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Pakistan Announces Science And Technology Scholarships

The Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) has announced ten (10) Masters level Scholarships for candidates from Member States of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)
 
The Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) has announced ten (10) Masters level Scholarships for candidates from Member States of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
 
 

Attacks on polio vaccination workers in Pakistan

Source : Dawn / 04 Jul 2014

Two polio vaccinators were wounded in Shah Latif town in Sindh's Khairpur district on Friday, DawnNews reported.

Unknown attackers beat up the members of the polio vaccination team with sticks.

 

50 degrees heat during 15 hours fasting in Pakistan

Source : OnIslam / 30 Jun 2014

Expecting temperatures to hit fifty degrees, Pakistanis are bracing for a "scorching" Ramadan as many parts of the country will be in grip of blistering heatwave in July, the hottest month in Pakistan.

 

Thai Airways caters to Pakistan’s needs

Source : Halalfocus / 31 May 2014

The international aviation industry is heading for a halal revolution, as Thai Airways – one of the largest airlines in the world – becomes the first Asia-Pacific carrier to offer halal food to all passengers flying to and from Pakistan.

 

Over 60% of US drone targets in Pakistan are homes – research

Source : RT / 26 May 2014

The CIA has been bombing Pakistan’s domestic buildings more than any other targets over the past decade of the drone war launched by the US, says the latest research by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

 

Pakistan: Malala book launch at university halted

Source : AP / 29 Jan 2014

A Pakistani university intending to hold a ceremony launching a book by a teenage activist shot by the Taliban called off the event over security concerns in the country’s northwest on Tuesday, government and university officials said.

Sarfraz Khan, director of the Area Study Center of the University of Peshawar, said the ceremony was to launch Malala Yousafzai’s book “I am Malala.” But campus police told him to cancel the event due to safety concerns.

 
 

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