Obama’s speech

When Asif Ali Zardari visited Quaid’s tomb after he was elected as the President of Pakistan, he wrote some interesting comments on the visitor’s book. The comments were so inspiring that the... Read more »

$100,000 wasted on departmental name change as 361 teachers and support staff sacked

The O’Farrell Government has wasted $100,751 to change the name of the Department of Education and Training to the Department of Education and Communities – at the same time the Government is... Read more »

Obama’s Thumping Victory for the Second Term

President Obama has made history by winning the second term as the Afro-American president. His re-election as the president of the United States offers an eloquent and incontrovertible testimony to the magnificent... Read more »

How to Preserve Your Food Without Electricity

Whether you’re facing Hurricane Sandy or not, it is essential to know at least a few ways in which you can preserve your food without any electricity. If you reside on the East... Read more »

Top Conspiracy Theories

The JFK Assassination This much we can stipulate: President John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, struck by two bullets — one in the head, one in the neck — while... Read more »

Ansar Burney likely to be interim PM of Pakistan

ISLAMABAD – President Asif Zardari is likely to announce the independent and nonpolitical interim Prime Minister in December or January before general elections in Country, to run the affairs and for free... Read more »

Religious and Politics

RELIGIOUS extremism has come under discussion in numerous forums as incidents of violence and terrorism have increased in recent years reflecting negatively on what many claim to be Pakistan’s Islamic identity. This... Read more »

The Power of Jonas Salk And William Shatner: A Pakistani View Of Jews

An opinion piece in the Malaysia Chronicle by Dr. Farrukh Saleem, a freelance journalist from Islamabad, Pakistan, caught our eye because of its ominous headline: “Why are Jews So Powerful?” But far... Read more »

Benjamin Netanyahu ‘ready to press the button’ on Iran

Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed that he will not allow Iran to continue its progress towards nuclear armament if he is re-elected in January. “I am of course ready to press the button... Read more »

Saaz Aur Awaz – 04 Nov 2012 Program

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Minister announces young people arts grants

Minister for the Arts, George Souris, has congratulated 24 recipients of Young People Grants, valued at almost half a million dollars, released under Arts NSW’s 2013 Arts Funding Programme.  Mr Souris said... Read more »

21st Century Socialism in Pakistan?

Three Marxist political parties in Pakistan are coming together to merge into one party of the left. In retreat for many decades, this is an important first step for the revival of... Read more »

میں پاکستان ہوں

میں پاکستان ہوں ٭     میرا قیام 1947میں جب عمل میں آیا تو میرے بنانے والے میری پرورش اور  ترقی   کے لئے دلِ و جاں نچھاور کرنے کے دعوے کرتے تھے۔ ٭  بدقسمتی... Read more »

Israel’s Netanyahu ‘ordered Iran strike in 2010’

Occupied Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Ehud Barak in 2010 ordered the army to prepare an attack against Iranian nuclear installations, though the order was later rescinded, Israeli... Read more »

Children ‘with no state’ in UK

Hundreds of children living rough in London and other cities may have no nationality, the BBC has found. Inside Out London has uncovered stories of children who according to official records do... Read more »

No Queen by 2015

The visit of Prince Charles, welcome though he is, should remind most Australians that the monarchy he represents plays a most unwelcome role in Australia’s governance. The removal of the monarchy from... Read more »

Osama bin Laden film positive propoganda for Obama?

WASHINGTON: Timing is everything in show business, but the director of the first movie about the commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden doubts its television premiere Sunday will swing the US... Read more »

PCB set to re-launch biomechanics lab

Costly equipment for biomechanical analysis at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Lahore is now set to be used, after years of neglect. The PCB has also approved renovation work at the... Read more »

1.5m Pakistanis major source of inflows from Saudi Arabia

Karachi—Over 1.5 million Pakistanis living in Saudi Arabia are contributing significantly to the economy of Pakistan. They are major source of inflows of remittances by overseas Pakistanis on the back of strategic... Read more »

Israel ‘admits’ killing Arafat’s deputy

Testimony published in Israeli daily claims the 1988 killing of Abu Jihad in Tunis was planned by the Mossad spy agency. Israel has for the first time admitted assassinating the deputy of Palestinian... Read more »

Pakistani youth take spouse visa route to success

Source: Dawn, 27 Sep, 2012  Young, old, fat, short, tall, fair, dark, smart, intelligent, caring – it doesn’t matter for young Pakistani men seeking prospective brides as a shortcut exit overseas. The... Read more »

Death and Destruction Stalk Karachi

In Karachi, during the past few months, the factories are being targeted by arsonists and criminal gangs. Who are these arsonists? The government does not know. The law enforcement agencies are not... Read more »

Taiwan ranks 20th in global Prosperity Index

Taiwan maintained 20th place in the latest global Prosperity Index released Oct. 29 by London-based public policy group Legatum Institute. The nation came fifth in the Asia-Pacific region, trailing Australia, New Zealand, Hong... Read more »

Canada is the 6th most prosperous country in the world

Canada is the sixth most prosperous country in the world, topped only by Australia, New Zealand and three Scandinavian countries, according to a British think-tank’s new prosperity index. Norway, Denmark and Sweden... Read more »