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Khan is holder of three bachelor (honors) degrees in administration, management and strategic studies. Possess more than 35 years of experience on various managerial and administrative posts of private and public organizations. Contributes to Urdu and English periodicals regularly. Currently engaged as international coordinator in educational academy located in Frankfurt-Germany.

Our Denial has killed children in Peshawar

Source: Dawn There is no sight uglier than a child’s corpse. I can say this because I have seen one dying before my eyes. When a child dies, no words…

Woman bearing the name of man’s ex-girlfriend gets free world trip

Source: CNN (CNN) — Jordan Axani planned to travel around the world with his girlfriend Elizabeth Gallagher, until they broke up. Now, he’ll embark on Sunday on the circumnavigation with…

Pakistan must not give in to Taliban dream of Islamic ‘perfection’

Source: CNN (CNN) — Established in 2007 following the Red Mosque siege, the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), or Pakistani Taliban, is now a prominent actor in that country’s politics. It is…

‘The bear never asks permission’

Source: CNN CNN) — Have no fear, Vladimir Putin is here. That seems to be the message in an epic promo released ahead of the Russian president’s annual news conference…

New York Archdiocese Appears Likely to Shutter More Churches

Source:N Y Times: The sweeping reorganization of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, set to take effect next year, is likely to involve the merger or the closing of…

Sorry, Internet: Pope Francis Didn’t Open Paradise to Pets

Source: The Daily Beast But Pope Paul VI did, decades ago. This internet rumor isn’t true, but the Catholic Church really has done hard thinking about animal souls. This week…

THIRD CONVOCATION CEREMONY OF JAMIA AHMADIYYA UK TAKES PLACE

Source:pressahmadiyya.com  22 Graduates receive their degrees from Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is pleased to announce that on 13 December 2014, the Third Convocation Ceremony of…

Women of Ahmadiyya Community Croatia take part in IWCZ Christmas Bazar Zagreb on PAKISTANI Stall

Source:Face Book On 07.12.2014, women belonging to Ahmadiyya community Zagreb organized two stalls under the banner of PAKISTAN in Christmas Bazar of IWCZ (International Women Club Zagreb). One stall was…

US monitoring mass conversions in India

Source: Dawn WASHINGTON: The United States said on Friday that it was closely monitoring reports of forced mass conversions in India. “We are aware of recent reports regarding alleged coercion…

Cold war is on

Source: Dawn A COLD war is on between the West and Russia in right earnest. Its immediate cause is, of course, the Ukraine. But Prof John J. Mearsheimer of the…

A general’s views

Source: Dawn LATELY, Pervez Musharraf has been unburdening himself of some of his views on democracy. In a BBC interview, he said that while he believed in democracy, he did…

The dismal state of human rights in Pakistan

Source: ET  The International Day of Human Rights was observed on December 10 by the international community to commemorate the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) by…

The untold story of Pakistan’s blasphemy law

Source: Dawn A few days ago, a video of erstwhile pop icon and widely heard Islamic evangelist, Junaid Jamshed went viral on the Internet, in which his remarks were perceived…

The Other Islamic State

Source: NY Times: While much of the world has been focused on the rise of the Islamic State, another proto-Islamic state has been waging a campaign of terror while dreaming…

Gitmo inmate: My treatment shames American flag

Source: CNN Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (CNN) – I’ve heard that the Senate report on CIA torture is 6,000 pages long. My story, though, takes place elsewhere: in Guantanamo, away from the…

Torture and the U.S. Intelligence Failure

Source: Stratfor By George Friedman The Obama administration published a series of memoranda on torture issued under the Bush administration. The memoranda, most of which dated from the period after…

Chinese Province Bans Islamic Veil, Sparking Rights Concerns

Source: Dawn BEIJING: The capital of China’s far western Xinjiang has banned the wearing of Islamic veils in public, the regional government said on Thursday, in a move experts worry…

Pakistan’s Malala moment

Source: ET Malala Yousufzai on December 10 made history as she became the world’s youngest winner of the Nobel peace prize award. Aged only 17, the teenager from Swat collected…

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