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CNG stations in Sindh closed for 72 hours, will reopen on Thursday

CNG stations across Sindh have been closed for a period of 72 hours and are scheduled to reopen on Thursday later this week. As per the decision made by Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC), CNG stations across Sindh have been closed for 72 hours starting from Monday (today) 8 am in light of substantial gas shortage. CNG stations will now reopen on January 21st Thursday later this week, whereas LNG and other gas

Life in lockdown: A torrid tale of brutalities endured by IIOJK at hands of India

Indian authorities say life is returning to normal in Kashmir. But thousands of people have been detained, and the military still patrols the streets, firing pellet guns and tear gas to quell protests. The people of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir have been facing the worst kind of Indian state terrorism for challenging its illegal occupation of their soil for the past over 73 years. Unfortunately,

Remembring Arfa Karim, a bright light diminished too soon

It is not often that one comes across people who can be labeled prodigies, Arfa Karim Randhawa though was certainly one. A young Pakistani student and computer prodigy who became the youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) in 2004. She was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for her achievement. She had summed up her life’s philosophy in an interview saying; “If you want to do something big

Dreams never depart

Walking along the sun. 'Tis the sunset of the day, My hopes are high, My world is on run, I want to nullify … The negativity around anyone. Looking back into the past. Thee would get, nothing of all. The pains ... the miseries ... all veins, And I came alive, without any fall. My heart got a beat, my soul still agile. I can run a mile, mounting any wall. Thou

The undying resolve of Asiya Andrabi

Pakistan was carved out of India in 1947 as the Muslim counterweight to India's Hindu population. Predominantly Muslim Kashmir to the north of both countries was divided between them, with India dominating two-thirds of the region and Pakistan one third. A Muslim-led revolt against the Hindu ruler triggered a build-up of Indian troops and an attempt by India to annex the whole in 1948, provoking a war with

Saira Peter to release new party, romantic songs in year 2021

Internationally renowned vocalist and Pakistan’s only opera singer Saira Peter has announced to release her new collection of songs in year 2021. As per details, Saira Peter is set to release her song ‘Aey Zindagi Aey Zindagi’ in next week, which will be followed by the release of ‘Bajay Dil Ki Sitar’ – a composition of renowned musician Khawaja Khursheed Anwar, in February. Expressing her views, Saira Peter

India looking to launch surgical strike against Pakistan: FM Qureshi

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Friday India was planning a surgical strike against Pakistan days after a New Delhi-backed campaign against Islamabad was exposed. Addressing a press conference in Abu Dhabi, FM Qureshi said he had received information "through our intelligence agencies" that India was preparing to launch a surgical strike against Pakistan and fanning a new wave of terrorism. Terming

Rashid Khan – CEO PTCL, Ufone passes away

Rashid Khan –  President and CEO of Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTCL), Ufone passed away on Thursday (today). As per details, Rashid Khan was undergoing medical treatment in a private hospital in Islamabad and passed away on Thursday morning. “With immense sorrow we must announce that Rashid Khan, President and CEO, PTCL & Ufone, has passed away this morning. His vision and extraordinary

Army Public School attack: Pakistan’s rise from the ashes of tragedy

It has been six years, since the horrific tragedy of Army Public School in Peshawar, but the tragic memory of this incident is still fresh in our hearts when armed terrorists killed 145 innocent people including 132 innocent children on December 16, 2014. The tragedy of Army Public School was one of the most tragic events in the history of Pakistan. After this tragic day, complete changes were made in the

AJK born Dr. Mazharullah Rathore among world’s best scientific researchers

Son of former Secretary to the government of Azad Kashmir, Raja Farid Muhammad Rathore has been chosen as one of the best scientific researchers in the world. Scientists are classified into 22 scientific fields and 176 sub-fields by the International scientific data aggregator, Mendeley. Field- and subfield-specific percentiles based on publication of at least 5 papers by each researcher. Dr. Mazharullah