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Mother and aunt of killed infant arrested

Lytton Road Police on Wednesday arrested the mother and paternal aunt of 6-month-old Fatima, who had died after being thrown off the 2nd floor of her house on Tuesday night. Fatima’s father

India ‘appreciates positive gesture’

Pakistan’s decision to grant India the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status would give the much-needed impetus to bilateral trade, besides improving political ties between the two neighbours, Indian newspaper The Hindu quoted

Three-day gas outages after Eid

After a lengthy debate, the Petroleum Ministry and stakeholders agreed on a makeshift agreement, under which gas supply to CNG and the industrial sectors would be cut off for three days a

SC suspicious of multi-billion dollar RPP deal

Suspecting foul play in the multi-billion dollar deal of rental power projects (RPPs), the Supreme Court on Wednesday observed that rental power companies committed sheer negligence by not importing the required machinery

‘Afghanistan endgame a sham’

“There is neither a peace process nor an endgame in Afghanistan,” said senior journalist Rahimullah Yusufzai while addressing a roundtable organised by the Institute of Regional Studies on the subject, “Afghanistan: An

Professor promoted to principal in grade 19

Government Postgraduate Degree College Khanewal Head of English Department Humaira Naeem Syed has been promoted to grade 19 and appointed as the principal of Government Zainab Girls’ Degree College Multan.

NAB set to carry forward accountability process

With its new chairman at the helm of affairs, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is fully functional to carry forward the accountability process while surviving against all odds and facing severe resistance