Saving international universities

An opportunity exists for Pakistani students who were turned away by the same schools that now face an enrolment crunch.

  • @shahidsaeed: RT @needroos: Hamid Gul saying soldiers r weeping and sending him text messages.... Surely that is embarrassing rather than gaining any sym…
  • @warishusain: And with that, you win #TweetOfTheWeek RT "@Zulfi1003: @husainhaqqani Wouldn't JEW News be more reliable than "Mullah" News?"
  • @karachikhatmal: RT @alexvtunzelmann: @karachikhatmal A fair characterisation of everything Brand writes. Like a precocious 15-year-old who has just discove…
  • @karachikhatmal: This is the most stunning piece of eloquent yet shallow analysis I've read in years. Russell Brand dresses up cliches.
  • @karachikhatmal: Russell Brand has a piece in the Guardian on Man U today. He's basically the pseudo-intellectual version of Jordan/Katie Price.
  • @mediagag: and regarding Bayern, their drop in intensity since they won the league has now gone on too long to b coincidental.
  • @karachikhatmal: Also, over the years, I feel I've seen Bayern choke far too often for a German side.
  • @mediagag: @karachikhatmal they were actually tiki taka... tgem and early 2000s aside always appreciated hard bastards.see what Scott Murray wrote tday
  • @karachikhatmal: @mediagag if I'm not wrong the Vulture Squad (?) guys must've been one example. But this was a personal perspective.
  • @mediagag: @karachikhatmal actually they've always been fond of that. maein aapko book doon ga iss baare mei ;

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