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2015 Pakistani Girls Mobile Numbers Trend

By Amna Gilani • Feb 23rd, 2015 • Category: Features

You wouldn’t believe it if you are living in a cave or as a social outcast, but the truth is that in2015 Pakistani girls mobile numbers trend is raging probably the most highest among any other thing. Boys are getting maniac in obtaining the girls mobile numbers  in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad and other cities [...]



Table grape (Angoor) varieties in Sindh Pakistan and its benefits

By Farzana Panhwar • Feb 20th, 2015 • Category: Features

Grapes are deciduous woody vine, belong to genus Vitis and scientific name is Vitis Vinifera. There are 5000 to 10,000 varieties of Vitis Vinifera, but few are commercially important for wine and table grape production. In the United State, native species of grape include Vitis Labrusca (which include the Concord grape) and Vitis Rotund folia [...]



Cancer fighting vegetable comparison

By Farzana Panhwar • Feb 12th, 2015 • Category: Features

The Pink cabbage is better than our own cabbage (bund Gobi) for cancer patient as being claimed does it have any research proof? Red cabbage contains anthocyanidns flavonoid, they act as an antioxidant and protect against some cancers. Anthocyanin is naturally occurring pigment, that give fruit and berries their red, blue and purple color. The [...]



Chiniot Iron Ore Reserves Fortune and Jobs

By Ali Yar Khan • Feb 11th, 2015 • Category: Features

After Reko-diq, nature has blessed Pakistan with equally precious treasure in Chiniot area of Punjab. The treasure trove of Iron ore and copper is worth hundreds of thousands billion dollar and can change the destiny of Pakistan. From an agricultural country, Pakistan can be a mining giant.
According to the source, the Punjab government has [...]



USA Mango Varieties suitable for Sindh climate

By Farzana Panhwar • Feb 4th, 2015 • Category: Features

Mango scientific name is Mangifera Indica and belong to the family Anacardiaceae. It is cultivated in many tropical and sub-tropical regions of the World. English name Mango derived from Tamil word Mankay, Mangay through the Portuguese. It is known as the King of fruit. It is a member of drupe family.
In 2012 the World mango [...]



Reham Khan Pashto Film

By Rohail Butt • Feb 2nd, 2015 • Category: Features

To the surprise of many, instead of jumping straight into the politics, new wife of Imran Khan the anchorperson Reham Khan has started making couple of movies. She is producing a Pashto and an Urdu movie soon and has already started hiring cast for her movies.
This news is very astonishing for many people. For the [...]



PAKISTAN: THE NEW PHASE IN COUNTER-TERRORISM

By amicus • Jan 29th, 2015 • Category: Features

Part I
The dastardly terror-attack on the Army Public School, Peshawar, on 16 December 2014 jolted the country. Along with pain and anguish, the people and the government are determined to confront the terrorists with all the might at their disposal and eliminate the scourge that has so far cost nearly 50,000 lives since 9/11.
In prompt [...]



The Fig Anjeer Suitable for Sindh Climate

By Farzana Panhwar • Jan 23rd, 2015 • Category: Features

The Fig (Ficus Corica) (Anjeer) a drought and salt tolerant tree, suitable for Sindh climate and its benefits.
Fig belongs to mulberry family (Moraceae), of the genus Ficus. Its scientific name is Ficus Carica. It has tropical and sub-tropical origin. Fig tree is a deciduous tree and or fast growing large shrub. The genus Ficus species [...]



The True Love That My Eyes Have Seen

By Shajia Saeed • Jan 21st, 2015 • Category: Features

My paternal grandma died on 12th May 2014. My grandpa got a big shock of his life. He loved his wife so much that after the loss, he got silent as if lost in deep thoughts. On Amijan’s funeral, Abujan went to her coffin and said, “Don’t worry, I will come very soon.”
Then he went [...]



Red seedless grapefruit a solution to saline and drought conditions in Sindh

By Farzana Panhwar • Jan 15th, 2015 • Category: Features

The grapefruit (Citrus x paradise) is a sub-tropical citrus fruit. The citrus fruits include mandarins, oranges, grapefruit, lemon and lime. The grapefruit is a cross between Pomelo and orange. It name is given because it grows in clusters like grapes.
The scientist “Swingle” has classified citrus into three genuses, Citrus, Poncirus and Fortunella. He puts 16 [...]