Nearly 67 per cent of St Gallen voters came out in favour of introducing the ban, following the example of Ticino.
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Head of state says it is understandable that people will protest when they are inconvenienced.
"Never again, during any other government's rule, will you be given the freedom to work as professionals," premier says.
Just 41 people survived of the 265 people on board the ferry, which had an official capacity of 100 or 101 passengers.
The event will also include a documentary on Ms Gauhar’s journey
Diplomats from Denmark, Netherlands and Britain summoned for allegedly hosting members of group linked with attack.
Ordinary people should not suffer because of India's refusal to engage in talks, Chaudhry tells Indian media.
The Super Four match between the two arch-rivals is underway in Dubai.
The martyred soldiers' bodies are being sent to their native towns for burial with full military honours.
The prime minister met with the leadership as well as bureaucrats, police high-ups in Lahore today.
The 42-year-old actor said that his parents, Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya, never brought work home
Security forces launch search operation after armed men attack peace militia camp in Dasht Goran, Dera Bugti.
'Modicare' promises 500,000INR health cover to each poor family, costs govt $1.6bn annually.
"This [film] will go down in history as a gem of a film," said one Twitter user
The latest Pakistan-India dust-up is confusing and disappointing.
Nargis Hameedullah, a member of Quetta's Hazara community, recently returned from the Asian Games with a bronze medal
In the backdrop of political tensions, the two nations' cricket teams set to face each other again in the Asia Cup.
"Populism is not a doctrine or a governing philosophy; it is a disposition, a set of attitudes and, above all, a style."
Are you constantly checking your Instagram or Facebook on your phone, say every 10 minutes?
Imran has been done a political disservice by his finance team.
Cats have a better sense of smell than humans
Knowledge is power. The more you read, the more you learn about the world around you and the more powerful you become.
Published in Dawn, Young World, September 22nd, 2018
Where everybody is so passionate about winning, you are doing a selfless act by becoming the light for others ...
Mysterious 40ft dinosaur-like sea creature
MJ’s Thriller voted the most inspirational album of all time
Who doesn’t crave for a gooey, warm chocolate-chip cookie?
Since Shiza baji has officially joined the kitchen, something weird is happening every day.
Published in Dawn, Young World, September 22nd, 2018
A diarist is a free person who can be true to themselves on the pages that they may or may not allow others to read.
Nahin Naqshgar, Nahin Naqshgar Ka Kamaal Hum! Makhdoom Tipu Salman From a lawyer with books on law, history and...
In his 2005 introduction to ‘Jejuri’ — a celebrated poem by the leading English and Marathi language poet Arun...
The following extract has been taken from Saif Mahmood’s book Beloved Delhi: A Mughal City and Her Greatest Poets,...
Dr Shenila Khoja-Moolji is Assistant Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at Bowdoin College, US. ...
A book looks at the diverse strands of thought that fed into concepts of the educated Muslim girl in South Asia
The stinking water in a flower vase begins to swelter and bubble with fermentation as chemical processes unleash a...
While many in Pakistan may not know the eminent Urdu poet Shahryar, a slim volume may help correct that oversight
The grande dame of prose poetry has mellowed and her anger has been replaced with wistfulness about love
The archaeologists from the universities of Italy and United Kingdom have launched three different researches.
“It’s our duty to leave a legacy of water reservoirs for future generations instead of Rs0.17m debt for every newborn.”
Influential people are involved in the practice who go scot-free even when they are caught red-handed.
“I am hoping the new government will do something about the water crisis.”
Chohan says the draft of a new advertisement policy has been finalised and it will be implemented after approval.
First nationwide vaccination campaign of 2018-19 starts tomorrow.
Closure of OPDs caused inconvenience to hundreds of patients.
Usman Dar of PTI challenges Asif's victory, Abdul Wahab of the PJDP challenges the election of Khan.
Faisal, 30, was returning home on his motorcycle when the string of a stray kite slit his throat.
High flood warning issued; authorities on alert.
Murad says the premier will have to give up the idea in view of strong reservations expressed by the opposition.
Irsa has already stated that no extra water is available for distribution.
May demands new proposals and respect from EU leaders.
Can Europe and Asia join forces to stabilise the rules-based multilateral trading system?
As Brett Kavanaugh's nomination hangs in balance, Trump unleashes Twitter attack against credibility of his accuser.
The bishop, who was relieved of duty in Kerala, has been ordered to remain in police custody.
Deal paves way for rapprochement between the Church and world's most populous country.
Women key to finding solutions to political, economic, social challenges, says top Canadian diplomat.
Move a sign of government crackdown against opposition that had raised concerns about possible election rigging.
After escaping defeat to Afghanistan, Sarfraz says first time in 18 months that Pakistan had terrible fielding day.
Apparently no discussion about resumption of cricketing ties between two countries.
The PCB earlier this year restricted players' participation to one league other than PSL to reduce workload.
Both players on charm offensive as they seek redemption for part in ball-tampering scandal against South Africa.
Oltmans cites problems with game's environment, inability to bring good results as reasons behind resignation.
Green shirts should not burden themselves with thought of facing India, cricket psychologist Moinul Atiq says.
Pakistan, India square off once again, but this time with much higher stakes in Dubai.
India beat Bangladesh by seven wickets in their Asia Cup Super Four match.
The prices declined between Rs200 to Rs300 per maund in line with world trend.
The FPCCI says that allowing non-filers to buy property, vehicles will defeat the objective of broadening the tax base.
Trump once against castigated the Opec, blaming them for high oil prices.
SmartChoice is a supermarket for financial products.
"Only 8 per cent women in Pakistan borrow money from banks, compared to 51pc in Brazil."
The massive 2017 decline in revenue has compelled the government to encourage for higher production.
Investors are worried over the looming balance of payments crisis.
“We are under no pressure to make a deal with China, they are under pressure to make a deal with us."
The call for reforms within and outside WTO was initiated by the United States to counter the policies of China.
Sanjrani says it is the responsibility of the Asian leadership to work together for prosperity of the region.
Sources said a deputy operational "commander" of the banned TTP Bajaur was killed.
The parties question the “haste being shown by Prime Minister Imran Khan in making efforts to mend fences with India”.
Says summary sent to PM for approval; railways to have sub-headquarters in Karachi.
"Pakistan condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations,” says FO spokesperson.
“Unfortunately, 80 per cent development schemes included in the PSDP are totally opposed to the BHC’s judgement."
Likely to review 100-day agenda and police reforms.
Ousted PM, Judge Bashir respondents in NAB petition against IHC order.
Over 470 people were picked up since Oct 11, 2017 and a total of Rs2.41 billion was recovered.
Opposition’s calls come after former French president Hollande says Indian govt influenced choice of local partner.
Qureshi has reached Washington on a 10-day official visit to the US that includes talks with the Trump administration.
No more than three hunts are allowed every year in the game reserves of Chitral.
Reluctance to hire women because they won’t continue in civil service is cited as one of the reasons for the situation.
Seeks legislation to award up to 14-year jail term for organ trade.
Reserved seats for women in legislative forums have triggered a debate about their utility and purpose