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'Leverage ICTs for citizen services' delivery'

December 22, 2014 Navid Qazi is Cisco Systems' Country General Manager for Pakistan. Navid is an electrical engineer with over 20 years of experience in emerging markets. He has formerly been associated with leading technology firms including ... Business Recorder, 43 minutes ago

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3 Auqaf-e-Shahi committee members resign

the five members of the Executive Committee of Auqaf-e-Shahi, Bhopal, have tendered their resignation to the Mutawalli, Saba Sultan, on Sunday. Those who resigned included Sikandar Hafiz Khan, ZU Alvi and AbdulTahir. The outgoing members have ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 hour ago

A nation of addicts

A hundred and thirty two young, green buds were smothered on 12/16 by the blackest frost, never to bloom. A hundred and thirty two children of our soil were returned to it, soaking it with their blood and our tears. More than 100,000 stories, lofty ...
 Daily Times3 hours ago

Voices: Defiance in the face of terror

The Urdu teacher was dying. Tied to a chair, the Taliban militants who took over her school in a remote northern outpost of Pakistan cut her hair. Then they set her on fire. "We are not scared of you," she screamed at her murderers as the flames ...
 USA Today6 hours ago
Indian Express

There's a new kind of depravity in Pakistan

In this country, security is one of the few businesses to have thrived in the last decade When the Pakistani soldiers opened the black gates of the Army Public School to us last Wednesday morning, my first impression was of the uncanny silence that ...
 Gulf News12 hours ago Pakistan's open wound  Jerusalem Post1 day ago Taking Pakistan's extremist mindset head on  Pakistan Today2 days ago 100 children cowered in the hall, killers singled them out one by one  Indian Express3 days ago
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The Express Tribune

Pinoy priest horrified by Pakistani children's massacre

MANDALUYONG City, Dec. 21, 2014—A Catholic priest expresses horror at the killing of least 148 people, most of whom students under age 16, at a school complex Tuesday by Pakistani Taliban. The whole world is deeply saddened and shocked at the ...
 CBCP News16 hours ago Dealing with loss: Former student recalls memories of Army-run school in Peshawar  The Express Tribune2 days ago Pakistan mourns massacre victims  Irish Examiner3 days ago Pakistan, world mourn 148 slain in Taleban attack  Arab News3 days ago
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The Nation Pakistan

JI calls for deweaponisation

LAHORE - Jamaat-e-Islami chief Sirajul Haq has stressed upon the government to confiscate all illegal arms in the country and deposit these with the state armoury for rooting out terrorism. During a press conference held on Saturday, the JI chief ...
 The Nation Pakistan19 hours ago JI to begin movement for women's rights soon  Pakistan Press International2 weeks ago West violates women rights: Siraj  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago First lady invited to JI Ijtema  Pakistan Press International1 month ago
BBC

Saturday letters: Pakistan, capitalism, Sony

Reflections, memories Regarding "Pakistan vows to step up fight after school massacre" (Page A1, Wednesday), as an alumnus of the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan, it grieves me greatly to see the tragedy that took the lives of over ...
 Houston Chronicle1 day ago Bearing the burnt: Madaris body warns against criticism on seminaries  The Express Tribune2 days ago Surviving the Peshawar school massacre  BBC3 days ago Peshawar Survivors and Bereaved Tell of the Massacre's Horror  Time3 days ago
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The Express Tribune

Leaving schools: Board fee structure linked to dropout rate

STOCK IMAGE RAWALPINDI: Among other factors, the heavy fee structures of examination boards may also be linked to the dropout rates at high and higher secondary level. The heads of numerous schools which were served notices for poor ...
 The Express Tribune1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan

A Fine Beginning: Made in Faisalabad: two militants hanged

December 20, 2014 Pakistan on Friday hung two convicted militants in the first executions since 2008, officials said, after the government ended a moratorium on the death penalty in the wake of a Taliban school massacre that killed 149 people.
 Business Recorder1 day ago Two terrorists hanged in Faisalabad  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Two extremists HANGED in Pakistan: First militants executed after president ended death penalty ban in response to Peshawar massacre  Capital Bay2 days ago
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