Abdus Salam News
Mohammad Abdus Salam was that rare being: a man of science whose thought was deeply rooted in his faith.
The UN is working with the Bangladesh government to vaccinate 650,000 people living in the sprawling camps against cholera, which spreads through dirty water and can kill if left untreated
UN Security Council to vote on tougher North Korea sanctions aimed to halt Pyongyang's missile tests
The UN Security Council will vote on Saturday on a US-drafted resolution toughening sanctions on North Korea, diplomats said
India needs to work towards strengthening its democracy rather than weakening it, which could well be the case if these "break India forces — the tukde gang" of few campuses have their way
Pakistan plans to rename a university centre for physicist Abdus Salam, its first Nobel laureate, after more than 30 years of all but disowning his achievements, as a member of a minority sect barred from identifying itself as Muslim.
The pioneering work of Abdus Salam, Pakistan's only Nobel laureate, helped lead to the apparent discovery of the subatomic "God particle" last week. But the late physicist is no hero at home.