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  • The curious case of prohibition in Pakistan

    Their research suggested that even though heroin addiction was rampant in Asia (especially China) in the early 20th century, it only became widespread in South Asian countries (such as Pakistan) in the 1980s...

    Various Pakistani commentators over the years have claimed that in Pakistan heroin addiction not only shot up due to the sudden influx of the drug from Afghanistan during the 1980s’ civil war there, but also because of the...

  • Abdul Sattar Edhi is feeling better, says Faisal Edhi

    ISLAMABAD: While refuting rumours regarding the health condition of renowned philanthropist and Edhi Foundation Chairman Abdul Sattar Edhi, his son Faisal Edhi said on Saturday that his father is feeling better now...

    “Today, with the sad demise of legendary philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi, everyone in Pakistan, Pakistanis abroad and millions of others, are in mourning,” it read...

  • EPICURIOUS: FEELING CHILLI?

    It will probably take longer to read this article than it will to start a pot of soul-satisfying chilli bubbling on the stove...

    With preparation time all of 10 minutes, this hot and spicy stew consisting primarily of beans, tomatoes and ground beef is a quick and easy way to get out of the kitchen as chilly weather approaches
  • POETRY: A SIMPLE EXPRESSION OF FEELING

    William Wordsworth rejected the laboured exercise of writing poetry and declared that poetry should be written in “the real language of men”, and that it should be “the spontaneous overflow of feeling...

    The mention of emails and iPhones gives a realistic touch to the “spontaneous overflow of feeling...

  • That hollow feeling

    If body language is the essence of pop diplomacy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the unrivalled star of the international circuit...

    At a briefing session held in Islamabad with the diplomatic missions of NSG countries, Tasnim Aslam, head of the UN desk at the Foreign Office, had urged them to adopt an objective and non-discriminatory criteria for non-NPT states, but in the words of a seasoned diplomat, both India and Pakistan are...

  • US firms in China feeling ‘clear and far-reaching’ trade war pinch: survey

    SHANGHAI: American companies in China are being hurt by tariffs in the growing trade war between Washington and Beijing, according to a survey of hundreds of firms, prompting the US business lobbies behind the poll to urge the Trump administration to reconsider its approach...

    The United States and China have imposed tariffs on $50 billion of each other’s goods since July as trade frictions between the world’s two biggest economies...
  • Australia’s old familiar feeling is back: Border

    “After a gentle start, Australia now look the real deal and the win against New Zealand has brought back that old familiar feeling that often leads to a World Cup trophy,” Border said in an ICC Media column...

    India and England demand massive respect too and you can never count your chickens — but that old familiar feeling is definitely back...

  • The curious case of a missing relic casket

    PESHAWAR: A rare cruciform relic casket of Gandhara civilisation was reported missing from the reserve collection of Sir Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum Museum at University of Peshawar about six months ago...

    However, the administration of the university is dilly-dallying to hold a probe into the matter and take necessary legal action
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