Faraz Talat

Should we read Hitler’s book?

The short answer is ‘no’  Winston Churchill was a brilliant writer, I’ve been told. In 1953 Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature “for his mastery of historical and biographical description

May Day

Vague slogans are no substitute for a labour policy On Monday, industrial labour celebrated the occasion of May Day as a symbol of struggle for their rights some of which are still

Spearhead Research

India’s ASAT test

Focus of space program shifting towards national security applications By Shirin Naseer Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a televised address on March 27 to announce the successful conduct of India’s anti-satellite (ASAT) missile test.

House of Wisdom

The triumphant Muslim era “The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr,” said the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). We are living in a science and technology

Imran Khan at BRI

 A beneficial visit but Pakistan and China have signed memorandums and agreements that could provide a boost to Pakistan’s struggling economy provided these are implemented whole-heartedly and on time. The MoU on SEZ’s will help Pakistan develop