SIALKOT: A 16-year-old fruit vendor has made his ailing parents proud by obtaining second position in humanities group (boys) in the annual matriculation examination.
The boards of intermediate and secondary education in Punjab announced the results this past week.
A winner of a medal, Daska city’s Ali Hamza told a bevy of journalists that he burnt midnight oil to achieve this distinction and was thankful to the Higher Power. He said he would continue to vend fruits on a cart at Chungi No 8 to maintain his family and pursue higher education.Read More »A star from backwaters
On 27th July 2015, The Washington Post published a report regarding the gun-battle between the Indian security forces and the so-called militants in Gurdaspur, a border town in Indian Punjab. The report was prepared by Ashok Sharma, an Indian journalist. According to the details the militants first attacked a moving bus and then stormed into a police station. The incident took lives of more than ten innocent people including four policemen. This fight Read More »MILITANTS IN INDIA
‘I am ashamed of being an Indian and feel disgraced to belong to a nation which is committing war crimes on Kashmiris for their demand of right to self-determination. ’ said Gautam Naulakha speaking at a seminar in Srinagar a few days back. Gautam Naulakha is a well known Human Rights Activist of India. He further said, ‘ It is believed that more than 60,000 Kashmiris have been tortured in prisons and interrogation centers by Indian Army and the levels of torture committed on Kashmiris have no match in the entire world.’ The cruelty and brutality of the Indian Armed Forces in the Indian Held Kashmir is not hidden from any eye. The international media, different human Read More »A HELL OF INTERESTS
Traveling to other lands always adds to knowledge. One gets a chance of observing the ways and manners, traits and temperaments and liking and disliking of other nations. Last month, I had an opportunity of being there in Iran as a state guest for about ten days. The occasion was Imam Khomeini’s death anniversary; every year on the eve of this death anniversary, the government of Iran invites foreign delegates from all over the world. For the participants from Pakistan, all arrangements are done by the Cultural Consulate of Iran in Pakistan and different offices of Khana-e-Farhang Iran in different cities of Pakistan help out the Cultural Consulate in this regard. The main aim and objective of this yearly-organized visit is to tell more and more people about the economic, political and social development and progress of Iranian society. Staying at luxuriously comfortable five-star hotels, a lot of air-traveling to different cities of Iran, visiting the tomb of Firdosi in Neeshapur, the tomb of Imam Read More »INTERFERENCE OF FOREIGN AGENCIES IN PAKISTAN