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Asif Ali Zardari 11th President of Pakistan

Early life and education Asif Ali Zardari was born on July 26, 1955. He belongs to a Baloch tribe, set live in settled in Sindh. Hakim Ali Zardari and He is the only son of his father, Hakim Ali Zardari, who was the tribal chief of his clan. He received ... Read More »

Achievers of Pakistan in 2013

Education Haroon Tariq  Pakistani Teenager achiever got 47 As in O Level Haroon Tariq the big Achiever, has broken the current world record by securing a total of 47 As in his International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) O Level and A Level exams from the University of Cambridge ... Read More »

Pakistan orders temporary stay of executions

Pakistan on Sunday ordered a temporary stay of executions following objections from the president and rights groups, days before they were due to resume after a five-year moratorium. The new government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in June scrapped the moratorium on the death penalty in a bid to crack ... Read More »

Pakistan must prevent use of its territory against India: Singh

Indian premier Manmohan Singh warned Pakistan Thursday against using its soil for “anti-India activity”, following a fresh escalation of tensions between the neighbours over a deadly attack on Indian soldiers. “India has always strived for friendship with its neighbouring countries,” Singh said during his annual address marking India’s independence day ... Read More »

Karzai agrees to visit Islamabad

Afghan President Hamid Karzai is expected to visit Pakistan on Aug 26 to rebuild Kabul’s frayed ties with Islamabad and for talks on resuscitating the peace process with the Taliban. A source in the Afghan presidency told Dawn that Mr Karzai would travel to Pakistan on Aug 26. Afghan Foreign ... Read More »

Early Cultures

Not long ago, it seemed that South Asian history began at a singular moment in the second millennium BCE, when the oldest known texts, the Vedas, were composed. A clear, continuous stream of cultural tradition once seemed to flow from Vedic to modern times, allowing modern scholars to dip into ... Read More »

Indus Valley Civilization

South Asian history has no one beginning, no one chronology, no single plot or narrative. It is not a singular history, but rather many histories, with indefinite, contested origins and with countless separate trajectories that multiply as we learn more about the past. In recent decades, history’s multiplicity, antiquity, and ... Read More »

Unnecessary Indian allegations to undermine peace efforts: Nisar

Pakistan Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that unnecessary Indian allegations would undermine the peace efforts between two countries.   Nisar severally criticized New Delhi for accusing Pakistan Army of attacking Indian troops 5 kilometer inside the boundary line. He mocked the Indian allegations as to how the ... Read More »

Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi attacked by Congress Youth Wing

 The youth wing of the ruling Congress party in India attacked the Pakistan High Commission here on Wednesday.   Members of the youth wing protesting against the alleged killing of five Indian soldiers by Pakistani forces at the Line of Control (LoC) tried to enter the Pakistan High Commission. The ... Read More »

Later Vedic Era

The Aryans initially lived in the region drained by seven rivers Septa Sindhu roughly covering the modern states of Punjab, and Harayana. Subsequently they also occupied the region drained by Ganga, Yamuna, Sarayu, Ghaghra, and Gandaka roughly covering the modern states of eastern Uttar Pradesh and western Bihar.The Aryans, who ... Read More »

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