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Mujahid Kamran — 9/11 & the New World Order

I don’t often review books, but decided to review this one for a number of reasons. First, its author is an eminent physical scientist as well as having an admirable grasp of world geopolitical realities. So, I find him more qualified than most to authoritatively digest and cogently explain what …

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HEC chairman Dr Mukhtar takes charge as Chairperson SAARC UGC Committee

SAARC countries to cooperate in education, research Govt doubled higher education budget: Baleeghur Rehman Staff Report ISLAMABAD: The 10th Meeting of the Committee of Heads of University Grants Commission/Equivalent Bodies of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) member states selected Higher Education Commission Chairman Dr Mukhtar Ahmad as Chair …

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Alternative narrative a must for Pakistan: Sohail Warriach

LAHORE: Pakistan needs to have an alternative narrative to solve its national crisis, said journalist and author Sohail Warraich, while talking on Media Ethics in wake of recent controversies in Pakistan. During the talk held at Information Technology University (ITU) on 26th June, he said that the media needs to be free in this country otherwise people …

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Integrating Pakistan: Jinnah’s vision

Hamartia is a hero’s fatal flaw that hunts him down to death. Pakistan when rose to the horizon, had a heroic appearance and entry in the comity of nations. It, then, gradually, lost its energy and flair to raise above the point it took off from. Pakistan is a resilient …

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Couple face court for taking children out of school to see sick grandfather

LONDON: A couple who took their children out of school without permission to visit their sick grandfather in India are being taken to court this week as part of the government’s continuing crackdown on term-time absence. Shahnawaz and Sofiya Patel had put in a request to their two sons’ primary …

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