Anwar Majeed skips hearing due to ‘bipolar disorder’

KARACHI: Anwar Majeed, businessman and chairperson of Omni group excused himself from appearing in court, claiming that he has “bipolar disorder” as the court was hearing a case pertaining to fake bank accounts

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


What it means to own a house

Malik Muhammad Ashraf

Government’s grand plan Food and shelter are the most inescapable basic human needs and owning a home is dream of every individual and family. The states with a welfare creed and agenda


In limbo

From jail to protective custody The Supreme Court acquitted Aasia Bibi ordering her immediate release if there were no other charges against her, and there were none. But she still remains in


Chinese enterprises undertake over 3,000 BR projects in regional countries

Chinese enterprises undertake over 3,000 BR projects in regional countries

BEIJING: China’s central state-owned enterprises account for half of the infrastructure projects started or scheduled to start in regional countries, reports People’s Daily. According to the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC), China’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have carried out...




The Walled City of Lahore is a rich amalgamation of heritage and culture both tangible and intangible. While looking at the gigantic gates, majestic monuments and havelis, one cannot ignore the cultural


Smooth Federer puts troubled start behind him

LONDON: Six-time champion Roger Federer put a troubled start to his 16th ATP Finals behind him as he outclassed Dominic Thiem 6-2 6-3 on Tuesday to stay on course for the knockout



Railway station to be constructed in Gwadar: Rasheed

QUETTA: Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has said the government is working towards the construction of a railway station in Gwadar. Addressing a news conference in Quetta on Wednesday, he said


KP to set up 100 police stations in tribal districts

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is finalising arrangements to introduce regular policing in all seven tribal districts and is working to establish about one hundred police stations across the tribal districts, Radio Pakistan has reported. A

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