Six Pakistani Universities have ranked in world’s top universities

Six Pakistani Universities have ranked in world’s top universities

Pakistani Universities

Good news for the students who want to get higher education in Pakistan as six of the top universities have ranked in the top 800 universities of the world. According to the details National University of Science and technology Islamabad (NUST) have become the top Pakistani University in the world in terms of ranking. Quad E Azam University remained second and University of Lahore 3rd. 4th And 5th position was won by University of Karachi And LUMS. And UET Lahore remained 6th in Pakistan.

Nawaz Sharif have postponed his tour of USA after Lahore blast

Nawaz Sharif have postponed his tour of USA after Lahore blast

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has postponed his tour of USA due to the terrible attacks in Lahore in which more than 72 people dead.
The tour was due to visit Washington to contribute in the fourth Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) on March 31, the official statement said.

On Sunday, at least 72 people, including 29 children, were killed and 233 were injured in a blast near Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park in Allama Iqbal Town.

The prime minister spent the whole day today in Lahore condoling with the grieving families, as well as staying the hospitals to meet those wounded in the sad terrorist attack, the communique added.

PM Nawaz underscored that such incidents further strengthen the government’s resolve to eradicate the menace of terrorism from its roots.

 

We will take the revenge of every drop of blood says PM

We will take the revenge of every drop of blood says PM

Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif has addressed with the nation on Monday and has declared that the Government will take the revenge ‘every last drop of countrymen’s blood’.

PM said on Monday the government will not rest until they have avenged “Those who are fomenting terrorism, sectarian hatred and extremism will not be allowed to flee and will face justice,” he said while speaking the nation in the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Lahore targeting the Christian community.

“The terrorists, being deprived of their refuges and training centers, have now resorted to targeting soft targets such as parks and schools.”

Remember that more than 73 people dead in the terrible bomb blast including 29 children and 233 were wounded near Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park, Allama Iqbal Town in Lahore on Sunday.

The prime minister also said that armed forces of the country, police and the civil institutions sacrificed their lives under the Operation Zarb-e-Azb to uproot terrorism.

While many objectives under this operation have been achieved, efforts have continued to eradicate the menace completely, he added.

He said the government, since taking oath in June 2013, had vowed to eliminate terrorism and faced the fact that no one had confronted the menace for the last 13 years.

Prime Minister also criticesed to the protests in Islamabad by pro-Mumtaz Qadri demonstrators, the PM said Islam was a religion of peace, and did not teach to cause damage to lives or property.

“Government’s leniency in this regard should not be taken as the state’s weakness or vulnerability of security forces,” the PM said, adding that protecting lives and property of the masses was the government’s responsibility.

“By far, the government remained patient so the elements trying to provoke people’s religious sentiments may not succeed.”

He added, ”But let me make it clear that provoking anger, those fomenting the fire of hate and inciting sectarianism and creating difficulties for the masses will be brought before justice at all costs.”