KSU Represented by Prof. Khurram as a Keynote Speaker at an International Conference

Muhammad Khurram Khan, a Professor of Cybersecurity, from the Center of Excellence in Information Assurance was invited as a keynote speaker at the 10th IEEE International conference...

Posted On: Jul 20, 18 | 7:46 am


n this issue, we are glad to bring you a new series of One Pagers focusing on non-contributory social protection programmes in countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Posted On: May 24, 18 | 4:09 am

The Criterion for Praising a Person - By: Munir M Hasan, PhD

While watching Pakistani TV talk shows I have observed that many commentators praise the persons of their liking, or say disgraceful words for those whom they don’t like.

Posted On: May 09, 18 | 7:15 am

Global-is-Asian April issue: Swept Under the Rug

In recent weeks, much of the spotlight has been on the North and South Korean leaders after participating in a historic inter-Korea summit.

Posted On: May 02, 18 | 1:05 am

Prof. Khurram Delivered a Keynote Speech at the 21st National Computer Conference

The Saudi Computer Society (SCS) organized 21st National Computer Conference on 25-26 April 2018 under the patronage of His Excellency Mr. Abdullah Alswaha, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Saudi Arabia.

Posted On: May 01, 18 | 1:09 pm

Is India Welfare State or the Cruel State In the World? Highlights - By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch

A. Dodging the law: DGP versus DGP Is About Drugs, Not Indiscipline by Nirmal Sandhu.

Posted On: Apr 22, 18 | 5:13 am

Inclusive Growth Bulletin for April 2018

Inclusive Growth Bulletin for April 2018

Posted On: Apr 22, 18 | 5:03 am

Inayatullah Khan Asghar: The Last of Allama Mashriqi’s Freedom Fighter Sons Passes Away - BY: Nasim Yousaf

In the early hours of April 12, 2018, Allama Mashriqi and Wilayat Begum’s son, Inayatullah Khan Asghar, died. He was 84 years old.

Posted On: Apr 18, 18 | 6:22 am

AGO’s new Department of Indigenous and Canadian Art launches major exhibitions by Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak, and Rebecca Belmore

In addition, newly re-installed and re-named J. S. McLean Centre for Indigenous and Canadian Art opens July 1 featuring more than 80 works by Inuit, Indigenous and Canadian artists

Posted On: Apr 07, 18 | 11:47 am

Khan AtaMohammad Khan , MentoredAbul Kalam Azad - By: Nasim Yousaf

“[Translation] In 1903, Maulvi Shibli Nomani…sent therespected Abul Kalam Azad…to Qibla-au-Kaaba [Khan Ata] in Amritsar so that he could shape his [Azad] future. Therefore he [Azad] stayed with him [Khan Ata] for five years and was part of the editorial team of the…Vakil.”

Posted On: Feb 17, 18 | 4:46 am
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