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Are we on the path of basic ideology of Pakistan?

  Need stressed for reviving the spirit of Pakistan Movement Pakistan came into being on the August 14, 1947, after a long struggle under the leadership of Father of the Nation Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah. With Quaid’s deep vision, indomitable will, intelligence, dedication and courage, whom we Pakistanis call Quaid-e-Azam (the great leader), united the Muslims of the Indian Sub-continent under the banner of Muslim League. The golden principles Quaid-e-Azam …

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Carrying forward Edhi’s mission — best way to pay tribute to nation’s saint

  Mr. Abdul Sattar Edhi is the world’s great humanitarian, who led a life dedicated to serving others, and his determination to provide equal treatment for all regardless of nationality, ethnicity and religion makes him a revered humanitarian. Edhi’s name had become synonymous with charitable causes and because of his services he had achieved an almost saintly status in Pakistan. He devoted more than 60 years of his life to …

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How to use the Fibonacci retracement in forex trading

  The Fibonacci retracement is considered a predictive technical indicator that can help investors gauge future levels of a currency pair after a sharp increase or decrease in price. More specifically, plotting the lines of the Fibonacci retracement on a chart can help traders find points of support and resistance on which to place stop-loss and take-profit orders. The Fibonacci retracement is popular among forex traders, and when used in …

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Pakistan remains a land of high adventure with natural glamour

  Country needs quick reform measures to attract more tourists Pakistan is endowed with a rich and varied flora and fauna. High Himalayas, Karakoram and the Hindukush ranges with their alpine meadows and permanent snow line, coniferous forests down the sub-mountain scrub, the vast Indus plain merging into the great desert, the coast line and wetlands, all offer a remarkably rich variety of vegetation and associated wildlife including avifauna, both …

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Smart home appliances market set to witness a significant growth in coming years

  BSH joins bandwagon and targeting to become No.1 home appliances supplier in Pakistan Seeing the huge potential of home appliances industry in Pakistan, more and more foreign brands and companies are investing here to capture the local consumer market. After the influx of Chinese companies like Changhong Ruba, BSH Hausgeräte GmbH, a 100-percent subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH Germany will also be soon launching Bosch home appliance products in …

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Navy to plant one million mangroves to protect marine life: Chief of naval staff

  Admiral Zakaullah, Chief of Naval Staff has disclosed that the length of Pakistan’s coastal line was remeasured at 1003 km in collaboration with SUPARCO. Chief of Naval Staff being Chief Patron MMSP, was speaking as the chief guest on the occasion of Master Mariners Society of Pakistan (MMSP) Annual Dinner 2016 and Lifetime Achievement Award to Veteran Mariners at Maritime Museum Convention Hall, Karachi. He said that in order …

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The rhythm of the markets

  Profile Lukman Otunuga is a research analyst at FXTM. A keen follower of macroeconomic events, with a strong professional and academic background in finance, Lukman is well versed in the various factors affecting the currency markets. Prior to joining FXTM, Lukman spent two years as a research analyst with international currency broker FXCM, where he focused on technical and fundamental analysis of the global currency, commodity and stock markets. …

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Malindo Air opens door of opportunities for both Pakistan and Malaysia

  Interview with Mr Shakil Aftab Kashmirwala — Malindo Air’s Country Manager Malindo Air a joint venture of Malaysia and Lion AIR, Indonesia has started its operation in Pakistan. Malaysian Deputy Minister of Transportation Datuk ab Aziz Kaprawi was among the first passengers of a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Lahore along with Malindo Airline Chief Executive Officer, recently. Malaysia is honored to continue the spirit and tradition of the …

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All that glitters is sometimes actually just gold

  Gold prices spiked up and peaked at $ 1,900 per ounce in 2011 primarily as a result of the anxiety of anticipated runaway inflation following the massive QE (Quantitative Easing) program unleashed primarily by the Federal Reserve Bank of the US as well as other Central Bankers. This was the zenith of a bull run that started 10 years earlier and capped a mouth-watering return of almost 650% over …

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Pollution – stay put a worldwide problem

  More people now die from air pollution than malaria and HIV combined: study More people now die from air pollution than malaria and HIV combined. According to recent statistics from the World Health Organization (WHO), compiled from more than 1,600 cities, three Pakistani cities are amongst the 10 most polluted cities of the world. The WHO surveyed the concentration of fine particles suspended in the atmosphere. It advises that …

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