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  • When home is not a home

    They preferred Pakistani schools instead of educational institutions in their home province of Nangarhar, Afghanistan, due to the low standard of education there...

    “I hadn’t lost heart and continued studying in the evening at home after assisting my elder brother as a munshi (record keeper) at his auto-parts shop near the Torkham border during the day,” he told me when I visited the school at Bacha Maina...

  • For Hariri, Saudi Arabia no longer feels like a home away from home

    WHEN I heard that President Macron was ready to whisk Lebanon’s kidnapped prime minister to Paris with his family — victims of the gentlest hostage-taking in the history of Saudi Arabia — I couldn’t but recall what Saad Hariri said to me a few years after he first became Lebanon’s premier in 2009...

    I was sitting in his office in his Koreitem Palace — a vast, ugly monster of a building not far from the Hamra district of Beirut — and I...
  • Home away from home

    Mitharam Hostel, Sewakunj Hostel and Jinnah Courts Hostel were homes away from the home for students of the ’50s, ’60s and early ’70s; these were the golden era of student life...

  • Footprints: Living in a home away from home

    SUMERA Riaz sits gingerly on the edge of the sofa and tells her story...

    It is in the words of a little girl who does not understand much of anything except being torn away from her family, with not much hope of being reunited with them
  • Sikh pilgrims reach a home away from home

    “We always feel Pakistan a home away from home as many temples of our spiritual and religious leaders are here,” group leader Raam Paal Singh told reporters on the occasion...

    A Pakistani driver, who was sent to Attari by the authorities to collect pilgrims and bring them to Wagah and onward, was sent back home by the Indian authorities after his visa was found expired...

  • Veggies and fruit: home-grown and home-made

    With health, environmental and economic troubles, there’s never been a better time to plant a few seeds in your own garden Hafeez Khan, 29, an Islamabad resident, decided to turn to home gardening more than six months ago...

    According to Salma Kamal, project director of Kitchen Gardening Free Lesson and Seeds, a home-based course on social media, the concept took root in the country just two years back...

  • Home sweet home

    Demonstrated successfully in Gulshan-i-Shahbaz (near Hyderabad), Karachi, Gharo, Lahore, Peshawar and other cities, the concept has the potential to be adopted as an option for our cities...

  • We need to acclimatise to English conditions: Wahab Riaz

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistani pacer Wahab Riaz said in a interview published on Friday that Pakistan will have to acclimatise to the English conditions to outfox the hosts on the upcoming tour starting July 14...

    "England is a very tough opponent in home conditions, therefore, the green-shirts would have to be on top of their game to compete with the English team," the left-arm-fast said...

  • 17 dead after protests in Cameroon English-speaking areas

    Cameroon's military is heavily deployed in the country's English-speaking regions and few people are on the streets after 17 people were killed over the weekend in protests in support of independence for some Anglophone regions...

    Tens of thousands of English-speaking Cameroonians hoisted flags on Sunday to show that they want independence from the country's French-speaking majority, defying security forces and bans for gathering in...

  • Australia tightens English requirements for foreign students

    Australia is tightening English language requirements for foreign students in, what it said on Thursday, is a bid to improve standards across the country's Aus$28 billion international education market...

    Currently, prospective overseas students can take an intensive English course to prepare for further studies if they do not already have other qualifications showing their ability to study in the language...

  • Indian, English judges to compete for International Court of Justice's office

    ISLAMABAD: With Pakistan finalising its strategy to fight the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian judge and an English judge will vie with each other in a run-off election scheduled to take place on Monday for the coveted office of a judge at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague...

    An informed source privy to the development told Dawn that the run-off election was being held in the ICJ because there was a...

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