The search for transformative leaders

Saad Hafiz

There is a pent-up demand, especially in the developing world, for what the citizens of a few developing countries […]

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Pakistani Women: Nobel, Oscar, Emmy and what not?

Malik Omaid
In the last 20 months, Pakistani women have brought home an Oscar, an Emmy, the Nobel Peace Prize & […]

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The Nobel is defaming us!

Qurat UlAin H Zaidi
 
Great is the nation who doesn’t rely on anyone for its own prosperity, for it always has […]

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The Unpredictables Part IV – 1970s: Revival of Pakistan cricket (1971 – 1980), Episode 1

Fazal Abbas

 
Pakistan as a country has been through a number of highs and lows since traumatic partition in 1947 and […]

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Malala Yousufzai Winning Nobel Peace Prize: Divided Reactions from Pakistanis on Social Media

Malik Omaid

Malala Yousufzai the Swat girl who wrote diaries as “Gul Makai” for the BBC Urdu service and was shot […]

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اسلامی جمہوریہ پاکستان کو درپیش خطرات سے ایک ملا قات

سعد خلیل

میں ایک گھنٹے کا سفر کرکے ہوٹل پہنچا تھا اور لابی میں بیٹھا کمرے کی صفائی کا انتظار کر […]

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Photo of the Day: Quetta Bombings, Hazara Comunity again Under Attack

Malik Omaid
Quetta’s Hazara Shia community was again under attack yesterday when a suicide attacker blew himself inside Hazara town, the […]

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Photo of the Day: Govt Bans 24 outfits Including Jamat ud Dawa

Malik Omaid

The Govt of Pakistan has banned 24 outfits including “Jamat-Ud-Dawa Pakistan”.
ARY News Reported:

“The Government of Pakistan issued a list […]

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A Trip to Attabad Lake

By Muhammad Usman
On a recent group trip from Islamabad to Hunza in the month of July, I had the opportunity […]

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