Month: February 2019

Karachi rain likely to continue till Eid morning

As the port cities began to fall on Saturday morning, weather officials said Karachi could approve the rainfall for 36 to 40 hours. City officials have urged people not to approach the trees and stay indoors in the rain. According to the Bureau of Meteorology, the second case of the monsoon is stronger than the ….  Read More

Pakistan formally suspends trade with India

Islamabad: Pakistan severed its ties with India in Israel on Friday, and Islamabad does not have any trade relations. In response to India’s decision to revoke the special status of Kashmir provided by Article 370 of its Constitution, Pakistan severed ties with India and halted bilateral trade. On Friday, the Federal Cabinet, led by Prime ….  Read More

Shahbaz lashes out at PM over ‘Kashmir sell-out’

Islamabad: At a recent meeting, the recent parliamentary agreement that appeared on the Kashmir issue remained tense at a National Assembly meeting on Friday when opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif accused Prime Minister Imran Khan of betraying Kashmir’s future. Rulers who have ruled Tehreek-i-Insaf in Pakistan and chief anti-Pakistan Islamic League-Nawaz continue to sell bribes they ….  Read More

Senate panel for clear-cut policy to counter Modi’s ‘fascism’

Islamabad: The House of Assembly has called for detailed measures to challenge the “conviction” of the Prime Minister of India and to call for a special meeting of the House of Lords on the country’s biggest crisis since 1971. The Standing Committee on Diplomacy, chaired by Senator Husseid Hussein Said, has called on the government ….  Read More

Focus on regional cricket as cabinet approves new PCB constitution

Islamabad: The Prime Minister approved the New Constitution of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday, in which I see a new goal of building a domestic community. The Federal Minister met with Prime Minister Imran Khan as chairman and approved the renovation of the kilogram family. “[After the last 40] years, the development of sports ….  Read More

Cabinet hails UN statement on held Kashmir

Islamabad: The Federal Commission issued a statement to the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, in Kashmir on Friday, and has decided to represent opposition groups in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and, most recently, the Prime Minister’s committee. For a solution to the evacuation of Indian settlers in Kashmir. “The Federal Commission favors the role of ….  Read More

Minimum gas charges increased by 39pc

Islamabad: Within 40 days of rising energy prices by 200%, the government raised low prices for natural gas by almost 39% on Friday, except for a 9% business that did not convert home buyers. This decision was informed by the Office of Oil and Gas Regulators (Ogra) in the opinion of the department of Energy ….  Read More

Seven months into his term, SECP chairman is replaced

Islamabad: Just seven months after his election, the Federal Cabinet turned over the chairman of the Pakistan Securities and Exchange Commission and its legislative committee on Friday, ending a dispute that broke out between the two. On behalf of Farrukh Sabzwari, Cabinet approved the appointment of Aamir Khan to the position of SECP Chairman for ….  Read More

Rain-related incidents claimed 73 lives in Karachi in six years, data shows

Karachi: When the Metropolitan Office released a new manifestation of the Karachi tornado, concerns and worries of repeated rainfall-related attacks have plagued the city. Although more than 20 people died in an electrical accident during the first rainstorm in the city last week, the injuries are still ongoing in this city. From 2014 to 2019, ….  Read More

Building competence

Earlier, Dr. Atif Mian, an economist at Princeton University, asked people through online surveys whether they thought corruption or lack of technology was a major problem in developed countries. Sixty-six people said that corruption is the most serious problem. Although Dr. Mean said that a successful country without corruption may be the best, voting for ….  Read More