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The Pakistan Observer is an English-language daily newspaper published in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore. The newspaper was founded in 1988 by MR Zahid Malik
The newspaper was started on 1 November 1988.The news paper is now led by Zahid MALIK and his 3 sons and a daughter Faisal Zahid Malik, Gauhar Zahid Malik,Omar Malik, Sadia Zahid Malik.The news paper celebrated its 24th birthday this year.The head office is in the capital city Islamabad and it has 4 other office in Karachi, lahore, Peshawar,and muzafarabad. Air Commodore (Retd) Khalid Iqbal is the lead current affairs analyst of this newespaper.He focuses on international security.
Circulation and publication
Although not in the league of Dawn or The News International– Pakistan's two other widely read English-language newspapers– it is popular among its readers. It is published from Pakistan's major cities, including its metropolis. It has been continuously published ever since it was started in 1988.
Paristan (Land of Fairies) is a Bollywoodfantasy film. It was released in 1944. The film was directed by Mahesh Kaul for Acharya Art productions. It starred Pahari Sanyal, Anjali Devi, Kamal Zamindar, Sunalini Devi, Moni Chatterjee and Padma Bannerjee. The music was composed by Ninu Majumdar and the lyrics were by Roopdas and Ninu Majumdar. This was Mahesh Kaul's second film after Angoori (1943).
Section 1 of the Indian Independence Act 1947 provided that from "the fifteenth day of August, nineteen hundred and forty-seven, two independent dominions shall be set up in India, to be known respectively as India and Pakistan." India was treated by the United Nations as the successor-state to the former British India. As it was already a member of the United Nations, India continued to hold its seat there and did not apply for a new membership. However, Pakistan was a newly created nation and needed to apply to join. It was admitted as a UN member on 30 September 1947, a few weeks after its independence The British monarch became head of state of the new dominion, with Pakistan sharing a king with the other Commonwealth realms, but the monarch's constitutional roles were delegated to the Governor-General of Pakistan, and most real power resided with the new government headed by Jinnah.
This was agreed amongst a group of youth attending a roundtable discussion on ‘75 years of Pakistan—reflections’ organised at Institute of Regional Studies (IRS) here Monday ... The discussion aimed at bringing forth the voice of youth which was Pakistan’s biggest asset.
For instance, at least 57 people — ranging from eight to 60 years in age — were reportedly injured in celebratory gunfire in different parts of Karachi on Sunday as citizens observed Pakistan’s 75thIndependence Day with fervour. At least 23 people had been similarly wounded on the eve of Eid in May ... Published in Dawn, August 16th, 2022. .
Newsday's Scott Vogel visited Kabab Platter & Burger to try the crazy kabab roll that transformed this Deer Park restaurant's business. Credit. Randee Daddona ...Sign up ... On Aug ... Of late, the crazy kebab has been championed by halal observants as far away as Canada, India and Pakistan, as well as by the non-halal next door — literally.
The region, known for its rich mineral reserves, remains underdeveloped due to Pakistan's negligence ... Meanwhile, the 76th Independence Day of Pakistan was observed as 'Black Day' in several parts of the country as people, political activists and opposition parties showed dissatisfaction with the government.
This was seen as a huge diplomatic coup for Pakistan and its intelligence agencies. The Taliban wresting power in Kabul, US forces exiting the country and finally, sidelining the moderates within the Taliban to install "pro-Pakistan" hardliners in the new administration- all seemed to play out very well for Islamabad.
There is a vast difference between seeing things online and observing them in person ... They also met Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US, Masood Khan ... The visit enabled Pakistan’s higher education leadership to observe how their counterparts in the US overcome the divide between theory and practice.