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The Brave One – A Young hero Aitzaz Hassan

Aitzaz Hassan

Aitzaz Hassan not known to the majority across the world specially Pakistan knew who he was until the day he sacrificed his life to save others, Recently in Hangu a terrorist tried to attack the school neither did security nor any other could stop but a young boy Aitzaz Hassan sacrificed his life blocking the way for terrorist and saved the ... Read More »

The iconic white frock of Marilyn Monroe named most memorable outfit

Marilyn

Marilyn Monroe and The iconic white frock from her hit film ‘Seven Year Itch’ has been named the most memorable outfit. The survey, which was commissioned by the British Heart Foundation, named Judy Garland’s dress and ruby slippers, in the 1939 classic ‘The Wizard Of Oz’ the second most memorable, followed by Olivia Newton-John’s tight black leather trousers and red ... Read More »

A Hero Of 1965 War M M Alam known as Little Dragon

M M Alam

MM Alam The Pride of Pakistan. When ever we take his name our heads become high energize our spirit with Patriotism . He was a true Patriot and Hero of our nation. Muhammad Mahmood Alam also Known as MM Alam  was born in 6th July 1935 in East Pakistan. He completed his secondary education in 1951 from Government High School, Dacca, East ... Read More »

PERVEZ MUSHARRAF TIMELINE

Pervez Musharraf

Pakistan’s government plans to put ex-President Pervez Musharraf on trial for treason, the country’s interior minister said Sunday. Musharraf, who came to power in a bloodless coup and became a U.S. ally after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, has faced a series of charges since returning to Pakistan after going into self-imposed exile for several years. PERVEZ MUSHARRAF Here’s ... Read More »

Musharraf’s Bail Approved For Abdul Rashid Ghazi Murder Case

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ISLAMABAD: Additional Session Judge, Wajid Ali on Monday approved the bail petition of former president General (retd)Pervez Musharraf’s in the Abdul Rasheed Ghazi murder case. Speaking to the media, Musharraf’s counsel said the former president would remain in the country. According to the counsel, bail had been granted against two surety bonds of RS 100,000. Earlier on Friday, the court ... Read More »

Being the Real Miley Cyrus

“When Katy does it, it’s cute. When Britney does it, it’s sexy. When Rihanna does it, it’s beautiful. When Gaga does it, it’s artistic. When Miley does it… it’s ******. She’s a *****. She’s lost her mind. She’s on drugs. She’s crying out for attention. She’s trying too hard. I am absolutely disgusted by some of the things I’ve seen ... Read More »

Michael Jackson Went 60 Days Without ‘Real’ Sleep, Expert Says

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Michael Jackson’s profound difficulty sleeping has taken center stage in the controversy surrounding his death, with expert testimony at his wrongful death trial suggesting the pop singer went a full 60 days without “real” sleep. Jackson reportedly called propofol, the powerful anesthetic that ultimately caused his 2009 death,  Charles Czeisler, M.D., Ph.D., from the Division Of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, testified at ... Read More »

Congratulations to Mountaineer Samina Baig!

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Congratulations to Mountaineer Samina Baig & her brother Mirza Ali to scale Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain with a peak at 8,848 metres. Samina has become the first Pakistani woman to scale Mount Everest and Mirza Ali is the third and youngest Pakistani male to scale the mountain on Sunday, 19th May, 2013. Samina Baig, who is from Gilgit ... Read More »

Angelina Jolie’s Preventative Mastectomy Is Not Your Business

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A few days ago, Angelina Jolie revealed that she had undergone a double mastectomy after finding out she had an 87% chance of developing breast cancer due to a faulty BRCA1 gene. She was being honest about it but things got worse on social media. Angelina’s mother died of breast cancer at the awfully young age of 56, so the actress fully ... Read More »

Musharraf Chief Of Army Staff to Chief Executive

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While addressing the officers and cadets at the Naval War College, General Karamat stressed the creation of National Security Council which would be backed by a “team of civil-military experts” for devising policies to seek resolution ongoing problems relating the civil-military issues; also recommended a “neutral but competent bureaucracy and administration of at federal level and the establishment of Local governments in four provinces.This proposal was met with hostility, ... Read More »