Fawad Chaudhary writes in his archives

I can write easily from now on as I have applied the medicines on my swallowed palm. No journalist would ever dare to talk absurd about myself after the slap that I hit in between the bunches of black and white hair. Yes, I’m talking about Sami Ibrahim. I didn’t …

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Save pink Himalayan salt reserves of Pakistan


    Why Himalayan salt? Pakistan’s salt is pure as it contains 99 percent halite. Pakistani salt is pure than Indian salt as the purification cost of impure salt effects the prices. The country has salt reserves estimated at around 10billion tonnes. Global outreach Pakistan accounts for less than 1 …

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Veena Malik yet again hits the headlines

What else can be more bewildering than the scandalous dinner that the national cricket team players have had a night before the most talked-about fixture between India and Pakistan? Pakistani team’s performance raised many questions and there have been almost a series of allegations leveled against the greenshirts through social …

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Amnesty International: Evidence of ongoing attacks in Sudan


Amnesty International in its report has shown that Sudanese government forces are still committing war crimes and serious human rights violations in Darfur. Amnesty International says in its report that recent attacks against the citizens in Darfur mainly go unreported. According to the UN, about 2 million people remain displaced …

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Digital Tax Regime in Pakistan


Speaking at the Karachi Press Club senior economist Yousaf Nazar suggested some reforms to bring the economy on the rails and ways to bring about economic stability. He said that the digital tax regime can double the tax to GDP ratio within two years. Once the tax to GDP ration …

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