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ISIS and deadly connections being hushed-up in Pakistan.

SECURITY officials in Pakistan used to insist the country was immune to the threat of Islamic State (IS). Doctrinal differences, they said, would stop Pakistanis falling under the sway of the Syria-based militant group, which has demanded the fealty of the world’s Muslims ever since its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared himself “caliph” in 2014. But IS’s presence in Pakistan can no longer be denied. The group appears to be responsible for two atrocities in recent weeks.

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English Cricketers to face DRS Trial against Indian Spin.

Spying in the modern times.

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Cyril Almeida & a very clever Government 

India's Limited Options.

Pakistan prepares to bid farewell to a living legend.

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Women Sleep more than men, study.

CPEC - threats and potential - an assessment.

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Pakistan's Failed Foreign office frustrates PM over Kashmir.

Canadian Muslims are happier than the rest.

Honour-killing not encouraged by religion

Communism Stalks Indian Politics?

Artificial ovary may boost fertility. A SYNTHETIC ovary that could help older women conceive is a step closer. Initially intended for women who have undergone cancer treatment, the prototype is the first artificial organ capable of keeping human egg-producing follicles alive outside a woman’s body, reports New Scientist magazine (To Subscribe New Scientist magazine in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh & UK, please click here). 

Read Special US Election Brief by the Economist magazines. Policy has not been much discussed in this US Presidential elections. The Economist magazines has attempted to fill in the vacuum. The report on PDF format is available free to our readers. Please click the Economist link below: The Economist magazine subscription in India & Pakistan 

Saudi Planes hit a funeral to kill over 200 in Yemen “Surely enough is enough,” said Stephen O’Brien, the UN’s emergency relief co-ordinator, in response to the attack on the funeral. But new reports of civilian deaths are coming in from the central city of Taiz

Asia Bibi - a test case for all. It is apparent that when Asia Bibi's case is decided a pressure on the government and judiciary will determine the institutional strength of democracy

India's Dangerous Gamble on Balochistan. India's Prime Ministers direct reference to Balochistan is has exposed the designs in the minds of Modi. Indian press has saner elements too.

Climate Change & Pakistan. A recent study that analyzed decades of migration data in Pakistan revealed that although people may leave their homes after a flooding event, reports Scientific American magazine

North Korea is Scared.  North Korea’s increasing forcefulness is making the international community extremely nervous. It is thought to have a stockpile of some 20 devices to which it adds one every six weeks.

 

Women Imam in Copenhagen. Rows of women knelt and touched their foreheads to the ground — a rare sight, given women are often encouraged to pray at home or privately, or relegated to small, uninviting women’s sections at mosques.

 

Why 0.5°C matters? A study estimates that it could have huge consequences for coral reefs, crop yields and fresh water availability. By analyzing climate models used in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Report, a group of researchers found “hotspots” that would be disproportionately affected by the half-degree rise .

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What is QWERTY Effect? Researchers have unveiled a strange trend in the recent past not observed so far. They believe that QWERTY key boards have changed the way we think about others and even about the objects and other utilities, reports New Scientist  magazine

India's shame. India is world’s biggest user of groundwater, drawing more than U.S, and China combined. Poor water management in India is depriving Pakistan of vital life line.  The country will need to become far more efficient in the way it uses water.

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