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Find Out Why These Three Pakistanis Received Queen’s Young Leaders Awards

JUN 29, 2018 (BEE2C2): Three young Pakistanis received the prestigious Queen’s Young Leaders Awards at Buckingham Palace in London on Tuesday. Mahnoor Syed, Haroon Yasin and Hassan Mujtaba Zaidi were presented with medals by Queen Elizabeth II for their outstanding contributions to their community with their high impact cost-effective initiatives in learning, literacy growth and social development. The Queen’s Young Leaders Award celebrates exceptional people aged 18-29 from across the Commonwealth for “making lasting change in their community and beyond.” The three Pakistani winners leading innovative projects in the educationRead More


Violence in Kashmir: Impact on Students and Their Education

SHEHRYAR ALI – Kashmir has been the epicenter of conflict between India and Pakistan since the lines of partition were drawn in 1947. Historically, there have been four wars between the two nations; in 1947-48, 1965, 1971, and in 1999. The most recent of these saw over 30,000 soldiers and civilians being killed. Besides these wars, both nuclear nations have been continuously at low-level conflict, with skirmishes breaking out on a regular basis. In recent years, ground operations have seen attacks on civilians and soldiers by both countries’ forces. ExplosiveRead More


PM Abbasi Receives a Book on ‘Subject of Great Importance and Relevance’

“The Golden Age of Andalusia can be attributed to knowledge. This legacy continues to have a positive impact on Andalusians even today.” By AKBAR AHMED: Last month, while collecting my mail in routine I received an extraordinary surprise – a personal letter from Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. In February, courtesy of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington, I had sent Prime Minister Abbasi a signed copy of my new book, Journey into Europe: Islam, Immigration, and Identity. I sent it hoping he would receive it and perhaps read it, butRead More