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By: Rabia Iqbal,  Department of Food Science and Technology, Government College Women University Faisalabad Plants are natural factories for production of different chemical compounds many of which are used to promote health and fighting against diseases. Medicinal plants functions as a therapeutic alternatives, safer choices, or in some cases, as the only effective treatment. People in separate cultures and places ... Read More »

Transition to a renewable energy model

Transition to a renewable energy model

  By: Farzana Yasmin Transition to renewable energy is an ambitious goal that entailsholistic reforms in power sector. It requirescrucial steps for harnessing the available renewable resources, major transformation in energy infrastructure,political will and legal framework support in place between electric companies, municipalities and policy makers in the private sector.Moreover renewable portfolio standards can alsoensure measurability of the set target  ... Read More »

A Golden Chapter of Muslim History Hazrat Imam Zain Ul Aabadeen (AS)

By Barrister Rubab Mehdi                                                   Martyrdom Day Hazrat Imam Zain Ul Aabadeen (AS) was born on a Thursday the 5th of Shabaan 38 Hijri in Madinah Munawwarah. Masaalik as-Saalikeen.Hazrat Imam Hussain kept most of his children names attached to the name Ali. This was due to his love for his father Sayyiduna Ali (AS). He was thus also named Ali. ... Read More »

Indus treaty interrupted

BY: SHAMILA MAHMOOD LAST week, the World Bank temporarily halted the process for appointment of chairman of a court of arbitration requested by Pakistan and a neutral expert requested by India to allow the two sides to resolve issues concerning the Kishenganga and Ratle hydroelectric projects in an amicable manner. It briefly explained that the action had been taken to ... Read More »

Bilawal Bhutto active politics

By: Atiya Naureen Bilawal Bhutto has returned to active politics in Pakistan. However, the PPP co-chairman has begun to sound more and more like PTI chairman Imran Khan. Addressing the closing ceremony of the celebration of the PPP’s Foundation Day in Lahore, Bilawal promised that the Sharif brothers would either be in jail or in Saudi Arabia in 2018. Replicating ... Read More »

PIA plane devastating tragedy

BY: Zubaria Rehman It will take a long time for the tragedy to sink in. There were no survivors from the 47 people who were on-board PK-661, which crashed on the way from Chitral to Islamabad. The aircraft crashed in a mountainous area and was already on fire before it hit the ground. The first thought when confronted with a ... Read More »

Acrimony at the heart of Asia

ZAHID  HUSSAIN SADLY, a forum established to encourage security, political and economic cooperation between Afghanistan and the surrounding nations turned into yet another event of Pakistan-bashing. What happened at the Heart of Asia ministerial meeting at Amritsar recently raises questions about Pakistan being represented at such a high official level, even at multilateral conferences. It is conduct unbecoming, when the ... Read More »

Of civil and military relations

By: ZAHID HUSSAIN AS the baton has now passed to Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa, there is no shortage of free advice consisting of dos’ and don’ts for the new army chief. While some exhort him to follow in the footsteps of his hyperactive and populist predecessor, others offer a word of caution for him to avoid the pitfalls and demand ... Read More »

The general’s legacy

ZAHID HUSSAIN “A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”   — Shannon L. Alder WEEKS after taking over the army command, General Raheel Sharif told a visitor that he would like to leave behind a powerful legacy. He has surely fulfilled his promise. A professional soldier to the core, he is ... Read More »

Back from the brink?

ZAHID HUSSAIN ALL focus has now shifted to a five-member bench of the Supreme Court to break the impasse over the Panama scandal. It is, indeed, a serious challenge for the country’s apex court to deal with. The issue has generated a political maelstrom threatening to sweep away the current system of politics. After resisting earlier, Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer ... Read More »

Sharif under siege

BY:ZAHID HUSSAIN MATTERS are getting increasingly ominous for Nawaz Sharif, although he may still be in a state of denial. It is not just about Imran Khan’s threatened lockdown of the capital; it is his increasingly tense relations with the military that must be his main worry. It is a much more serious situation than what Sharif faced during the ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes