years, the findings of an academic exercise, conducted by the Higher […]