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War in the making

War in the making

By Saleem A Sethi, WEEKLY PULSE MAGAZINE, January 27, 2014 The long-brewing law and order situation in the country finally seems to be entering its logical next phase. And that may turn out to be the worst so far. Looking ...

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Sights and insights of architectural heritage

Sights and insights of architectural heritage

By Nadeem Zuberi, WEEKLY PULSE MAGAZINE, January 27, 2014 Roaming in Mughal era through A Q Arif’s paintings was a pleasant experience. The images of diverse and contrasting environments are juxtaposed in one space showing the work of exceptional architectural ...

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Ideal work environment for software engineers

Ideal work environment for software engineers

Employers usually discuss employees’ productivity and evaluate their performance by their skills and work even their behavior to interacting people. But never did any employer define their role that how much they are efficient in providing the basic facilities to ...

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Ignoring Russia: the awry foreign policy of Pakistan

Ignoring Russia: the awry foreign policy of Pakistan

By Dr. Musarat Amin, WEEKLY PULSE MAGAZINE, January 27, 2014 Friendship with Russia would certainly diminish Pakistan’s dependency on the US, as over the course of six decades the latter has proved to be an unreliable ally. Russia can help ...

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One little act of appreciation

One little act of appreciation

I was coming to the office today and there was a double cabin pickup in front of me at a signal. The pickup belonged to security forces of Pakistan and in the bitter cold weather three security personnel were sitting ...

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