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Bihar CM faces tough battle

Patna: A year ago, he was talked of as a future prime minister of India. Today, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is...

Muslim leaders in West Bengal reject Imam’s call

KOLKATA: A former Communist minister and a former top police officer have lambasted the Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama...

Slum dwellers left heartbroken

Naeem Khan, 26, a slum dweller, said though his father and grandfather came from Afghanistan, he was born in the...

Metro events

ConferenceCenter for International Strategic Studies in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung is organising a...

Traders plan sit-in on Metro track

LAHORE: The Ferozepur Road Traders Association has announced a sit-in on Metro Bus route at Chungi Amar Sidhu on...

Johar Town residents get contaminated water

LAHORE: Residents of Johar Town’s G Block and adjoining areas had to use contaminated water for about six hours or...

Six hospitals in city upgraded

KARACHI: The provincial health department has upgraded six of its hospitals in the city by giving them the status of...

Afghan election: a people’s victory

AFGHAN election, on April 5, was a day of triumph for all Afghans, including women, who played their due role with...

Ending power crisis

Energy resources are the backbone of economic development of any country. Pakistan has been facing the problem of...

Waste-to-energy

THIS is apropos Khunsha Khalid’s letter ‘Waste-to-energy’ (March 28) and mixed comments thereon by some...

METRO EVENTS

Bake SaleAnnual Bake Sale 2014 being organised by the Patients’ Welfare Association at Civil Hospital at...

CCI and Sindh

THE Chamber of Commerce and Industries’ meeting was recently held at which Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif tried to...

Institutional honour

THIS is apropos the statement by the army chief about respecting and honouring his institution. There is no doubt in...

Parents’ duty’

THIS refers to Zulqarnain Sewag’s letter on ‘Parents’ duty’ (April 11). The writer is correct in saying that...

Not saying ‘please’

I FULLY endorse Yahya Nasar’s views about people not saying ‘please’ (April 7). There is also another...

From the past pages of dawn : 1964 : Fifty years ago : Opposition bargaining hard

RAWALPINDI: The Opposition is bargaining hard for securing an extension of the life of the present National Assembly...

From the past pages of dawn : 1944 : Seventy years ago : Leper problem in Sind

KARACHI: Drastic measures including sterilisation and extradition of immigrant cases have been decided upon by the...

other voices : Bangladesh Press : A day of colour

PAHELA Baishakh, the first day of [the] Bangla new year, marks a renewal of our bonding to our cultural heritage. It...

Wins for Army, Police

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army and Police won both their matches on the opening day of the 13th Men’s Netball...

From the past pages of dawn: Seventy years ago: Profiteers fined

GORAKHPUR: Cases arising out of the Hoarding and Profiteering (Prevention) Ordinance and emergency orders ...

Opinion

Afghan election and beyond

Education guidelines

The CAR is crashing

An unequal battle

Editorial

Life without dignity

One-way ‘talks’

Parveen Rehman case

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