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  • Whistleblowers prefer to keep lips sealed

    Fifteen years down the road, people still wonder if Enron Corporation, the seventh largest company in the US in 2001, which sank into a sea of financial crisis, could have been saved had the company chairman Kenneth Lay, listened to Sherron Watkins, the company’s vice president, who whispered into his ear that an ‘elaborate accounting fraud’, was being perpetrated in the company...

    Chairman Lay apparently did not take Watkins seriously
  • China aims to land probe on dark side of the moon

    BEIJING: China is planning to land a lunar probe on the far side of the moon, state media reported, the latest step for Beijing’s ambitious space programme...

    The mission will be launched before 2020 and aims to land a probe on a part of the moon never visible from earth, the official Xinhua news agency reported, citing officials at the Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • How CIA helped produce Zero Dark Thirty

    In the years since Zero Dark Thirty became a box-office success and an Oscar contender, inquiring minds (not to mention the Senate Intelligence Committee) have wondered how close director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal got with the CIA...

  • Ministers in the dark about outcome of army chief’s Kabul visit

    ISLAMABAD: In a reflection of growing civil-military disconnect on crucial foreign policy and security matters, two key government ministers expressed ignorance in the Senate on Tuesday over the outcome of the army chief’s weekend visit to Afghanistan...

    Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, who had specially been called to the Senate for the purpose, made a statement on the Indian prime minister’s surprise visit...
  • Confessions of TTP’s Mufti Shakir reveal dark underbelly of militancy in Karachi

    KARACHI: Mohammad Shakir­ullah alias Mufti Shakir, who was arrested over charges of killing policemen and carrying out the suicide attack on CID SP Chaudhry Aslam in 2014, was released on bail and subsequently fled to Afghanistan and is now running an active training camp for militants, it emerged on Wednesday...

    During interrogation by a joint investigation team (JIT) inside the Karachi Central Prison in March 2014, he had confessed to...
  • More factories go dark as China’s expansion hangs in the balance

    IN pockets of China’s industrial heartland, a government push to clean up the environment and cut excess output is starting to bite: furnaces have gone cold, the lights have been switched off, migrant workers are drifting back home...

    Liu Xiaoping, a resident of the sprawling, smoggy, steel-making hub of Jinan in the northeast is among the campaign’s collateral damage
  • Footprints: THE DARK SIDE

    THEY travel in groups now, never alone; and each time the doorbell rings, they dread the worst...

    Their homes are beco­ming emptier; personal possessions are being sold off
  • Dark history behind India's 'guru in bling'

    Self-styled “godman” Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh inspired extraordinary devotion in India, where huge crowds flocked to hear his teachings ? even after he was accused of rape in a high-profile case that ended in conviction...

    Singh counted film stars, cricketers and politicians among his legions of supporters
  • After Sabeen Mahmud's murder, progressives see dark future

    ISLAMABAD: The killing of a prominent rights campaigner Friday has sent shockwaves through the country's progressives, as those who speak out against alleged abuses by the state say they are under increasing threat...

    Sabeen Mahmud, the 40-year-old director The Second Floor cafe in Karachi which regularly hosted debates and arts events, was killed when gunmen attacked her car as she left the venue minutes after hosting a seminar on...
  • Environment: Dark waters

    Apart from the Steel Mill, none of these have a pre-treatment facility and untreated effluents from all these areas drain into municipal sewers, and then into the sea via the Lyari and Malir Rivers...

  • Past present: Light and dark

    The Greek colony of Ionia produced great thinkers and philosophers, whose ideas were discussed, analysed and interpreted generation after generation to understand the society and its problems...

    Heraclitus (d
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