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  • First generation RLNG plants fire up in shadow of second generation circular debt

    ISLAMABAD: A second generation of circular debt in the gas sector has come into being as three key Punjab-based power projects of about 3,600 megawatts on imported Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) are now reaching the belated commercial operation dates (CODs)...

    Receivables of SNGPL swell to Rs30bn as RLNG generation begins; lower than planned demand for LNG causing price to surge due to terminal chargesThe Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority...

  • Pakistan drops to 6th position on ICC Test ranking chart

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) Monday placed Pakistan on 6th position in its Test ranking chart, down one step, as New Zealand replaced the country, reported ICC...

    "New Zealand has overtaken Pakistan to go up to fifth position in the MRF Tyres ICC Test Rankings after completing a 2-0 win over Bangladesh in their two-match series which culminated in Christchurch," said the report...

  • Summer holidays in FDE schools likely from 6th

    Earlier, Federal Directorate of Education had announced summer holidays from June 11 to August 10, 2015 due to inter-provincial games here at Pakistan Sports Complex from June 9 to 12, where 15,000 students were supposed to watch games...

    However, on Tuesday, Pakistan Sports Board had to cancel the game indefinitely due to hot weather conditions...

  • 6th DUHS convocation

    KARACHI: Dow Uni­versity of Health Sciences held its 6th convocation on Sunday and conferred degrees, gold medals and shields to more than 2,200 graduates belonging to different disciplines on its Ojha Campus...

  • PM to take up NARC issue on 6th

    ISLAMABAD: The future of National Agricultural Research Centre (NARC) will finally be decided next Thursday (August 6), when Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will take up the issue at a high-level meeting, official sources told Dawn on Saturday...

    The meeting has been called by the prime minister in response to the letter written to him by Minister for National Food Security and Research, Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan, in which he had urged the...
  • 6th census from March 15 to May 25: information minister

    Pakistan's sixth housing and population census is to start on March 15 and will continue until May 25, Minister of State for Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage Maryam Aurangzeb said during a press briefing in Islamabad on Sunday...

    Dual nationals who are present in Pakistan at the time of the census will be included, Aurangzeb said...

  • Afaq invites MQM-P groups to attend his public meeting in Liaquatabad on 6th

    KARACHI: While some elements within the Bahadurabad and PIB groups of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan have been trying to persuade both the factions to hold a joint public meeting in Liaquatabad on May 5, Mohajir Qaumi Movement-Haqiqi chief Afaq Ahmed jumped into the political fray on Wednesday by inviting the two MQM-P groups to his public meeting scheduled to be held on May 6...

  • SLC security team arrives in Karachi on 6th

    KARACHI: A two-member security delegation of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) will reach Karachi on Tuesday to decide if it is safe for its national team to tour Pakistan in October for a round of the ICC World Test Championship...

    Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ehsan Mani said that the Sri Lankan delegation will visit the grounds and hotels where the teams will stay in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad besides meeting the PCB, police and...

  • Babar Azam moves up to 6th spot in ICC Test rankings

    Pakistan's star batsman Babar Azam has moved up to a career-high 6th place (up from 15th) in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings for Test batsmen, it was revealed on Tuesday...

    Earlier on Sunday, Azam struck 100 not out, his fourth Test century, in the second Test against Sri Lanka in Karachi, in what turned out to be the first series victory for Pakistan on home soil in a decade...

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