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FJWU highlights vulnerable human rights in Pakistan

RAWALPINDI: The Ministry of Law, Justice and Human Rights, in collaboration with the Gender Studies Department of the Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), Rawalpindi organised a seminar on human rights education at the Fatiam Jinnah Women ... Daily Times, 5 days ago
Seminar on human rights education held The Nation Pakistan, 5 days ago

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Pakistan Observer, 4 hours ago
Pakistan Today, 6 days ago
Financial Express, 1 day ago
Oman Observer, 2 days ago
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Intercept, 1 week ago
Himalayan times

Four Karachi bus attackers linked to al-Qaeda sleeper cell': Pakistan

"They have all studied from reputed institutions and one of them has personally met Osama bin Laden and Aiman al-Zawahari in the past," said a police officer. Reported by Indian Express 3
 NewsR.in1 week ago 4 Karachi bus Attackers Linked to 'Al-Qaeda Sleeper Cell': Pakistan  New Indian Express1 week ago 4 Karachi bus attackers linked to al-Qaeda sleeper cell: Pakistan  Millennium Post1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Mapping Pakistan's Power Grid

SMU Assistant Professor Ijlal Naqvi studies Pakistan's power grid as a lens through which to examine its governance and development. Singapore Management University | May 21, 2015 | Editorials AsianScientist (May 21, 2015) - By Dora Yip - ...
 Asian Scientist1 week ago ASIA/PAKISTAN Changes to the blasphemy law: the government's bill, Christians approve  Agenzia Fides1 day ago Blasphemy law: penalties proposed for false accusers  The Express Tribune1 day ago Freud and Fareed  Pakistan Today3 days ago

Senator Sehar Kamran congratulates nation on the 17th Youm-e-Takbeer

ISLAMABAD, May 27 (APP): President Centre for Pakistan and Gulf Studies (CPGS), Senator Sehar Kamran Wednesday congratulated the nation on the 17th
 Associated Press of Pakistan1 day ago

Masooma Bhaiwala: From Idea to Execution—Computer Chips to Charities

Masooma Bhaiwala studied Computer/Electrical Engineering at NED University of Engineering and Technology in Pakistan where she was the top-ranked student and was awarded the Gold Medal and the Quaid-e-Azam Scholarship for graduate studies in the ...
 India New England2 days ago
Pakistan Today

A valuable addition to study on Pakistan

The long road from the beginning to the abyss The book is a collection of period studies by experts which would be highly useful not only for students of history but also for common readers. Justice cannot be done in a review to 19 period ...
 Pakistan Today6 days ago
The Express Tribune

Juggling tennis and studies no mean feat

Pakist­an's Samir Iftikh­ar busts discou­raging myths. England-born Samir Iftikhar's highest ranking in the National Collegiate Athletes Association is 33 out of 125 tennis players. PHOTO COURTESY: SAMIR IFTIKHAR KARACHI: Pakistan's ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago

Over 23m adults use tobacco products in Pakistan: GATS

Islamabad - In Pakistan, 23. 9 million adults (19 per cent) use tobacco products and out of these 15. 6 million (12 per cent) smoke tobacco and 9. 6 million (8 per cent) use smokeless tobacco products, according to the Global Adult Tobacco Survey ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 hour ago

Debunking nuclear weapons myths

The ever-present mot in the rumormongers eye, Pakistan's nuclear weapons program has made it to the headlines again. This time the country is allegedly at the brink of proliferating nuclear weapons to Saudi Arabia. This particular sensational story ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 hours ago The Forgotten India-Pakistan Nuclear Crisis: 25 Years Later  South Asia Monitor1 week ago Saudi Arab Interested In Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons  The News Tribe1 week ago Saudis interested in Pakistan's nuclear arms: US sources  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Six million mobile accounts: 'Easypaisa becomes third largest bank of Pakistan'

May 29, 2015 Easypaisa, a leading branchless banking service, claimed to have become the country's third largest bank in terms of accounts. "We have over six million Easypaisa mobile accounts that make us the third largest bank of the ...
 Business Recorder2 hours ago
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