There Should be Age Restriction for Election Contestants for MNA and MPA

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In Pakistan for most government organizations and departments, there is a restriction of age until which one is allowed to serve. This age is mostly the 60 years old, after which the employee is forced to retire even if he/she is not willing to do so. This age is mostly set by keeping in view the energies of a person, as with ageing its bit difficult to perform daily life tasks required by job, so for good of both, the organization and the employee, they are sent home on that specific age.

Authority which Organizes Elections in Pakistan

Similar, being an MPA (Member Provincial Assembly) and MNA (Member National Assembly) are demanding jobs. They ask for lots of travel, thinking and collaboration to analyze and upgrade the existing laws. Plus in country like Pakistan, where there is no concept of local government, in fact the politician delay those kind of elections to keep control of city administrations and funds etc, its important that they have enough energy left in them to meet the demands of busy schedule and actively working for people.

Not necessarily the age should be 60 at max but it could be something like 65 or even 70. But something to which, one have enough energies to perform, daily tasks of the job easily. But here I had heard a lady having age more than 100 years, was considering filing papers to fight in MNA elections. Also she have been doing this from last few times in General elections. Similarly, most of our current politicians are the ones over 60 year old, specially the main ones, who will run the country and ministries.

Bringing in the younger people on Important posts will mean, that they will use the best of their latest knowledge, they will concentrate more on steps needed to advance the country in technical fields like more importantly in cyber technologies and space technologies. Along with this I suggest having the minimum and related education criteria for ministries, specially which are related to technology.

Two PAF Pilots lose their life due to a fighter jet crash in peshawar

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Two pilots of Pakistan Air Force died in aircraft crash during a routine training session on Tuesday at Peshawar. This incident happened on Peshawar Air Base when a Wing Commander Umar and a Flying Officer Israr were returning back to the Air Base from routine training and the Aircraft crashed and the news has confirmed by the PAF officials.

“Pakistan Air Force reports with regret that a PAF FT-7PG trainer aircraft while recovering from a routine operational training mission, crashed during landing at Peshawar Air Base,” PAF released statement.

This has happened while trying to save the lives of civilians, the plane was calling for an emergency landing on the AIR Base and right after that some technical fault caused the crash. According to the PAF news, that control tower allowed for an emergency landing and cleared the runway but it got unfortunately crashed before landing.

The aircraft got the fire and there was smoke all around and could be seen from long distance. This unfortunate incident happened in F7-PGs which has been replaced with F-6 in 2002. The rescue team immediately controlled the situation and cleared the runway. PAF has also announced to investigate the whole situation of this incident and formed the inquiry board. PAF is currently investigating the cause of this incident and the exact technical fault of the aircraft.

This article was written by staff member: Sehrish Ilyas

Saudi Ban on Women’s Driving Finally Goes Away and Women hit the Roads

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Saudia Arabia finally removes the ban on women’s driving this Sunday and already many of the women hit the road with their cars. Saudi Arabia is the last country who had the ban on women’s driving and there was news around that it will soon be removed. Saudi women are excited about this new amendment and they don’t need to rely on men for their transportation anymore, which their guardians also liked.

More than 120,000 licenses have already been applied by women and there are long waiting even for months in driving schools for women. Women of Saudia will drive on the streets officially for the first time in the history. For that many of the parking, languages have been painted in a pink color to show the support and welcome to the driving ladies.

One of the policemen being captured while giving the pink roses to the driving ladies and congratulate them about their freedom. Saudi women will not rely on their fathers, brothers, husbands, and drivers for their daily plans of outing and for work as well.

This is how Saudi women show their excitement:

67 years old Layla Moussa said, ’ve waited long enough, and now, to know that my daughter-in-law and granddaughters will have a normal life, I feel at peace. I didn’t think it would happen in my lifetime.”

Nada Farsi, a dental school instructor at King Abdulaziz University said, “It’s going to make things much, much easier – going to work, dropping the kids off to school and just having the choice to go out whenever we want to.”

“Now, thanks to God, I can plan out my own schedule and my errands and my daughters’ errands,” al-Mari said.

21-year-old Altammimi said, “Seeing that very same society celebrate female driving yesterday and today is just a true indication that Saudi has been ready for a while and has transformed slowly but surely.”

28-year-old Jawaher Alshohail said, “I can’t stop smiling, We feel like celebrities.”

This all happened due to Prince Mohammad Bin Salman who promised to loosen up the social restrictions on Suadi women. Prince Alwaleed bin Talal shared the video of his daughter, officially driving the car and showed the support which boosted up the excitement.

This Article was written by Staff Member: Sehrish Ilyas

Imran Khan’s 2018 elections campaign has started from Mianwali

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PTI chief and cricketer turned politician kicked off his campaign from his native town Mianwali, he said the decision of starting the campaign from his hometown was done because he started of his political career from this city.

Imran Khan’s rally in Mianwali – Photo Credit: dawn.com

On the dispute regarding the issuance and allotments of the tickets to the workers; he said, he will rectify his mistake if there is injustice happened in the distribution of tickets. He justified his decision by saying that he was in unbearable pressure to allot tickets to his relatives from Mianwali but I did not budge, he said. The allotment of tickets is done purely on merit and awarded to the electables who knows how to fight and win the election, he added.

Both PML-N and PPP had awarded tickets to their relatives but Tehreek-e-Insaf is totally against the native politics. While addressing to the people he once again defended the decision ’PTI is going to contest the election to win it’. I am trying my best to figure out if any of injustice had been made by the parliamentarian board in the allotment in any constituency of any of the Province.

He recalls his opponents and accused Shareef’s family for spending Rs40 billion on advertisements to hide their corruption. Khan lashed out at former interior minister Ahsan Iqbal for saying PTI an inexperienced party. “The sharif government has left Pakistan in head to toe debt due to excessive borrowing, Is it the experience you are boasting it about?,” he said.

Khan said Nawaz shareef failed to produce money trial of his properties in London. Instead of returning back the looted money of the people of Pakistan, he launched the campaign ”Mujhy kyun nikala?” he said.

While kicking off his campaign from his hometown constituency he promised people that if he will be given a chance, you will see an emerging and uprising Pakistan within a weeks. He said he will bring Pakistan on the track back by strengthening the institutions to render the services in their certain limit.

“By the grace of God we will make Pakistan self sufficient which will stand on its own feet” he affirmed.

The upcoming elections have seen massive political weathering yet and rivalries are all set to mark their power by winning the respective constituencies. However all of the sufferings faced by PML-N in the recent times they have shown their strength by winning recent by-election.

This article was written by Staff Member: Mahad Gujjar

Five Real Good Budget Phones You can Get Under 15 to 20 Thousand Rupees in 2018

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Recently, I was doing some market research for someone who wanted to buy to phone and had budget of about 15 to 20 thousand rupees. So during my research I came across some real good devices, specially five options attracted me the most. They have about same specs, with some little variations. Also, they fall in same 15 to 20 thousand rupees category.

First things first, before going in to details, according to my experience for this range of 15 to 20 thousand, Huawei is the brand which was offering best phones. There are many other Chinese brands, which I think are low end and there are other fancier ones which have less to offer in our budget. Plus, Huawei had literally the best features in the budget and I know from multiple experiences that their devices are durable and can take lot of beating without any major problems.

One important thing to mention here is, this post is NOT at all the promotional post by Huawei on my blog, its that in budget mentioned above, Huawei seem as best option to me, if you have other better or similar options, do feel free to mention in the comments section of this post below.

So lets just dive in to details of these devices, plus following 5 devices are just mentions from 1 to 5, it not their ranking, they have similar features and they are all good.

1. Huawei Y6 Prime 2018

This was really good device in budget, actually, this was the one we actually ended up purchasing, but this does NOT mean that its way better than others, all of them have more or less of same features. It had following noticeable features

  • Screen Size: 5.7 Inches
  • 16 GB Storage / 2 GB RAM
  • Screen Resolution: 720p
  • Price: About Rs. 18000 mentioned online but available from Rs. 16,500 to 18000 on shops.
  • Latest Android Software
  • Battery: 3000 mAh

2. Huawei Y6 Pro

Y6 Pro is also really good device just like the others in list. One difference is the screen size is bit smaller than other devices, which is 5 inches. But still 5 Inches is huge, so it should not be deal breaker. One other difference specially from Y6 Prime 2018 and Y7 Prime 2018 is that Huawei Y6 Pro was released back in 2015 and it have slightly older version of Android, but yes updates do come. Another huge advantage over others phones is huge 4000 mAh battery, which is bound to last longer than batteries of most smart phones available right now.

Phone’s main specifications are as follows.

  • Screen Size: 5 Inches
  • 16 GB Storage / 2 GB RAM
  • Screen Resolution: 720p
  • Price: About Rs. 17000 mentioned online but available from Rs. 16,500 to 17000 on shops.
  • Upgradable to Latest Android Software
  • Battery: 4000 mAh

3. Huawei Y6II

Again a bit older phone but the specs are up to the mark. Screen size is pretty huge 5.5 inches, one difference though is screen is standard aspect ratio of 16:9, wider but less taller than latest phones. But that should not be a problem, we are more used to such screens, they actually look bigger than new phone screens, which are more taller but less in width. Battery is another strength of this Phone, as it has got 3100 mAh, which is pretty good.

  • Screen Size: 5.5 Inches
  • 16 GB Storage / 2 GB RAM
  • Screen Resolution: 720p
  • Price: About Rs. 19000 mentioned online but available from Rs. 17,200 to 18500 on shops.
  • Latest Android Software
  • Battery 3100 mAh

4. Huawei Y7 Prime 2018

Another big screen phone. By first seeing the 6 inches, I thought against this phone and thought screen will be too huge to handle. But that is not the case. Actually this phone, also like Huawei Y6 Prime 2018, have got different aspect ratio screen. I mean, screens are taller but less in width, due to this phone screen does not look too big. Another advantage is 32 GB storage and 3GB RAM unlike all other phones in list. If would not have been confused about screen size, as mentioned above, I would have been ended up buying this phone instead. So if you can spare couple of extra thousands, this is best option in the list.

  • Screen Size: 6 Inches
  • 32 GB Storage / 3 GB RAM
  • Screen Resolution: 720p
  • Price: About Rs. 20000 mentioned online but available from Rs. 18,800 to 20000 on shops.
  • Latest Android Software
  • Battery: 3000 mAh

5. Huawei Y7 Prime

This phone is again older than latest Y7 prime but bit expensive. And it is expensive for a reason, which is, it have got beast of a battery, which is huge. It have got 4000 mAh battery, battery this big is rare in smart phones right now. It is guaranteed to last much more than average smart phone.Even Huawei Y7 Prime 2018 have 3000 mAh battery.

Other than that specs are about the same with screen having old aspect ratio, bit smaller but having better pixel density, as it is Full HD. So only there are two reasons to spend more on this phone, than 2018 model, first is 25% bigger battery and better screen resolution. But that does not mean Y7 Prime 2018 have smaller batter, I will still preffer 2018 model of this phone. But if you are person who wants more juice in one charge and get less options to charge, must definitely go for it.

  • Screen Size: 5.5 Inches
  • 32 GB Storage / 3 GB RAM
  • Screen Resolution: 1080p
  • Price: About Rs. 23000 mentioned online but available from Rs. 20000 to 22500 on shops.
  • Android 7.0 Which is Pretty Decent
  • Battery:4000 mAh

This is all about the best phones in 15000 to 20000 Pakistani Rupees. However, if you want to go even lower, you have options of Huawei Y5 Prime and Huawei Y5 Prime 2018, these will be even cheaper.

Again, this is NOT a promoted post for Huawei, only reason to only include Huawei phones was, in this range only huawei phones are respectable. Never think of an iPhone in this range, until and unless you are getting some real old and used phone. Samsungs are all costly mostly and there could be very few in this range, still i am not sure this will have all of these features. SONYs and LGs are all good with their top notch phones but again have less to offer in this range.

Than there is huge array of Chinese phones available in this range, i will tell you to stay away from all of those. They claim lots of features, but when it comes to performance and durability, they are simply worth less. And all those feature may even not work. But Huawei phones on other end are much more durable, keep throwing them around and you will have less damage and will even be repaired in less price. They seem to me like NOKIA phones of old times, super durable and reliable and yet less costly.

Now what I said in last two Paras are my personal view, someone may turn up with some real good phone from any other manufacturer, in this current range. So if you have any other choice which you think is better or similar to these in this current range, feel free to mention it in comments below. And if it is real good, i may add it to article with your name. Of course, this is not end of world, there could be many other phones in this range.

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