Daily Archives: October 24, 2011

India’s deceitful tactics

India must understand that it will benefit in billions of dollars if it gets the transit trade deal, therefore it must not play cheap tactics to stall an aid programme that was

Occupy Wall Street

So, we should be grateful for the monopoly they hold on wealth, the poisoning of our environment, the way they find a way to profit from our most basic activities and needs?

Theory of change

Occupy Wall Street, Champs-Elysées, Charing Cross, Bank Square or whatever, the phenomenon has spread to more than nine hundred cities across the world. Beginning from last week of September the protestors have

The global jobs challenge

Over the past three decades, hundreds of millions of new workers have entered the global economy. They arrived with various levels of education and skill, and over time have generally gained in

Pak-UK trade to boost up to £2.5b

Bilateral trade between Pakistan and the United Kingdom would be boosted to 2.5 billion Pound Sterling by 2015. The mutual trade of the two countries had improved to 2 billion Pound Sterling

Baloch FC beat KPT in PPL

Another three matches were decided in the 8th Pakistan Premier Football League on Monday. PMC Athelco FC beat PAF 1-0 at the Municipal Stadium, Rawalpindi. Nadeem Aamir was the scorer from the

FIFA Refereeing Courses conclude at Dhaka

Three FIFA Futuro III Refereeing Courses for Asia ended in the Dhaka the other day and certificates of attendance were issued to the participants by the course Instructors, Azimi Abdullah and Muhiseen

Monfils looks for Paris boost

Frenchman Gael Monfils hopes to ride the momentum of his Stockholm Open title into a long-sought trophy at his home Paris Masters next month. The world number 10 claimed his first title

Mohsin worried over fielding

Pakistan’s interim coach Mohsin Khan has blamed his team’s poor fielding for the draw in the first Test against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan dropped six catches in Sri Lanka’s second

Debutant Sunny puts Windies in spin

Elias Sunny bagged four wickets on his debut to boost Bangladesh’s hopes of taking a first innings lead in the opening Test against the West Indies on Monday. The left-arm spinner took