Archive for January, 2012
Capital Development Authority going to install World’s most expensive street lights in Islamabad. The price of the street lights will be 8 billion rupees and payment method will be in pound.
YANGON: President Asif Ali Zardari on Wednesday conferred ‘Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Award for Democracy’ on Aung San Suu Kyi, the icon of long struggle for democracy.
Internet has really converted the world into a global village. This E-world phobia seems to be getting the better of juveniles as well as
the adults. Internet has provided many media in the form of chat messengers which allow people to make acquaintance with strangers from all over the world. Facebook is one of them.
When I first heard of Salman Rushdie I was at university. The Satanic Verses had set off a perfect storm in India and around the world. The book was banned in India following fiery protests by Muslims. Many died in Mumbai when police opened fire on angry protesters. Then came Ayatollah Khomeini’s fatwa sanctioning the novelist’s death, sparking a global debate on free speech and “excessive” Muslim sensitivity.
Washington: Pakistan’s ambassador to America Sheri Rehman achieves his first success after meeting with US President Obama. US Refuses to Provide Security to Mansoor Ijaz despite he is the US citizen
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said that his statement regarding army chief and DG ISI was relevant in a particular situation that was given due todiscrepancies in the statements of senior officials, Geo News reported.