The Maiden Voyage

The Maiden Voyage: When, thought to be unsinkable giant ship –  the maiden voyage- Titanic was sinking, the first class passengers were provided with the lifeboats while rest were left to fend for themselves. The 20 lifeboats could only safe up to half of the passengers out of 2208 on …

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Fidel Castro gets Nishan-e-Pakistan

Fidel Castro gets Nishan-e-Pakistan: Pakistan’s highest civilian award is Nishan-e-Pakistan. The most recent one has awarded to Fidel Castro – President of Cuba on May 23, 2018. He had honoured with the Nishan-e-Pakistan for rendering unwavering services to the South Asian country. Pakistan will always remember Castro for the generosity …

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Life of Stephen Hawking

What We Know about Stephen Hawking? Birth: Stephen Hawking was born in England on January 8, 1942. He was a great physicist and the author of ‘A Brief History of Time’. Qualification: He attended St. Alnans School at St. Albans. He studied physics and graduated with the first class hons …

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Summer Solstice; longest day of the year

The Summer Solstice: The longest day of the year falls on Thursday, June 21 in the Northern Hemisphere and that’s what we call Summer Solstice. This day, in Australia and other countries of the southern hemisphere, has marked as the winter solstice.   Today’s the Summer Solstice of 2018 – …

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Running on Treadmill and Weight Loss

Running on Treadmill and Weight Loss: Obesity is one of the global issues and is widely under discussion yet people have to suffer a lot from this menace. Pakistan is suffering from the epidemic of obesity and the problem is hitting hard on all age groups and genders. The trend …

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Kashmir and Bharatiya Janta Party

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) assumed power in Indian-held Kashmir in 2014. BJP is a Hindu chauvinist party in India who first enabled to form a coalition government in Indian occupied Kashmir. Ever since BJP has come to power it’s proposing granting permanent citizenship to Hindu refugees in Kashmir-  aimed at …

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Hunger in Yemen Hitting Hard on Civilians

Hunger in Yemen Hitting Hard on Civilians:   United Nations has warned that 13 million people are facing starvation in Yemen. UN has called for a halt to air strikes which are killing the civilians. Yemen could face the worst famine in the world in 100 years, said UN. Hundreds …

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Jamal Kashhogi Feared Dead

Jamal Kashhogi Feared Dead: Trump has warned Saudi Arabia of “severe punishment”, if the Kingdom’s leader be linked to the disappearance of US resident and harsh critic of Riyadh policies – Khashoggi. Khashoggi disappeared on October 2 after he visited Saudi consulate. “Could it be them? Yes,” Trump said. Turkey …

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