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16 MoUs signed at business meeting

Over 300 representatives of the private and public sectors from CARs, Afghanistan and Pakistan attended the conference.

Gulf states invited to develop Pindi parks

RAWALPINDI: Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) has invited the embassies of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates...

Brother of minister fills his seat

RAWALPINDI: The entry gate to the office of district coordination officer (DCO) Rawalpindi was bustling with...

PTI bitter over exclusion from decision-making process

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) members have shown resentment towards the authorities for not including...

PTI bitter over exclusion from decision-making process

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf (PTI) members have shown resentment towards the authorities for not including...

‘Political, judicial vacuum in Fata provides space to militants’

Speakers at a conference on Federally Administered Tribal Areas called for extension of law of land to Fata.

Firm offers electronic voting technology

ISLAMABAD: A leading elections technology company introduced on Thursday products and services aimed at holding...

Deported workers threaten sit-in outside Parliament House

ISLAMABAD: Workers deported from United Arab Emirates (UAE) here on Wednesday threatened to stage a sit-in outside...

Mehsud tribe IDPs give govt 14-day ultimatum

ISLAMABAD: Members of the protesting Mehsud tribe gathered at D Chowk on Monday, giving a 14-day ultimatum to the...

2013 elections saw massive increase in rejected votes

ISLAMABAD: A civil society organisation in a report raised eyebrows over the massive increase in the number of...

Experts question privatisation of profit-making entities

ISLAMABAD: Senior economists, lawmakers and academicians on Thursday questioned the government’s plan to privatise...

Experts question privatisation of profit-making entities

ISLAMABAD: Senior economists, lawmakers and academicians on Thursday questioned the government’s plan to privatise...

Political leaders seek LG elections at the earliest

ISLAMABAD: Political leaders from almost all hue on Tuesday unanimously demanded holding of local bodies’ ...

Slain FC man’s father has a last wish

ISLAMABAD: Abdul Ghaffar, 74, the father of one of the 23 Frontier Corps (FC) personnel killed by the outlawed...

Slain FC man’s father has a last wish

ISLAMABAD: Abdul Ghaffar, 74, the father of one of the 23 Frontier Corps (FC) personnel killed by the outlawed...

Rawalpindi LG office loses development role

RAWALPINDI: The local government (LG) office, which used to be the sole executing agency for different projects in...

Valentine’s Day a festival for everybody

RAWALPINDI: Unlike last year, people on Friday thronged commercial centres, turning the otherwise selective...

Over half of Pakistanis satisfied with democracy, report

ISLAMABAD: Over half of the people in Pakistan are satisfied with the functioning of democracy compared to 2005 when...

S. Waziristan IDPs seek return to their hometown

ISLAMABAD: The internally displaced persons (IDPs) of South Waziristan Agency have been protesting outside the...

IDPs from South Waziristan call for rehabilitation

ISLAMABAD: The internally displaced people of South Waziristan here on Friday demanded that the government should...

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Relief for terror victims

Learning curve

Nuclear normalcy

Train to Pakistan: 2014

Editorial

ISI and media infighting

MQM in government again

Men planning families

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