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Terrorism

  Terrorism consists of criminal activity. There is no single definition of terrorism, since it encompasses a range of activity, all designed to intimidate and instill fear. Having the moral charge in our vocabulary of ‘something morally wrong’, the term ‘terrorism’ is often being used, both by governments and non-state- groups, …

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HEC conference marks launch of CPEC Consortium of Business Schools

ISLAMABAD (August 30, 2017): The Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan organised a two-day conference in connection with the launch of “CPEC Consortium of Business Schools” at the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad. The Conference aimed at setting the course of academic collaboration between the two countries. Mr. …

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HEC Stops Four Universities from Admitting Students

  Islamabad, August 23, 2017: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan has stopped four universities from admitting students in any degree programme, owing to academic irregularities and mismanagement and after non-compliance despite constant reminders from HEC to fulfill the deficiencies. These institutions include Preston Institute of Management Sciences and Technology (PIMSAT) …

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PU Entry Test Results-2017

Lahore: Various departments of Punjab University (PU) have declared results of entry test. 7 students have qualified entry test for PhD Communication Studies, whereas 31 qualified for M.Phil Communication Studies (Research Track) and 95 qualified for M.Phil Communication Studies (Professional Track).   Department of Law (Jhelum Campus) Entry Test Result …

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Manto- A Realist

Born on 11th May, 1912… Saadat Hassan Manto, a realist, was an Indo-Pakistani writer, playwright and author. One of the greatest writer of short stories in South Asian history. He produced 230 stories, 67 radio plays, 22 graphical stories, 70 articles and 2 collections of personal sketches. He’s a revolutionary …

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Indus University Students are on Roads against University Administration & HEC

 DG Khan: Students of Indus University are on roads against university administration and HEC for not providing them degrees. Zartaj Gul Wazir Former PTI Candidate NA-172 (D.G.Khan-II) and President PTI North Wazirstan Women’s Wing also accompanied strikers. Students closed Kohat Bridge during their strike and they were of the view that …

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