Youth

  Lahore vendor selling ‘samosa’ achieves second position in matric

LAHORE: Hailing from a humble background, Mohammad Rizwan obtained second position in the matriculation examinations in Lahore. Earning a livelihood by selling 'samosas' Rizwan managed to secure the second position despite having to work at the same ...

  Texas General Hospital awards scholarships to five students

DALLAS : The Texas General Hospital of Grand Prairie hosted a ceremony where scholarships were awarded to five students with outstanding performances in medical field. Arlington Texas resident Raheel Akhtar Khanzada was awarded a five thousand dollar...

  11,000 vehicles impounded during crackdown

LAHORE: The City Traffic Police (CTP) impounded 11,000 vehicles and motorcycles in various police stations during a seven day crackdown against juvenile drivers. SP Traffic Headquarters Azhar Gujjar monitored the crackdown on The Mall while the CTP e...

  Education Emergency Ordinance imposed in Punjab

LAHORE: The Punjab government has imposed the Education Emergency Ordinance in the province on an immediate basis. Under the ordinance it is mandatory for parents to ensure that children between the ages of 5-16 receive an education. If the name of a...

  Clintons in Oxford to attend graduation ceremony of Chelsea

WASHINGTON: Former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton are in Oxford, England, this weekend to attend the graduation ceremonies of their daughter, Chelsea. Chelsea Clinton will receive her doctorate degree in i...

  BSEK announces new date for practical exams

KARACHI: Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Tuesday announced that annual examination 2014 of deaf students of class 9th and 10th would begun from 15, May 2014. Controller of Examination BSEK Noman Ahsan has directed heads of relevant sch...

  Kainat selected as Ambassador of Peace

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan young tennis player Kainat Ejaz has been selected as a Youth Ambassador by Children of Peace (COP) a highly global NGO with an aim to give boost to its humanitarian activities in Pakistan. "Becoming a Youth Ambassador is a great h...

  Rise in Type 1, 2 diabetes among US youths: study

WASHINGTON: Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are rising significantly among young people in the United States, according to new research that warns of a growing epidemic in American youth. Type 1 diabetes rose 21 percent among children and teenagers f...

  US congresswoman Jackson addresses PSA show

HOUSTON: The Pakistan Student Association's show "Humari Pechaan... Pakistan" was a huge success. More than 1000 people gathered at University of Houston's Cullen Performance Hall to experience a night filled with Pakistani songs, dances, acts, and f...

  PSA holds its 5th Annual Banquet in University of Texas

DALLAS: The Pakistani Students Association (PSA) at University of Texas in Dallas held their largest event "PSA 5th Annual Banquet" at their campus on April 19. The highly successful event gathered people from all walks of life and ages in the DFW ar...

  Girl, 12, becomes Britain's youngest mother

LONDON: A couple have become Britain’s youngest parents after a girl aged just 12 years and three months gave birth to her 13-year-old boyfriend’s baby. The girl was at primary school when she conceived last summer and had a daughter last weekend, th...

  Street children football players awarded

KARACHI: Sindh Minister for Transport Youth and Sports Affairs Mumtaz Hussain Jakhrani on Monday distributed cash rewards and souvenirs among street children football team that clinched bronze medal in the Street Children World Cup 2014. A ceremony i...

  100 students from KP, FATA awarded US scholarships

ISLAMABAD: The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded scholarships to 100 talented students enrolled in the two-year Associate Degree in Education (ADE) and four-year Bachelor’s Degree in Education in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA. “...

  Crackdown against one-wheelers in Karachi; 50 detained

KARACHI: Police conducted crackdown against one-wheelers on late Saturday night on Shahra e Faisal, detaining 50 youths and seizing 35 motorbikes. Anti-car lifting cell of Sindh police launched crackdown against one-wheelers and apprehended 50 youth....

  First all-girls school inaugurated in Richardson

DALLAS: An inaugural ceremony of Qalam Collegiate Academy, first all-girls middle/high school in Richardson city, Texas was held. The school was inaugurated by Laura Maczka, the Mayor of Richardson. President of student Shurah presented her a beautif...

  Matric exams begin in Karachi

KARACHI: Over 340,000 students will appear for the Board of Secondary Education Karachi examinations (today) Wednesday. Of the 295 exam centres where students will appear in two shifts, 33 centres have been declared “highly sensitive”. These centres ...

  Mosques organize spring break youth camp in Carrollton

DALLAS: Beautiful spring break youth camp was held by the Madinah and Makkah Mosques in Carrollton. They provide a 2-day learn& fun activities for the participants. This year the theme was "Muslim kids' future in America." The purpose of the 3rd annu...

  Pakistan's gaming industry breaks culture barriers

LAHORE: It's a city better known for its history and culture, but a new generation of mobile game developers is bringing a slice of Silicon Valley to Pakistan's Lahore. With open plan offices, mixed gender teams, gourmet catering and an emphasis on a...

  PM to distribute business loans among youths Friday

LAHORE: Prime Minister, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sahrif on Friday will distribute the business loans among the youths under Youth Business Loan Scheme earlier approved by the government, media reported. Sources said that some four to five thousand youths ...

  15th Inter-School Scrabble contest held in Karachi

KARACHI: Hundreds of students from dozens of schools participated in the Fifteenth Horlicks Inter-School Scrabble Championship held here on Sunday.A total of 540 students from 100 schools of Karachi, Hyderabad, Badin and Islamabad took part in the ne...


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