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Importance of Travelling 

In the hustling bustling life, travelling is a great escape to get rid of a robotic life and learn something interesting every moment. Through vivid exposure, it reaches various experiences of life. ¬†Fortunately my business of export of Sports Goods, has been such that I…

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Indigenous Industry of Medicines 

It has proudly been claimed by the ‘Pakistan Pharmaceutical Industry’ that it has successfully acquired ability and met 95% of the country’s medicine requirement and the country’s imports have dropped up to merely 5 percent and that too are  required in  rudimentary form to be…

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History of PIA and other Airlines 

(Prof. Safdar Sandal) Pakistan did not have a national airline until 1955, when the private ‘Orient Airways’, was nationalized and renamed ‘Pakistan International Airways’. Initially, it was founded on 29 October 1946 and was based in Calcutta; later shifted to the newly independent state of Pakistan…

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A FORMIDABLE BLOC TO BE 

(Prof. Safdar Sandal) Indian isolation and a new regional order in South and Central Asian Region (CARs) are, in the offing. It will have global repercussions unequivocally. Under the BJP rule, India has shown a lack of strategies or divine spark for which its diplomacy…

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A case of the marriage spree 

(Dr. S.M. Moin Qureshi) Everyone cannot and should not aspire for everything that is in the world. Yet, certain deprivations do put a man into an inferior mental condition. In London, a woman had two children from her previ­ous marriage and one from the latest…

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Startling —— Developments 

(Prof. Safdar Sandal) China and Iran have drafted a comprehensive military and trade partnership.  The deal will make way for about $400 billion worth of Chinese investment into Iran’s key sectors i.e. energy and military developments, for the next 25 years. This agreement would lead…

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Corruption extends to machines 

(Dr. S.M. Moin Qureshi) The toughest decision a purchasing official has to encounter is when he is about to buy a machine designed to re­place him. The computer which is essentially a machine has made man a tool-using ani­mal. It has, on the one hand,…

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LIVING CLOSE TO THE AIRPORT IS AT RISK 

(Abdul Sattar Azad) Airline operations were first identified with environmental hazards in 1950 when the turbine engine aircraft made their debut for commercial transportation. The major noticeable effect was the exhaust plumes from “The engine. In the last 50 years, it has been realized time…