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Special seminar at PU
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 Pakistan, 1 day ago

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IQNA, 3 days ago
Pakistan Observer, 2 days ago
New York Daily News, 1 week ago
Pakistan Today, 1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan, 3 days ago
The Express Tribune, 3 days ago

FLASH: 6.2-MAGNITUDE QUAKE HITS PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDS REGIONS -- USGS

NAMPA / XINHUA Russia studies construction of its own orbital station NAMPA / XINHUA (Sports) Pakistan to participate in two Asian Judo championships in Hong Kong NAMPA / XINHUA Urgent: U.S. stocks finish narrowly mixed after Japan's recession ...
 Namibia Press Agency4 days ago FLASH: 6.7 MAGNITUDE QUAKE STRIKES OFF EASTERN INDONESIA  Namibia Press Agency18 hours ago

PAKISTAN SOURCE OF TERRORISM OR ITS VICTIM?

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 Russia2 days ago

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 International14 hours ago Overwhelming majority of Pakistani households have mobile phones; more than half of these are Nokia phones, Poll  Pakistan Press International1 day ago Little variation in Pakistani perception of India over the last decade,Poll  Pakistan Press International3 days ago Majority of Pakistanis think that television transmissions this Eid were better than last year,Poll  Pakistan Press International4 days 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

Allure of ISIS for Pakistanis is on the rise

LONDON: Across Pakistan, the black standard of the Islamic State has been popping up all over. From urban slums to Taliban strongholds, the militant group's logo and name have appeared in graffiti, posters and pamphlets. Last month, a cluster of ...
 Times of India2 minutes ago Among Pakistan Militants, Signs of Affinity With ISIS  NDTV43 minutes ago
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Pakistan's political culture

The political situation in Pakistan is really confusing. These days almost every political party is holding public rallies in different cities. If one goes by the crowds most of these rallies attract people, none of the Pakistani political outfits ...
 Arab News3 hours ago Keep politics and religion separate  Gulf News3 days ago

Pakistan has great potential in IT: Dr Mike Best

November 22, 2014 Human-Centred Digital Design (HCD) Workshop concluded at Information Technology University (ITU) here on Friday. The resource person of the workshop was Dr Mike L Best from Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), who is also a ...
 Business Recorder5 hours ago Pakistan has great potential in IT. Dr. Mike  SAMAA TV1 hour ago

The children of today

Article 25-A of the 1973 Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan makes free and compulsory education the fundamental right of every Pakistani child. The country is also a signatory to various treaties related to universal education.
 Daily Times4 hours ago

Salam: the scientist inspired by God

Yesterday, November 21, was the death anniversary of Dr Abdus Salam, the first Nobel Laureate of Pakistan and a man who lived a purposeful life to explore, theorise and predict the laws of nature. Though belonging to a select group of top scientists ...
 Daily Times4 hours ago
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