Sufis’ teachings can help root out terrorism
Staff ReporterIslamabad—Minister of State for Religious, Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Pir Muhammad Aminul Hasnat Shah has said that the menace of terrorism and the monster of sectarianism could be eliminated from this country of peace-loving people by spreading the teachings of Sufis religious scholars like Hazarat Ghous Bahauddin Zakaria Multani and others.
He expressed these views in the National Conference on the “Historic and Spiritual role of Hazrat Bahauddin Zakria (RA)” held in the Preston University, Islamabad, arranged by the Archaeological & Historical Association of Pakistan, Islamabad in collaboration with the Preston University, on Sunday.
People throng Behbud Meena Bazar
City ReporterIslamabad—A large number of people, including women and children, from twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad thronged the Meena Bazar, organized here on Sunday by Behbud Association. Beautifully arranged canopies housing almost 100 stalls were arranged in a large circle with the Behbood stalls.
Workshop for teachers of Khuzdar University
City ReporterIslamabad—The Higher Education Commission (HEC), in collaboration with the Aga Khan University Examination Board, conducted a three-day Master Trainers Workshop on “Testing and Assessment” at Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Khuzdar.
Commitment towards quality education
City ReporterIslamabad—Roots Millennium Schools-RMS, one of the leading Institutions in Pakistan in imparting not only quality education to its students but also molding them in to individuals who tomorrow will make history.
Some plane truths on chest diseasesOver 25 years ago, it was already estimated that five per cent of commercial airline passengers were ambulatory patients with some illness including chest diseases.
Any lung disease including COPD or emphysema, asthma, lung fibrosis, cystic fibrosis, obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, pneumothorax, previous blood clots in the veins, lung cancer, co-existing heart and lung disease have to be checked before travelling. Moreover, those who have had infectious tuberculosis must not travel by air until shown to be non-infectious. Contacts of SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) must be screened before travel.