|Arabs have made their voices
heard first time: Khalidi |
|THE recent Arab uprisings are different from the earlier revolts in the region, as for the first time the masses have made their voices heard in the world at large, noted scholar from Columbia University Rashid Khalidi has said. Delivering a lecture on ´The Arab Revolutions of 2011´ organised by The Center of International and Regional Studies of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service on Sunday, Khalidi said that the Arabs had sent a clear message through their popular rebellions that their wishes could no longer be ignored by either the authoritarian regimes or the Western powers, including the US. He said...
|Pakistan envoy heads new
PEC board of governors |
|PAKISTANI Ambassador HE Muhammad Sarfaz Ahmad Khanzada inaugurated the new board of governors of Pakistan Education Centre on Saturday. The ambassador is the chairman of the board. The event was attended by Pakistan embassy´s Head of Chancery Minister Zahid Nasrullah Khan, Counsellor II Muhammad Afzal Sheikh, PEC Acting Principal Said Mir Shah, and boys´ wing Acting Vice-Principal Raja Nasir Mahmood. The members of the board include Mohammed Atiq, Mohamed Khan, Mushtaq Ahmed, Mohamed Idrees Anwar, Masood Hussain Khan, Saif-ur-Rehman, Mumtaz Rashid, Mohamed Afzal Khan, Said Gul, Habib Ullah Sheikh...
|Doha students excel in
CBSE Class XII exams |
|STUDENTS of five Indian schools in Doha excelled in the Class XII examinations conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the academic year 2010-2011. While Jaskaran Singh Bhalla of the MES Indian School topped in the Science stream with a record performance, Vanessa Henry Fernandes from Birla Public School topped in the Commerce stream in Doha. Four hundred and sixty seven students of MES Indian School appeared at the examinations. In the science stream, Bhalla emerged the topper with 97.80 percent marks (489), followed by Nisreen Moideen with 96.80 percent (484), and Karan Purohit and...