Earthquake tremors jolt KP

Earthquake tremors were reported on Friday morning in Peshawar, Lower Dir, Buner and surrounding districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province. According to reports, the tremors originated from the Hindu Kush mountains and

ECP completes arrangements for 2018 by-elections

ISLAMABAD: Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has completed all necessary arrangements for holding of bye-elections in 36 constituencies on October 14. According to an ECP official, the elections will be held for


Impact of CPEC on Pakistan

Amna Javed

Moving from geo-politics towards geo-economics There is no repudiating of the fast paced changes which are taking place in the international arena. Without a doubt a multipolar order is on the horizon


Laying foundations of ‘Naya Pakistan’

Complacency and political exigency harm performance Earlier this month Imran Khan had hinted at getting rid of the incompetent members in his cabinet and a possible reshuffle in portfolios. After a record


Matco to setup joint venture company with Barentz International

Matco to setup joint venture company with Barentz International

LAHORE: Matco Foods on Friday announced it had reached an agreement with Barentz International to set up a joint venture company in Pakistan for the import, sales, and distribution of ingredients used in pharmaceutical, personal care, food & nutrition, and...



China court bans iPhone sales in patent dispute

WASHINGTON: A Chinese court ordered a ban in the country on iPhone sales in a patent dispute between US chipmaker Qualcomm and Apple, according to a Qualcomm statement Monday. The statement said the


PCB’s task force on domestic structure meets today

The first meeting of Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) special task force formed to relay the future of domestic cricket will be held on Friday. The task force is headed by Lt Gen Muzammil


FIA raids private schools in Faisalabad

FAISALABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Thursday raided two schools in Faisalabad and confiscated all records. The raids were reportedly conducted at three branches of two private schools that were charging high



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