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zahra zafar replied to Asim Raja's discussion Some foreign students get extended stay
""Lots of people come here to study, and then they say, 'Well, I'd like to get a job,' and pretty soon they find that they and their kids are really thinking like Americans and they want to become citizens," Baker said during…"
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Pakistan's Rough Road to Democracy

Pakistan National Assembly has recently completed its 5-year term for the second time since 2008. A neutral interim government has assumed control to hold the general elections scheduled for July 25, 2018 to elect a new parliament. Media headlines about Pakistan are not good but the key trend-lines are definitely positive as the country continues its journey slowly but surely toward better democracy. While the party…See More
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post Pakistan Launches NUTech to Prepare 21st Century Workforce
"Austria, Pakistan plan joint venture educational institutehttps://tribune.com.pk/story/1739637/1-austria-pakistan-plan-joint-venture-educational-institute/During a meeting with the Higher Education Commission (HEC) Chairman Dr Tariq Banuri, Austrian…"
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zahra zafar replied to Zain's discussion Jobs in GE Transportation Systems
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Nutech: National University of Technology Pakistan

As technology begins to permeate every aspect of life in Pakistan, the country needs a balanced mix of highly skilled workers, technicians, mechanics, technologists, engineers, researchers and development scientists to meet the challenge. Recent…
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Nutech: National University of Technology Pakistan

As technology begins to permeate every aspect of life in Pakistan, the country needs a balanced mix of highly skilled workers, technicians, mechanics, technologists, engineers, researchers and development scientists to meet the challenge. Recent…
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Riaz Haq commented on Riaz Haq's blog post British Government Lists Pakistan Among Top 3 Money Laundering Sources
"Panama Papers: New leak shows Pak clients struggling to avoid troublehttps://www.thenews.com.pk/print/331641-panama-papers-new-leak-shows-pak-clients-struggling-to-avoid-troubleA fresh batch of leaked documents of Panamanian law firm, Mossack…"
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    Pakistan's Rough Road to Democracy

    Pakistan National Assembly has recently completed its 5-year term for the second time since 2008. A neutral interim government has assumed control to hold the general elections scheduled for July 25, 2018 to elect a new parliament. Media headlines about Pakistan are not good but the key trend-lines are definitely positive as the country continues its journey slowly but surely toward better…

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    Posted by Riaz Haq on June 22, 2018 at 8:38pm

    How America Promotes "We're the Good Guys" Narrative

    In a 2017 Super Bowl Sunday interview with President Donald Trump,  Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly authoritatively declared  Russian President Vladimir “Putin’s a killer.”  Trump replied with the question: “What, you think our country’s so innocent?”

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