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Tauseef Razi Mallick
A look back at some of major stories that gripped the world's attention this year.
Dawn.com explains how the demarcation of constituencies is done.
Focus of teaching should be on imparting skills to children and encouraging them to take on new ideas and pursue them.
Technology, for some, is a difficult thing to adopt when the fact is that it makes a lot of processes easier.
It’s refreshing to see when someone breaks away from the obvious every now and then.
People consume the brew irrespective of class, caste, race or religion.
Roadside cafés are the first shops that open early in the morning and remain open late into the night.
The calmness and peace offered by Islamabad are nowhere to be found in any other urban centre.
The kiosk marks the start and end for the hiking Trail-5 at Margalla Hills in Islamabad.
March 23 was known as the Republic Day before being the Pakistan Day.
An event of this nature on the heritage site was last held in the '70s, under former premier Zulfikar Ali Bhutto's govt.
Education elitism is creeping not only in society but also in the job market — and that is where it hurts the most.
Islamabadis have long tried to preserve their lifestyle keeping people of other cities at bay, but fate had its own way.
A new service in Islamabad is empowering women drivers who cater exclusively to women clients as men.
Facebook Inc's Mark Zuckerberg, 31, rose to sixth place from 16th last year, as his net worth grew to $44.6 billion.
“There is eight centuries of life between Sassi and Muhammad Bin Qasim, so we can assume that this place can be both.”
"“The unsuspecting submarine was detected and localised south of Pakistani coast on November 14.”
Pakistan People’s Party rejects AJK elections, describes it as “massively rigged”.
It was a family from Islamabad and women and children were also on board. The jeep got stuck in the middle of the river.