Daily Archive: Thursday, April 12, 2012

Curfew in Gilgit enter the 9th day, security forces hold 24 suspects

Life and business activities remained paralysed as curfew in Gilgit-Baltistan entered ninth consecutive day on Wednesday. Citizens are facing extreme shortage of food, fuel and

The world of national versus humane development

Outsiders must be a little mystified as to why the Obama administration’s nomination of Jim Young Kim to lead the World Bank has kicked

A better period for India and Pakistan

By Shashi Tharoor   India and Pakistan are enjoying one of the better periods in their turbulent relationship. Recent months have witnessed no terrorist incidents,

Veena Malik’s sin, bigger than acid attacks

By Huneeya Mazari Is a woman simply labeled a whore or a saint, a mother or a prostitute in Pakistan? It seems that having

Premature baby declared ‘stillborn’ found alive 12 hours later

BABY SHOWED NO SIGNS OF LIFE, BUT 12 HOURS LATER WAS FINE By Mark Russell A premature baby pronounced stillborn was found alive and well