Pakistani biker and vlogger, Abrar Hassan, rode his bike for 50 days to reach Medina – a feat that surely exhibits his daring spirit.
The Millennium Education (TME) is an extension of the Roots School System founded in 1988 by Mrs. Riffat Mushtaq. These new generation millennium schools and colleges have been founded by her son Dr. Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq (TI). Being one of the best education systems in Pakistan, the Millennium Education focuses on high-quality education, responsibility, and citizenship in a supportive environment – tailored for the international community.
Pakistan seems to be modernising its economy with smart solutions. Oware Technologies is a supply chain tech startup that is revamping the outdated logistics industry with its multifaceted digital approach.
Pakistan makes a return to the Asian Tour after a four-year-long hiatus. The CNS-Pakistan Golf Championship has been added to the Asian Tour with an extraordinary cash prize of US$500,000.
Pakistan has recently exported its locally produced model of the Changan Oshan X7, driving the local auto industry and export growth of the country.
Taleemabad will be collaborating with Telenor Pakistan to introduce digital learning to 6 public schools at the pilot stage. If this digital model is proven successful, the collaboration will be extended to over 400 schools in Islamabad.
Carrefour, a French multinational retail corporation, has firmly established itself in Pakistan, drumming up investments and hence boosting the economy. It has recently made an investment of PKR 1 billion with DHA Lahore for the establishment of two stores.
Pakistan, with its thousands of acres of cultivable land, has set on a path to fully avail its olive production potential. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s 10 Billion Tree Tsunami project has played a crucial role in Pakistan’s olive revolution, aiding the state in becoming a member of the International Olive Council (IOC). Though its olive production is low at the moment, Pakistan aims to cultivate 16,000 tons of olives by 2027.
The author, Afifa Iqbal, explores the personality of Malik Amir Mohammad Khan, the Nawab of Kalabagh, through Foucault’s power-knowledge (le savoir-pouvoir) concept.
On 11th March, Ahsan Ramzan, a 16-year-old Pakistani, became the second-youngest individual to win the IBSF World Men Snooker Championship. The young Pakistani is set to participate in more championships and win more titles for himself and his country.
The esports industry in Pakistan has the potential of becoming a success story as both domestic and international companies have been investing in the gaming ecosystem. Being home to leading gamers and players of e-sports, the author, Syed Haris Shah, opines that Pakistan’s commitment to the esports industry would soon bear fruit by creating multiple job opportunities for the youth.
In an effort to provide universal health coverage (UHC) across the country, Pakistan’s current government recently expanded the scope of the Sehat Sahulat Program. Rooha Javed explains how the initiative aims to provide health insurance to everyone – especially to families living below the poverty line. According to Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Sehat Card will now allow every family in Punjab, Islamabad, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, Sindh, and Tharparkar to avail healthcare facilities up to Rs 1 million at the approved government and private hospitals.
The author, Muhammad Bilal Farooq, thinks back on the words of Rudyard Kipling, “If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten.” In view of this quote, he traces the civilizations that were before us — the Mehrgarh, the Harappa and Mohenjodaro, the Vedic, the Gandhara, and the Indo-Greek.
The author, Syed Haris Shah, details the life of Eqbal Ahmad, an admirable intellectual who was even once arrested because of his anti-war stance. He dreamed of establishing an institute that would meld Islamic education with Western education. His writings are a remarkable contribution to the fields of peace studies, international relations, history, Islam, and political science.
Tucked away in the Gilgit Baltistan province are a few of the national treasures of Pakistan. The springs, the forts, the meadows, and the historic sites of this region offer alluring and picturesque spots for tourists and nationals.
For years, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Police has remained the target of militant violence, targeted killings, suicide attacks, ambushes, and kidnappings by terrorist organizations like Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). In the last two decades, more than 1,500 officers of the KPK Police have embraced martyrdom in the fight against terrorism in Pakistan. Among these martyrs are AIG Safwat Ghayur, SP Tahir Dawar, DIG Malik Saad, DSP Farid Hussain Bangash, and AIG Muhammad Ashraf Noor. Knowing the risks and challenges involved in this battle, the unsung heroes of the KPK Police have valiantly served their nation and sacrificed their lives.
Akbar, the son of Humayun, kept his father’s promise to the residents of Kharian, ordering the construction of two bawlis (stepwells). The author, Muhammad Abdullah, invites you to explore the historical mysteries of the city—and the vision that heralded the two famous stepwells of Kharian.