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SAMSUNG dominates Pakistan’s consumer electronics market

SAMSUNG dominates Pakistan’s consumer electronics market

As I received report about the demise of SAMSUNG chief Lee Kun-hee a few days back, I recalled my visit to SAMSUNG Town in Seoul during South Korean tour on the invitation of Asia Journalists Association in 2007. Name of this company was familiar to me but I had no idea of it being such […]

IMF says Pakistan economy on track but inflation looms

IMF says Pakistan economy on track but inflation looms

ISLAMABAD: The International Monetary Fund said Saturday that Pakistan’s economic reform program remained broadly on track, but warned over rising inflation. Pakistan received a $6.7 billion IMF bailout package last year to help the country achieve economic reforms, particularly in its troubled energy sector. “The IMF is encouraged by the overall progress made in pushing […]

Why dozens of Pakistani peacocks perish?

Why dozens of Pakistani peacocks perish?

Peacocks and peahens on the verge of extinction in area Like every year, drought and extreme hot weather in Thar Desert of Southern Sindh province of Pakistan have started hitting the birds as dozens of peacocks have died and hundreds of birds fallen sick in different villages. The drought and hot weather causes outbreak of […]

Sindh through Centuries

Sindh through Centuries

Korean, Japanese, Indian, American, German and other research scholars explore hidden aspects of Great Indus Civilization Around 25 foreign research scholars from South Korea, Japan, India, USA and Germany joined local historians and scholars at 3-day International Seminar on ‘Sindh through Centuries’ from March 24 to 26, 2014 at Karachi, the port city and capital […]

African presence in Sindh

African presence  in Sindh

Prof. Adams B. Bodomo, hailing from Ghana, who headed the Department of African Studies at University of Hong Kong and University of Vienna, Austria, and also a visiting professor at Ansted University, Malaysia, rightly said over a decade ago during a lecture that despite not-so-tenuous historical, cultural and linguistic connections between Africa and Asia, Africa […]

Gold for garbage: Innovative way of waste management

Gold for garbage: Innovative way of waste management

Twenty years back people laughed at Ms. Nargis Latif, who hails from a well-off family of Karachi, when she started collecting municipal waste for recycling and propagated the slogan “waste for gold” as an idea aimed to create self-employment opportunities and get rid of environmental problems. Even though she did not get a positive response […]

Pakistan produces more mullahs than doctors and engineers annually

Pakistan produces more mullahs than doctors and engineers annually

Although all the religious parties except two (Jamaat-e-Islami and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam who could clinch a few seats in 342-member parliament) were rejected by the people of Pakistan in the general elections held in May this year, they are penetrating deep and deeper in the society by establishing thousands of seminaries across the country, producing around […]

Talent on the streets of Pakistan

Talent on the streets of Pakistan

It’s true that the talent can take birth anywhere. On the streets of Pakistan, one can come across many people who have passion and flair for singing. Mostly they are folk singers and musicians who are compelled to perform at streets and roadsides owing to their economic circumstances and having no opportunity to appear in […]

Pakistan, a nation hostage to criminals

Pakistan, a nation hostage to criminals

The entire Pakistani nation is virtually hostage to terrorists, kidnappers, killers and other criminals, as the number of crimes including heinous crimes like murders, kidnapping for ransom, highway robberies, bank robberies, rape, gang-rape, extortion, car and bike theft and snatching, shooting dead for a mobile phone and other street crimes run in hundreds of thousands […]

Flood water causes mass mortality of fish at Karachi Harbour

Flood water causes mass mortality of fish at Karachi Harbour

The torrential rain on August 03 last has caused not only misery for the citizens of Karachi, the biggest city of Pakistan and capital of Southern Sindh province, but also affected marine life, as the rain water flowing through Industrial Estate laden with toxic chemicals when entered Karachi Harbour resulted in mass mortality of fish […]

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