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Pakistani Internet of Things

By Saleem Awan • Jul 14th, 2014 • Category: Features

Internet of things in Pakistan will be blossoming very soon. Appliances, cars, and other stuff talking to each other with the web connections; sending instructions, requesting information, controlling the stuff, giving directions, helping the other things, teaching to other not-so intelligent things, and the sky is the limit.
Already in South Korea, the whole cities have [...]

The Spider’s House

By Aisha Noor • Jun 23rd, 2014 • Category: Features

We are progressing towards the End of the world. It is the perception of different scholars that last time is very near .According to them that time is not so far now when the war on Islam intensifies, and as the day approaches when the Euro-Jewish State of Israel would be in power, and the [...]

The Criterion & Limits of Friendship – Friendship vs Kinship

By Abida Rahmani • Jun 19th, 2014 • Category: Features

Human being is a social animal. He wants to interact with people and enjoy their company. Much of our lives are spent in interaction with others. Some of the people are relatives, with them we have blood relations e.g. mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, uncle, aunt, cousins and so on. The relation of a Husband [...]

After First Match, Brazilian Players Loving Pakistani Brazuca Ball

By The Pakistani Spectator • Jun 13th, 2014 • Category: Features

The word ‘Brazuca’ means Brazilian way of live. Brazuca is the name of football which is being used in this 2014 football world cup in Brazil. When Brazil and Croatia fought with each other today in the inaugural match, they were using Pakistan-made Brazuca balls, and Brazilian players said that they loved it.
Balls used in [...]

Dubai Chalo

By Abida Rahmani • Jun 11th, 2014 • Category: Features

The biggest airport in the world is opened at Dubai for Emirates airline. The first airline having three A380, the world’s biggest aircraft, with shower in the first class cabin’s bathroom and the seats turned into beds. Dubai’s aviation industry achieved its biggest milestone to date on Sunday, when the emirate’s new airport welcomed the [...]

Deja vu San Francisco

By Abida Rahmani • Jun 6th, 2014 • Category: Features

San Francisco is a city of Tourists ,an amazingly unique city in the world, not so big but  a lot  to offer. The main city only 7×7 miles 49 sq. miles and about 85o,ooo of  population. it has an abundance of , diversity , attractions and places to visit which  one can enjoy  over and [...]

Let’s Be Safe— Let’s Buckle Up!

By Dr. Erum Qalbani • May 31st, 2014 • Category: Features

Driving is considered to be a dangerous task that should always be practiced with the upmost caution and precision. Though there are many factors that can potentially cause an accident to take place (i.e. drinking and driving, texting while driving, poor weather conditions, etc.), there is one element that each driver and passenger can control [...]

Rafay from NCA in Pakistan Idol

By Sharafat • May 30th, 2014 • Category: Features

National College of Arts is one of Pakistan’s premier institute when it comes to quality education of arts for the boys and girls across the Pakistan. It has produced many notable artists in many fields who have not only projected Pakistan’s name locally, but also have performed internationally and have obtained lots of fame and [...]

Pakistani Football To Be Used in FIFA World Cup 2014

By Sameer Shaharyar • May 21st, 2014 • Category: Features

Sialkot made, world’s best soccer balls will be used during the FIFA football world cup 2014 in Brazil. This is a moment of great pride for the Pakistanis. This great news comes at the moment, when the morale of the nation is low, and there is dearth of any good news from within and outside [...]

Halala Services in Karachi Lahore and Islamabad Booming

By Sobia Raja • May 19th, 2014 • Category: Features

At first I thought it was a joke. I brushed away and laughed at my friend who told me that his uncle has hired a person who would do halala with his former wife, who he divorced last month and was then repenting. The halala groom was paid Rs. 250,000 in cash and the verbal [...]