- U.S. defense chief to visit Pakistan for talks with prime minister
- Bolton house fire 'murder-suicide' theory probed
- Indian Lt-Gen Kuldeep Singh Brar attackers jailed
- World pays tribute to 'giant of history' Mandela
- UK: Border Force 'neglecting duties', say MPs
- Tehelka case: Tejpal's police custody extended by four days
- Obama says he will propose NSA reforms
- Syria's chemical weapons to be shipped in delicate US-Danish operation
- Hagel: US military power must back Iran nuclear deal
- Pandit Ravi Shankar gets posthumous Grammy nomination
Nelson Mandela remains a colossal symbol of hope and courage, and there will be few to emulate his august status in history, but the people of Africa will probably need many more Mandelas before real change will come.
Having fond memories of visiting Peshawar as a teenager with his father, Shahrukh Khan harbours a hope to take his three children to visit his family’s hometown, and hopes ties between India and Pakistan become ‘friendlier’ and ‘family-like’.
Chairman of the APPS UK, Dr. Mohammed Iqbal, belongs to Karachi. It is his dream to establish state-of-the-art Center for Deaf Children in Lahore and Karachi. He wants to see the Pakistani community active in British politics.
Abdul Majeed Shaheen, President UK Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UKPCCI) said that resolving the issues of Pakistani community is the first priority of the chamber.
Sajid Javid MP, Britain’s new Financial Secretary to the Treasury, who was born in Rochdale in Manchester, said he was proud of his Pakistan roots.
Sabirul Islam, a British Bangladeshi turned to be a global icon by his efforts to extend entrepreneurship to developing countries through his program Inspire One Million.
Future homes will be quite different from what had been decades back as new construction technologies are coming up in building industry.
The taste of our people is quite different. Two big fashion magazines of this country could not differentiate between ‘Couture’ and 'Kachra’ - Omar Mansoor. Read More
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