Thursday, March 23, 2017

Kidnapping of Secretary Higher Education: Attack on Census Process or coincidence?

M. M. ALAM QUETTA: Synchronizing with the commencing of 6th and the biggest population census in Pakistan, people from educational department attached to the process in one way or other are being kidnapped.

Reviving PIA one of top priorities of govt: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: The revival of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) is one of the top priorities of the government, said Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan. Speaking with the Adviser to Prime

Pakistan, Afghanistan to meet in London today to defuse tensions

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Afghanistan will hold high-level talks in London on Wednesday to ease the current tensions, the Afghan ambassador Omar Zakhilwal said on Tuesday. “I will join our National

Sindh gets new CJ as Justice Sajjad takes oath as SC judge

ISLAMABAD: Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, Chief Justice of Sindh High Court (SHC), took oath as Judge of Supreme Court at a ceremony in Islamabad on Wednesday. Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar

Population census commences after nearly 2 decades!

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: After nineteen years 118,000 enumerators aided by 150000 army personnel have marched into the 63 districts to carry out the biggest population census in the history of Pakistan. First

Yet another Pipe Dream: 70 reps from 23 Asian countries converge to form EU type block

M. M. ALAM ISLAMABAD: Some seventy individuals representing 23 Asian countries converged here to attend APA today evening. During the conference (March 13-17) delegates are likely to suggest the formation

Anti-Census Strike? Three school teachers abducted from Awaran!

M. M. ALAM AWARAN: Today evening militants abducted three teachers (Rashid Ali, Elahi Bakhsh, Rasool Bakhsh) who teach at Government schools here. The abductees were returning after attending  a census-related

Bourse closes at 48,628 after losing 26 points

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: With phantom of Panamagate still looming over the bourse, sentiments prevailing in the market was by and large negative today. Like yesterday another specter haunting the investors

Pakistan has brightest future in Asia: PM Nawaz

KARACHI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan has the brightest future in Asia. “Pakistanis never accepted an atmosphere of fear and chaos, and want peace and harmony,” he said while


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