Let's Transform; a plausible initiative by Iqra University to promote education

By Muhammad Atif Noor ISLAMABAD, Apr 24 (APP): With less than 2.7 per cent of GDP being spent on education, Pakistan is spending least on...

CPEC to benefit three billion people through enhanced regional connectivity

By Muhammad Asghar ISLAMABAD, Apr 24 (APP): China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a trans-regional project, would benefit three billion people of the region through enhanced regional...

Usage of clay-made coolers gaining momentum in summer

By Mudassar Iqbal ISLAMABAD, April 24 (APP): Clay pottery is making a comeback with a vengeance, especially as a fancy substitute for water dispensers. With style introduced...

Nawaz Sharif envisions region’s peace linked with socio-economic development

By Shafek Koreishi ISLAMABAD, Apr 24 (APP): Resolution of Kashmir dispute and forging closer relations with Afghanistan have remained the priorities in Pakistan’s foreign policy since independence,...

Improved facilities at Benazir Bhutto airport satisfies passengers, public

By Muhammad Atif Noor ISLAMABAD, Apr 17 (APP): Airports of a country generally portray its reflection to the world and a lot is done across the...

Increasing Pollen allergy makes life tough for residents

By Mudassar Iqbal ISLAMABAD, Apr 17 (APP): Associated mainly with Spring season, the residents of otherwise “beautiful” Islamabad are in the full grip these days of...

Great (Azeem) son of Azeem Anwar Masood, wants institutionalization of Mushairas

ISLAMABAD, Apr 03 (APP): Renowned humorous poet Anwar Masood has called upon concerned official quarters to institutionalize the weekly gatherings (Mushairas) of poets of...

Is smoking, sheesha use on rise among sections of women folk?

By Syeda Sidra Bukhari ISLAMABAD, Apr 17 (APP): There was a time when efforts were confined to controlling drug addiction among teenagers or males of the...

Private educational institutions made education a commercial commodity

By Mudassar Iqbal ISLAMABAD, 16 Dec (APP): The staggering increase in number of private schools and academies in twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad shows...

Players’ power once again dominating affairs of PCB

By Muhammad Atif Noor ISLAMABAD, Dec 27 (APP): Players’ power seems to be once again dominating the cricketing affairs in Pakistan as evident by the...

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