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August 2011

SINO-PAK Friendship and Cooperation

Pakistan and China ties are between two nations and not confined to the government only. These relations have gone beyond bilateral Pakistan and China decided jointly to celebrate 2011 as Year of Friendship on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic rela­tionship between them. China and Pakistan are holding a series of activities in the politi­cal, ... Read More »

How to Avoid Falling of Hairs

The solution for falling hair can be a combination of medicines as prescribed by the doctor and good nutrition coupled with good grooming. Use only good quality shampoos and oil. Dry the hair after a head bath and then comb gently. Do not leave the hair unattended for long time as this may lead to the hair becoming sticky and ... Read More »

Security Crisis in Pakistan

The security landscape is marred with target killings in Karachi along with the mounting assaults and ambushes by the militants against security forces in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Balochistan. Pakistan, the world’s sixth most populous country and second biggest Muslim one, is facing violence and divided. If the definition of security is a state being free from ... Read More »


Let us analyse the cause of the pleasure which results from reading the printed matter that we buy from the book-stalls or borrow from the libraries. OUTLINE: 1.    The common factor in most reading is escapism. 2.    This factor lasts even into later life. 3.    Humorous novels are quite amusing and relaxing. 4.    Most educated people have a balanced reading ... Read More »

The Importance of TOEIC

TOEIC was developed by Educational Testing Service (ETS), the same company that developed the TOEFL. This test has the advantage of being inexpensive, objective and fast. The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is a standardised, paper-and-pencil test to judge the ability of non-native speakers to use English in everyday activities. This test is designed to assess the language ... Read More »

Liberal Education

Liberal education means to empower an individual and prepare him to deal with diversity, complexity and change. Outline 1.    Introduction 2.    Definition 3.    Importance 4.    Sphere of liberal education 5.    Objectives (a)  To produce informed citizens. (b)  To develop creative thinking (c)  To improve skills and competitiveness (d) To inculcate communication skills 6.    Present style of education in Pakistan 7.   ... Read More »

Action is the Foundational Key to all Success

Abdullah Nayyar Sheikh stood third in the CSS-2010 exam and also passed CSS-2009 exam by securing 31st position overall. At this time he will be allocated to his group preference ‘PSP’. He qualified the CSS exam twice and distinguished himself. His interview will be helpful for the CSS candidates how to prepare and get higher marks in the written and ... Read More »

Pak-Canada ties: A Growing Economic Relationship

Canada has worked with Pakistan to facilitate enhanced business for small and medium sized Pakistan enterprises Canada Day, formerly Dominion Day, is the National Day of Canada, a federal statutory holiday celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the British North America Act (Now called the Constitution Act, 1867), which united three British colonies into a single ... Read More »

Quaid’s Shift from Unity Stance to Separation

Quaid assessed the situation as “parting of the ways” and so it proved to be. The convention rejected Quaid-e-Azam’s amendments. Indeed one Hindu leader even said that he represented nobody. Quaid understood that his last self-imposed mission of Hindu-Muslim unity had been a complete failure. Disillusioned with the narrow communal approach of the Hindu leadership to the constitutional question, Quaid ... Read More »