Khabeer Ul Tanwir

  • TThe former captain of Pakistan Cricket Team Imran Khan is all set to take oath in few days and the people of Pakistan have high hopes from his political party; Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) but can the coming government deliver what it has promised? Surely, no one would be more keen to know this ...

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  • TIt was not that long ago, Pakistani bank account holders had to wait in the long ques for their basic banking transactions. Gladly, with the introduction of ATMs about two decades ago, many banking procedures can now be done without even visiting the bank branches. Despite of this, still there is ...

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  • TImagine that a student has just graduated from a top ranked university and his next target is to secure a job at a big multinational that offers a high paying, possibly even six figure salary along with other perks. This sound great but the truth is that today no job is safe. Amidst all the job ...

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  • TPakistan is a country with a population of over 180 million and out of the total population, 60 percent comprises of youth (aged 15-24). Unfortunately the majority of this youth remains unemployed due to a lack of job opportunities and thus amalgamation of modern business practices and latest ...

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  • TToday is March 3, 2017. As the government, law enforcement agencies and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) finalise their plans for the PSL final, strangely no one remembered that today, exactly eight years ago, that unforgettable and barbaric incident happened at Liberty Roundabout in Lahore. 12 ...

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  • TThe nation is mourning the demise of the precious lives on board PIA flight PK-661 which crashed near Havelian on its scheduled flight from Chitral to Islamabad a few hours ago. Meanwhile, television channels are giving exclusive coverage in their prime time hours to the unfortunate incident ...

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  • TThe surprise visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Lahore on his way back from Kabul was the most debated story on Friday. But as the media houses were wrapping up the day’s work, an earthquake measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale, with a depth of approximately 200 kilometers ...

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  • TIt was just a normal day at NUST, Islamabad.  After having my breakfast at the hostel mess, I was standing near the window of my room and enjoying the bright sunshine of a cold winter morning. At midday around 12 noon, there was a lot of helicopter movement from east to west along the Peshawar ...

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  • TI left the NUST campus just after sunset for Harappa situated in Sahiwal district where my vote is registered. Harappa, which was the center of human civilization about 2,000 years BC is our ancestral village. I reached there in the early hours of local body election day to cast my vote. All along ...

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  • TEngland lost half their side within half an hour after the start of play on day five in Sharjah. And it took another half an hour after lunch for Pakistan to hammer the final nail in the English coffin and wrap up the Test series 2-0. The injured Ben Stokes came down the pitch. Yasir Shah saw him ...

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  • TAround two years ago, when I was in the last semester of my undergraduate degree, I started working on my final research project. The topic of my research was innovative but challenging: “Air Crash News Reporting in Pakistan”. I submitted a proposal to my advisor but, unfortunately, it ...

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  • T“It’s all about likes”. It may look a simple four word sentence but in today’s age it carries immense importance, especially the last word: likes. The documentary “Generation Like” made by PBS Frontline and narrated by Doughlas Rushkoff highlights the use of ...

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  • TI was 18 years old when the unforgettable happened at Liberty Roundabout in Lahore. The Sri Lankan cricket team and the match officials were on their way towards the Qaddafi Stadium to resume play of the second test match. Twelve terrorists opened fire on the team bus and the minivan which was ...

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  • TBefore the World Cup started, Misbahul Haq, the captain of Pakistan team, had announced that he would retire from ODIs after the event.  Pakistan ended its journey in the World Cup after losing the quarterfinal against Australia. As soon as the World Cup finished for Pakistan, the issue of ...

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  • TIt was in the year 2006 that Pakistan won the U19 World Cup in Sri Lanka under the leadership of Sarfraz Ahmed. Batting first Pakistan got bowled out for just 109 runs. Sarraz himself made 15 runs, the third highest of the Pakistan innings and shared a vital sixth wicket partnership of 29 runs, the ...

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