Pakistan Observer

Voice of People

Protect green nature

Our population is increasing at a rapid rate so to increase their income resources, people are turning the fertile agriculture land, the grassy meadows and the green forests into big housing schemes, commercial concerns and industrial estates; thus c ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

IS as a threat for Pakistan

The Islamic State also recognized as ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) “DAESH” is an Islamic Sunni insurgent group. Previously this group was known as Al-Qaida in Iraq. The basic motive of this group is to establish caliphate system in Iraq and ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Axact CEO close to his fate

We can not get over this scam and fraud committed by Axact, a Pakistani Company run by one Shoaib Sheikh the most notorious criminal of our times. The news never stops on its investigations. The Interior Minister is seeking assistance from FBI and In ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Water borne massacre

In Pakistan, clean and hygienic water is available only to 40-60 %of the entire population. Most of the drinking water supplies are contaminated by leaking sewage pipelines which give rise to several water borne diseases. Some of these injurious illn ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Lawn Mania

Lawn is a fabric which the most women love to wear in summers. For the few past years, lawn, as a recent clothing theme, has been prospering by leaps and bounds. Every fashion designer or public figure is consciously or unconsciously promoting a seri ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Hazards of plastic products

Plastic has been considered as man’s best gift to humanity, but now it has started to haunt us. All the used plastic such as plastic bags, pipes, egg containers, computer, TV parts and millions of other things that we use have started melting. Once m ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Beware of Thalassemia

Thalassemia is the most common single gene i.e. inherited haemoglobin disorder. Thalassemia major is characterized by defective production of haemoglobin which leads to a significant drop in the level of haemoglobin and cause disturbance in the trans ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Another deed of Police brutality

Another incident of straight shooting by police, killing two lawyers in Daska, has taken all to alarm. Khalid Rana the President of Daska Bar Association and one of his associate were assassinated in broad day light. The tragic incident has sparked v ... Friday, May 29, 2015 Details

Mobile snatching on rise

I would like to draw the attention of the authorities concerned towards the growing incidents of mobile snatching in Karachi. It has been on rise in last couple of years, but now it has gone to the alarming proportions. The facts and figure show that ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details

Fresh and processed juices

Whether you are juicing vegetable or fruits, juicing is the best and quickest way to take in high volume. Fruit juices are the quick source of energy. They are considered as a healthy alternate to consume more fruits. Huma beings get more energy with ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details

Honour God’s gift of life

Indeed, God has given us a precious gift of “life”. We all have a responsibility to take care of our life. We should do something useful with our lives, not just waste it, and we should take care of our own health and that of the other people also. W ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details

Pakistanis invest in Dubai

Pakistanis remain in pursuit for buying real estate properties in Dubai now, as far as the first quarter of 2015, the biggest amount of foreign property transaction, $379 million came from Pakistan. According to data released by Dubai Land Department ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details

US journalist vows to defend

A very serious scandal of issuing fake Degrees and diplomas by a Pakistani origin company has been published by a US newspaper. This is a very serious issue because it will tarnish the image for Pakistan. New York Times journalist Declan Walsh says h ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details

Beggary spoiling economy

Begging has become burning issue all over the world and it includes even the richest nations on the globe having their own share of begging merchandize. Even some of the advanced nations in the world including the United States of America and the Uni ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details

Radical factor

The news about graduates of dominant universities in Karachi being involved in the terrorist attack on an Ismaili community bus at Safoora Goth comes as a shock to the citizens. It is inconceivable that our youth, the future of our country, could be ... Thursday, May 28, 2015 Details