The beginning of Pakistan's troubles - through a teenager's eyes (Book Review)

New Delhi Nov 7,  Title: City of Spies; Author: Sorayya Khan; Publisher: Aleph Book Company; Pages: 248; Price: Rs.295

In 1979, the Shah of Iran left and the country became an Islamic republic, deposed Pakistani prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was hanged, the US ambassador to Afghanistan kidnapped and…

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Khalistani threat emerges again in Punjab & abroad

New Delhi Nov, 5, Disturbing at the same time somewhat alarming reports about the rise of the Khalistani forces in the UK, US, Canada and other European countries specially in Germany are coming and these groups in the company of some Muslim groups and organisations creating some problems during the…

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Enigma of GDP Growth

New Delhi Nov,4, In recent weeks, the pace of India’s economic growth has increasingly come into focus. While Finance Minister and the government hold that the Congress party led opposition is holding up economic growth, the business sector is restless about the virtual stalemate in economic activity despite…

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A bird's eye view of computer assisted surgery

New Delhi Nov,04, Like many people, I have always been squeamish about entering a prison or a hospital. When Dr Mahendra Bhandari, Director Robotic Research and Education, Vattikuti Urology Institute at Michigan-based Henry Ford Hospital, suggested that I watch a computer assisted surgery using a Surgical Robot (SR…

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