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Study of melting glaciers worries meteorologists
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Study of melting glaciers in Pakistan worries meteorologists

Dawn Publication Date : 24-11-2014 Meteorologists worried at the depletion of glaciers in Pakistan studied six glaciers in the Karakorum Range recently, and the results have made them worry even more. All of them were found melting at a ... Asia News Network, 1 day ago
Melting Glaciers Kashmir Observer, 7 hours ago

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Pakistan Observer, 6 days ago
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Pakistan Today, 5 days ago
The Nation Pakistan, 6 days ago
Eurasia Review

39% Pakistanis claim they have watched at least one episode of Coke Studio,Poll

Home » Islamabad By PPI News Islamabad: According to a Gilani Research Foundation Survey carried out by Gallup Pakistan, 61% Pakistanis have never watched Coke Studio; 39% have watched it. A nationally representative sample of adult men and ...
 Pakistan Press International4 days ago Men considered more brave, principled and angry; Women considered talkative, emotional and patient,Poll  Pakistan Press International16 hours ago In Pakistan studying the experience of Uzbekistan on the health of mothers and children  Jahon16 hours ago Iran-Pakistan: Can Rouhani Resolve Tensions? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan

Special seminar at PU

LAHORE: A special seminar was held in the main auditorium of the Department of History & Pakistan Studies, University of the Punjab, on Thursday. Dr Hassan Imam, a renowned Indian historian, research scholar from Aligarh Muslim University, India, ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 days ago


Boris Volkhonsky, expert from the Russian Institute of Strategic Studies shares his opinion on this issue. If one has to believe US President Barack Obama, the only terrorist group, more or less hostile to the security of the whole mankind, as on ...
 Voice of Russia6 days ago
The Express Tribune

Gender violence: No sanctuary is safe enough for women

Studie­s indica­te that up to 70 per cent of Pakist­ani women have experi­enced some form of violen­ce Studies indicate that up to 70 per cent of Pakistani women have experienced some form of violence. ILLUSTRATION: ...
 The Express Tribune18 hours ago

Gunmen in Pakistan kill professor who faced blasphemy accusations

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen on Thursday shot dead a professor of Islamic studies in Pakistan who had faced accusations of blasphemy and threats from colleagues over his moderate views, police said. Blasphemy is a crime carrying the death ...
 Reuters2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Varsity's trauma centre comes to aid of tormented journalists

Peshawar: Death threats, bombings and attacks on person is part of the job for many Pakistani journalists but they say one of the biggest barriers to seeking counselling to help cope is the stigma that they need it — and others in the business ...
 Times of Oman4 hours ago Trauma centre to help Pakistani journalists, but stigma attached  The Express Tribune11 hours ago Pakistan centre to help traumatized journalists, but stigma attached  Reuters UK11 hours ago Pakistan centre to help traumatised journalists  Gulf News7 hours ago

Six years after 26/11, Pakistan has not changed its ways

As India marks the sixth anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, the jihadist threat from Pakistan is becoming more menacing. Union home minister Rajnath Singh recently said, Terrorism in India is fully Pakistan-sponsored. Pakistan says non-State ...
 Hindustan Times8 hours ago The sixth anniversary of 26/11 attacks  NetIndia123.com6 hours ago

Pakistan's Educator Madonna Wants You To Know

Her name is Humaira Bachal. At age 12, she began teaching friends after school in the slums of Karachi. At age 13, she made a formal classroom outside her home by installing a chalkboard to teach other children who could not attend school at the end ...
 Forbes.com11 hours ago Madonna opens school in Karachi  DNA1 month ago

India-Pakistan Sparring Opens Door for China in South Asia

For a senior Afghan diplomat sitting in India's capital, it's easy to explain how a region with a quarter of the world's people can account for only five percent of global trade. "India and Pakistan need to overcome their problems," M. Ashraf ...
 BusinessWeek19 hours ago As India and Pakistan Spar, China Gains Influence in South Asia  Bloomberg22 hours ago Enhanced connectivity, power on Saarc agenda  Livemint.com2 days ago
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