Masroor Cricket League; Semifinals will be played on Sunday, 21st Feb

Masroor Cricket League; Semifinals will be played on Sunday, 21st Feb

Masroor Cricket League;

Rabwah,s biggest cricket league has entered into the quarterfinal stage as 8 team are fighting each other to reach in  the semifinal of the competition. Both Semifinals will be played on Sunday. First three quarter finals of the contest have finished. In the first three quarter finals team Tahir, Team Mehmood and team Noor has already reached into the semifinal of the Tournament.

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HEC Announces Overseas Scholarships

HEC Announces Overseas Scholarships

Higher Education Commission has announced scholarships for all the graduates, Masters and Phd students who want to study abroad. All the students who want to take admission in the best universities of the world and fulfill the said requirements can apply. For more details please visit to the official website of HEC (higher education commission)

Hungarian Scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and PhD Studies

Hungarian Scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and PhD Studies

Hungarian Scholarships for Bachelors, Masters and PhD Studies

Hungarian Scholarships

The Government of Hungry has opened the admissions for the foreigner students to apply for higher studies with scholarship. The students who want to take admission in graduation, masters and PHD program and fulfill the requirements can apply. For further details please visit the official website of HEC (higher education commission) www.hec.gov.pk

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University

Admissions in Allama Iqbal Open University for spring 2016 semester are open from 1st February 2016 and last date is 4th March 2016. Admission forms can also be downloaded from AIOU website, http://www.aiou.edu.pk/. Allama Iqbal Open University is now giving the students facilities to continue thier study at home. This is the best opportunity for the students who can not take regular admition for some reasons specially female students. They can now easily keep their study at home.

Pakistan hanged 324 criminals In 2015

Pakistan hanged 324 criminals In 2015

Pakistan hanged 324 criminals In 2015

Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan hanged 324 people last year to rank third worldwide in terms of death penalty implementations. But there is an important fact also to be noted that a large number of hanged persons did not executed from militants and terrorists. The vast majority was from the killers who murdered people from other reasons. Some of them were had been living in prison for 20 years or above. Pakistan lifted a moratorium on executions in late 2014 as a measure to deter militancy, after a Taliban gunmen attacked a school and killed 134 students and 19 adults.

Of the 351 executions that followed, only 39, or about 1 in 10, involved people linked to a known militant group or guilty of crimes linked to militancy, Reprieve, an international human rights group, and Justice Project Pakistan said in a report.

Pakistan now ranks after China and Iran, carrying out 324 hangings in 2015 alone, the report showed.

“The numbers show that the Pakistan government´s claims do not match reality,” said Maya Foa, director of the death penalty team at Reprieve.

“Those going to the gallows are too often the poor and vulnerable,” she said in a statement.

“It is hard to see how hanging people like this will make Pakistan safer.”

The hangings have drawn condemnation from international partners but have been broadly popular at home.

 

Sweden to deport nearly 80,000 Asylum seekers

Sweden to deport nearly 80,000 Asylum seekers

Sweden to deport nearly 80,000 Asylum seekers

Sweden to deport

Sweden has decided to deport about 80,000 migrants but it will take a long time says a government officials. Some 163,000 migrants applied for asylum in Sweden in 2015, the highest per capita number in Europe. The numbers have fallen significantly since Sweden imposed tighter border controls this year. Of the approximately 58,800 asylum claims processed in Sweden last year, 55% were accepted.

Of those whose asylum requests were expected to fail, Mr Ygeman was quoted in Swedish media as saying: “We are talking about 60,000 people but the number could climb to 80,000.”

But he later tweeted to say he had not taken a position on how many migrants had grounds for asylum, it being a matter for the authorities and the courts.

Sweden earlier this week became the latest of a number of European nations to see tensions over migrants heightened by violence. A 15-year-old asylum seeker was arrested in Molndal, near Gothenburg, after a 22-year-old asylum center employee was stabbed to death.

 

 

 

EU plans to deport refugees from the Greek coasts back to Turkey

EU plans to deport refugees from the Greek coasts back to Turkey

EU plans to deport refugees from the Greek coasts back to Turkey

deport refugees

European Union is planning to deport the thousands of migrants who are arriving on the coasts of Greece back to Turkey on special ferries.

Migrants and refugees incoming on the Greek islands would instantly be sent back by ferry to Turkey, under a Dutch plan aimed at solving the crisis.

Under the suggestion, Labor party leader Diederik Samsom says that in return the EU could offer to take in up to 250,000 migrants a year currently in Turkey.

More than 850,000 people reached on the Greek islands from Turkey last year.

The strategy would need to be in place by spring, before the next surge in numbers is likely, he says.

Previously about 46,000 have touched Greece in January. Most entrances are fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Two hundred people have sunk trying to get to Greece this month and more deaths were reported on Thursday.

Twenty-four bodies, including those of 10 children, were recovered by the Greek coastguard after a boat sank off Samos, officials said.