LAHORE: Hundreds of people from across the city will take to the streets for the next four weeks in the largest ever campaign, ‘Tidy Lahore’, to clean up the streets and neighbourhoods of the metropolis. The campaign which is part of the Azm-e-Alishan movement was launched to coincide with the […]
The government has prepared solar energy policy and investors should invest in this lucrative sector, said Board of Investment Director General, Nasreen Ali.
By Muhammad Javed Irfan Sidduqi in his column entitled “new peaks of Pak Saudi relations” 18/03/2010 tried to leave no stone unturned to prove that the recent selection by the Saudi visiting team of about 1500 highly skilled experienced Pakistani Surgeons, doctors, nurses and other trained paramedical staff from Pakistan […]
By Moonis Ahmed KARACHI: The local car manufacturers are exceeding the limits of increasing their car prices in parity with the local rising inflation to earn hefty profits, Daily Times learnt on Tuesday. While compiling the data of nearly two years (January 2008 to March 2010) this scribe found out […]
By Farrukh Saleem ISLAMABAD: Article 1 of our Constitution states, “Pakistan shall be a Federal Republic to be known as the Islamic Republic of Pakistan…” A Federal Republic, by definition, is a “federation of states with a republican form of government.” And, a republic is a “type of government where […]
By Nasim Zehra At the April 12-13 Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) organised in Washington DC on the personal initiative of US President Barack Hussain Obama, the “P” word was missing from the entire formal proceedings of the conference. The objective was to globally underscore the great risk and the grave […]
Directorate General of Internal Audit, Lahore, has proposed to the federal government to make obtaining National Tax Number (NTN) mandatory for installation of commercial electricity meter, purchase of immoveable property and for obtaining various commercial services.
ALI SUKHANVER We were in a state of war. All around blazing particles of sand and pinching dust, unkind gushes of fire-like wind, no water, no trees; with a group of journalists I was in Khairpur Tamewali , the part of the Cholistan desert , about 70 kilometers from Bahawalpur […]
KATHMANDU: Nepalese university students awaiting results of end-of-year exams may be kept in suspense for a while longer after it emerged that many of their papers had been eaten by rats. Hundreds of unmarked exam papers from Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan University were handed to a local police station to be kept […]
By Muhammad Javed Some of our Talqeen Shahs very innocently “Allhamadolliah” do not let any chance gone by from disbursing their pearls of wisdom in rendering their free advice. One such Mr. Qudrat Ullah from Lahore often blesses the letters to editor pages and has the other day appreciated how […]