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Dr. Jahan Ara Ainuddin awarded
PhD degree by DUHS

KARACHI: Dr. Jahan Ara Ainuddin Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Dow University of Health Sciences has become the first one to earn PhD degree from DUHS.

Book Review

Common Sense: An informative,

useful compilation

Common Sense: Less Commonly Practiced is an extremely useful and informative compilation by Syed Izhar Hussain who served in the pharmaceutical industry for well over four decades. Mr. Izhar Hussain has extensively gone through numerous books on marketing and management written by eminent authors in this field and has tried to compile it in a book form which can be used as a self development Handbook.
He has selected words of wisdom besides communication strategies from some of these authors. Also covered are the quotable quotes which convey a lot, leaders and the leadership qualities, what should be the abilities of a chief executive. Also included are the best leaders are listeners, how to develop self confidence, effective use of the resources, how to choose a negotiating strategy, importance of Trust and Good Time Management, human resource management, how to inculcate Hope and Motivation. All the compilations have been covered in different relevant chapters like career skills, leadership, self development, management, communication skills, creativity and innovation, sales and marketing, success secrets etc. Those working in administration, management and marketing will find this compilation extremely useful and won’t have to read too many books on these subjects to look for the useful information they contain.
The book has a beautiful colorful hard cover but the type face used in the text is rather small, hence the readers might find it a bit difficult in reading through the pages. Pages-240 Price Rs. 550/- Available from Syed Izhar Hussain, S-63/1 Defense Housing Authority Phase-II, Lahore Cant. Pakistan. Cell: +92-302-8477744

PMA condemns hooliganism at LGH

LAHORE: An emergent meeting of PMA Lahore was held at PMA House Lahore with Dr. Tanveer Anwar President PMA Lahore in chair. The meeting observed with grave concern the hooliganism carried out at LGH and manhandling Prof. Dr. M. Aslam Chohan and condemned it. This high handedness was termed as failure of writ of state and demanded Chief Minister to take notice of its. It also urged the authorities to arrest the culprits and punish them.
According to reports, the paramedics of the hospital had been observing strike and Prof. M. Aslam was appointed to conduct an enquiry. The move behind this hooliganism is reported to be to stop this enquiry. Since the area lies in the constituency of some important parliamentarians of the ruling party, and in view of the voters residing in the adjacent residential colony, efforts are being made to hush up the case. If it does happen, the culprits will become bold and might misbehave with some other senior faculty members in the days to come. Hence the administration must take it seriously and arrest those involved in this incident.

Aspirin before bed may reduce
morning heart attack, stroke risk

According to a study presented a Tuesday’s AHA meeting, “taking the aspirin before bed may reduce the chance of having a heart attack or stroke in the morning.” Study author Tobias Bonten of the Leiden University Medical Center in the Netherlands explained, “Platelet activity is highest in the morning, and that is also the time that most heart attacks and strokes occur, so if you reduce platelet activity during the morning hours, you might reduce heart attacks and stroke at that time.”

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