‘Seven goldsmiths toiled for 577 days to create 50 x 57 inches ‘The Global Peace Ring’, weighing 74 kilograms,’ Amin Saleem said at a news conference at the Lahore Press Club. ‘The ring bears flags of 120 countries and its prominent white colour is a symbol of peace. It has a 4.650 gram crystal, while 80 per cent of the ring’s
During the first weekend of cricket this 2009/10 season, Adnan made the incredible score of 222 runs in a 40 over game for Pakistan Eagles. This score is a record for the VSCA competition which has been going for over 70 years in Melbourne. The double century included 31 fours and 7 sixes in a scintillating display of batting.
Smoking Stinks An old Arab proverb ‘Smoking is good for you’, ‘The dogs will not bite you because you smell so bad; thieves will not rob you at night because you cough in your sleep and you will not suffer the indignities of old age because you will die when
The talk about right to rights is not a new phenomenon. For decades, Australia has resisted enacting Bill of Rights at Federal level due to fear of transfer of political power to unelected judges1. Australia is probably the only common law country in the world that does not have a
LUMS Model UN has been one of the most memorable experiences of my life because of many aspects. A Pakistani yet I attended the event as an International delegate. In fact, I was the sole representative from Australia. LUMUN is a five day event which consists of work, practicing diplomacy,
By : Sohail Amjad Melbourne. Migration People from Pakistan have been in Australia since the 1860s. Many came from the southern region of Baluchistan. Some lived in central Australia, working as camel drivers, trainers and breeders, wool and water carriers, hawkers and mail carriers. ‘Afghan’ hawkers, including people from what
Pakistani Philanthropist Wins 2009 UN Prize for Non-Violence (via pakpositive.com) Dr Abul Sattar Edhi of the Edhi Foundation in Karachi has been awarded the 2009 United Nations Mananjeet Singh Prize for Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence in recognition of his services for his life-long efforts to ameliorate the conditions of
Naeem Mohammad Geoff Lawson has played a significant role in the History of Australian Cricket. As an opening bowler, he was the one regular in the Australian side throughout the 1980’s (with Allan Border being the only regular batsman), having played 46 tests and taking 180 wickets between 1980 and