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  • Mirpurkhas BISE announces HSC results

    MIRPURKHAS: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Mirpurkhas, announced on Friday result of the annual examination 2015 for the Higher Secondary Certificate part-II (class-XII) for all groups...

    The success ratio of boys and girls remained almost equal in pre-engineering, pre-medical, science general, humanities (regular and private), oriental studies and commerce groups
  • Hyderabad BISE declares HSC results

    HYDERABAD: Girls outshone boys in the annual examinations-2015 of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Part-11 (Class-XII) announced on Saturday by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Hyderabad...

  • HSC commerce results announced

    KARACHI: “There is no concept of rote learning in commerce studies,” said Aisha Abdul Khalique while replying to a reporter’s question at the results announcing ceremony for Higher Secondary Certificate Part-II Commerce regular and private students at the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) here on Thursday...

  • BIEK staff upbeat despite power issues, lack of security as HSC exams begin

    KARACHI: Slow-moving ceiling fans in dimly-lit classrooms of several examination centres on Thursday, the first day of the annual HSC exams, proved that just electricity isn’t enough as proper voltage flow is also required to see these fixtures function properly...

    Claims by the Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi (BIEK), about their efficient IT system checking admit cards and the whereabouts of vigilance teams also fell short...

  • Hyderabad BISE declares HSC results

    HYDERABAD: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Hyderabad announced on Wednesday the results of annual examinations-2015 of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Part-II (Class-XII) of the humanities group, and HSC Part-I and II of the commerce and home economics groups...

    Meanwhile, the board also announced HSC Part-1 results of annual examinations 2015...

  • Taliban admit to holding talks with govt team in Norway

    KABUL: The Taliban on Friday admitted taking part in informal talks in Norway with an Afghan delegation, reportedly made up of women, signalling a nascent dialogue despite an escalating militant offensive...

    Official efforts to reopen peace negotiations with the Taliban have so far borne little fruit but informal talks, involving Afghans from varied political backgrounds, have occurred in the recent past behind a veil of secrecy
  • When doctors should admit they don’t know

     Also read: How a medical exam at a top notch Karachi hospital ended in sexual harassmentThen an uncle showed up at our house, ready to unload his whole medical history from 20 years ago when he had once fallen, till recently when he pressed the car brakes a bit hard...

    So I did not know how and when to admit ‘I don’t know’...

  • Pakistan military officials admit defector's key role in Bin Laden operation

    ISLAMABAD: Two former senior Pakistan military officials told AFP on Tuesday that a ‘defector’ from country’s intelligence agency did assist the US in its hunt for Osama bin Laden but denied the two countries had officially worked together...

    The officials' accounts came after the publication of a controversial news report by US journalist Seymour Hersh in which he claimed to have uncovered a ‘secret deal’ between Washington and...
  • EU asks member states to admit 40,000 asylum seekers

    BRUSSELS: The European Union asked on Wednesday its member states to admit 40,000 asylum seekers from Syria and Eritrea landing in Italy and Greece, which have been overstretched by an influx of migrants...

    Repeating an earlier proposal, Mr Avramopoulos said the European Union was also asking member states to admit over two years 20,000 Syrian refugees from outside Europe who had “a clear need for international protection”...

  • Officials admit to serious security lapses in Attock

    ISLAMABAD: Preliminary investigations into the terrorist attack which claimed the life of Punjab Home Minister Shuja Khanzada and 18 others on August 16 have revealed that serious security lapses occurred, a senior Punjab government official told Dawn on Wednesday...

    The official said that no security barrier had been erected on any side of the home minister’s ancestral home, where the blast occurred, despite serious threats to his life
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