Women making inroads on Wall Street, but still a long way to go

NAB Balochistan to hold workshop on Corruption in Health Sector

New York- Pin-up photos and smutty jokes have long been commonplace on trading floors, but the finance world is gradually opening up to women–underlined by the arrival on Monday of Jane Fraser at the head of Wall Street banking flagship Citigroup. Her elevation marks “a milestone,” according to Lorraine Hariton, director of Catalyst, an organisation … Read more

The long held dispute between India- China over the Himalayan Lake has finally come to an end

The long held dispute between India- China over the Himalayan Lake has finally come to an end

India and China have agreed to pull back troops from a bitterly contested lake area high in the western Himalayas, the Indian defence minister said on Thursday, in a breakthrough after a months-long standoff on the disputed border. Rajnath Singh told parliament the accord had been reached after several rounds of talks between military commanders … Read more

Long march politics has ended in a fiasco: CM Usman Buzdar

10 site offices of illegal housing schemes sealed

LAHORE:Parliamentarians called on Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and discussed matters of mutual interest, including the pace of development schemes and solution of problems of their constituencies. Talking on the occasion, the chief minister maintained that the so-called politics of holding long marches and resignations had ended in a fiasco. I have already pointed out … Read more

Railway bookings resume after two-day long server glitch: ministry

Railway bookings resume after two-day long server glitch: ministry

Passengers seen boarding a train at a railway station in Pakistan. — AFP/File LAHORE: The booking of tickets for Pakistan Railways resumed on Wednesday evening, after having been suspended since Tuesday morning. According to Chief Commercial Manager Malik Farooq Iqbal, all reservation offices and stations are now fully functional and facilitating bookings. Earlier today, complaints … Read more

Govt no longer worried about PDM’s long march after seeing attendance at ECP rally: Sheikh

Govt no longer worried about PDM's long march after seeing attendance at ECP rally: Sheikh

Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Tuesday hit out at leaders of the opposition Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) for its rally in front of the office of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in Islamabad today, saying television footage showed “not more than 3,000 people” had attended the protest. Addressing a press conference in … Read more

Two-week long ‘Climbing Festival’ concluded

NAB Balochistan to hold workshop on Corruption in Health Sector

ISLAMABAD   –   A two-week long climbing festival organized by Alpine Club of Pakistan, the national mountaineering and sport climbing federation, concluded here on Sunday. The festival included rock and sport climbing competitions paying tribute to national heroes, climbing training camp, orientation to climbers and their engagement in Clean and Green Pakistan initiative of … Read more

Peter Morgan and Gillian Anderson split not long after ‘The Crown’ success

Peter Morgan and Gillian Anderson split not long after ‘The Crown’ success

Not all is rainbows and sunshine for actor Gillian Anderson and creator of ‘The Crown’, Peter Morgan Following the massive success of The Crown’s fourth season, the cast, crew and the makers have all been enjoying the fame and glory. However, not all is rainbows and sunshine for actor Gillian Anderson and creator of the … Read more

Despite vaccines, COVID fight is long one: scientists

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World Health Organization (WHO) officials reeling under the onslaught of COVID-19 are generally encouraged by recent vaccine developments from companies such as Pfizer, BioNTech and Moderna. Yet they come with the caveat that there is still a long way to go in the struggle against the novel coronavirus. Patience and vigilance against the virus are … Read more

Lawyers end long strike as ordinance repeals CCP amendments

10 site offices of illegal housing schemes sealed

PESHAWAR: The lawyers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Saturday called off their strike after the promulgation of an ordinance to repeal the amendments to the Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) 1908. The KP Bar Council took the decision after discussing the ordinance promulgated by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government on November 12 to repeal certain amendments to … Read more