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  • Nasreen Anjum Bhatti: classic case of forsaken writers

    LAHORE: Once active and energetic, Punjabi poet Nasreen Anjum Bhatti has now become frail and weak to such an extent that it has become difficult to even recognise her...

    “If anyone such as the head of a department or ministry refers the matter to me I will look into it but so far I have not received any application regarding Nasreen Anjum Bhatti’s health,” he says...

  • Anjum Qureshi, a romantic rebel

    Apoet of vigorous accent, Anjum Qureshi was born to a banker and was raised in a conservative environment, conventionally designed for upbringing of middle class girls...

    Like many other Punjabi children, Anjum was intentionally kept away from her language and her parents, who themselves belong to Punjab, portrayed the image of Punjabis as illiterate and ill-mannered people...

  • Noted broadcaster, poet Fozia Anjum passes away

    PESHAWAR: Noted Pashto poet, educationist and radio broadcaster Zeenat Anjum Khattak alias Fozia Anjum died of brain tumour at her daughter’s residence on Wednesday night in Chicago, the United States...

    Fozia Anjum was born on June 5, 1939 in Jahangeeri and received her early education at her village school but then got rest of education privately including masters in psychology, Urdu and Pashto literature from University of...

  • Punjabi poet Nasreen Anjum Bhatti is no more

    LAHORE: Nasreen Anjum Bhatti, poet, peace and political activist and broadcaster, lost her fight against cancer in Karachi on Tuesday -- the day she turned 73...

    She along with her sister moved to Karachi where she was getting treatment at PNS hospital,” Nabi adds...

  • 2 ASIs, 3 constables suspended for allegedly killing former councillor Waheed Anjum in Rawalpindi

    Two assistant sub-inspectors (ASI) and three constables were suspended on Friday after they were nominated in a case pertaining to the killing of former councillor of Kallar Syedan Waheed Amjad in Rawalpindi, City Police Officer (CPO) Faisal Rana said...

    According to a first information report (FIR) filed in the Kallar Syedan police station on the complaint of the victim's friend on Thursday night, Amjad was stopped by the police at a...
  • Distressed enterprises need a better support mechanism

    On Sept 12 the senate passed the Corporate Rehabilitation Bill, 2017, to provide an institutional arrangement and legal process for the revival and rehabilitation of distressed companies...

    The legislation resembles American bankruptcy laws in terms of management arrangement, litigation during bankruptcy proceedings and access to fresh funds
  • Interest-free loans for small enterprises planned

    PESHAWAR: The business community and officials of Small and Medium Enterprise Development Authority (Smeda) have agreed on several points, including a proposal to establish a revolving fund for provision of interest-free loans to the small and medium enterprises in the provincial metropolis, in order to boost the local economy...

  • FBR issues notices to alleged owners of offshore enterprises

    ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) on Saturday issued notices to persons, who have been alleged of possessing offshore enterprises by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), said a statement issued by FBR...

    Mariam Nawaz is described as “the owner of British Virgin Islands-based firms Nielsen Enterprises Limited and Nescoll Limited, incorporated in 1994 and 1993”...

  • SBP redefines small, medium enterprises

    KARACHI: In a major move, the State Bank on Friday changed the definition of small and medium enterprises, while general reserve requirement against non-fund based small enterprises portfolio has been abolished...

    The SBP issued a detailed circular to all banks and development financial Institutions (DFIs) with amendments in prudential regulations for small enterprises (SEs) and medium enterprises (MEs)...

  • Credit to loss-making state-run enterprises up 45pc

    KARACHI: The loss-making public sector enterprises (PSEs) borrowed Rs115 billion during the first seven months of this fiscal year, reflecting the government’s utter failure to make them profitable...

    Recently, the International Monetary Fund has said that annual losses of ailing public sector enterprises swelled to 3...

  • Public enterprises eat up 3.5pc of GDP in debts

    KARACHI: The public sector enterprises’ (PSEs) debt has almost soared to Rs1 trillion at the end of third quarter of FY18, State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) reported in its latest issue of Statistical Bulletin for June...

    The debts of these enterprises reached 2...

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