Famed Call of Duty and Medal of Honor Video Games Banned in Pakistan

The worldwide acclaimed Call of Duty: Black Ops II and (the lesser acknowledged) Medal of Honor: Warfighter are banned in Pakistan for showing the country in a critically wrong way. Both first-person shooters are based in Pakistan, which is included among other countries.

HEC bill may kill education, benefit fake degree holders

Despite the 2010 directive of the Supreme Court, the educational degrees of a total of 393 parliamentarians remain unverified as yet and are thus considered suspect or fake, it is learnt. However, these 393 MPs would find themselves in serious trouble in the next elections as the authorities are expected to get their degrees, as […]

KP govt reluctant to regulate private educational institutions

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government does not seem serious about enacting the law for registering and regulating the private educational institutions in the province as current assemblies will complete tenure after a few weeks. Following the Peshawar High Court (PHC) directives to make legislation and regulate the private educational institutions in the province, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa […]

CM to inagurate girls college in Dheri Baghban

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Sports, Tourism and Youth Affairs Syed Aqil Shah has said that Awami National Party has fulfilled all the promises it had made with the people during the elections campaign of 2008 general elections. Addressing a joining ceremony at PK-4 area of Mushtaqabad, Syed Aqil Shah said that the struggle of ANP […]