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  • MQM cuts short strike duration

    KARACHI: In a late-night development, the MQM’s Coordination Committee reviewed its call for strike for Sunday, urging people to observe the strike for half a day only...

    The MQM had given the strike call in protest against the Sindh government’s `anti-people’ budget for 2015-16 presented in the provincial assembly earlier in the day
  • Loadshedding duration increasing as payables rise

    ISLAMABAD: With the general election beginning to weigh heavily on the minds of all the parties, including the ruling party, the duration of loadshedding across the country has surged to between six and eight hours amid increasing payables owed to fuel suppliers and power producers as many power plants sit idle...

    This is happening at a time when more than 880,000 tonnes of furnace oil, sufficient to run the country’s entire power...

  • IUB declares BA/BSc results

    BAHAWALPUR: The Islamia University Bahawalpur (IUB) has announced results of BA and BSc, showing pass percentage of 45...

    According to a press release on Sunday, out of total 10,280 candidates in BA, 4,726 were declared successful while out of 9,278 BSc students, 5,030 remained successful...

  • Girls bag top positions in BA/BSc exams

    ISLAMABAD: All top positions were clinched by girls’ students of Islamabad model colleges in annual examinations of BA/BSc conducted by the Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU)...

    Javed Ashraf announced BA/BSc Part I and Par tII results on Wednesday...

  • BZU declares BA, BSc results

    MULTAN: The Bahauddin Zakariya University on Friday declared the results of BA and BSc annual examinations 2015, with girls clinching all top positions...

    In BSc, the girls showed a pass percentage of 67...

  • 57.37pc pass BA, BSc exams under GCUF

    FAISALABAD: The Government College University of Faisalabad announced the BA/BSc results of the first annual composite examination 2015 here on Monday...

    In BA, 4,303 candidates out of 7,844 passed the exams while in BSc 2,702 students appeared in the exam and 1,747 were declared successful...

  • Girls outshine boys in BA/BSc exam results

    PESHAWAR: The girl students outshined boys in results of BA/BSc examinations, announced by University of Peshawar here on Monday...

    Sumbal Naz and Noreen Amin, BSc students of Jinnah College for Women, obtained 511 and 507 marks out of 550 marks and grabbed first and second positions respectively...

  • Girls top PU BA, BSc exams

    LAHORE: Girls bagged five out of the six top positions in the BA, BSc examination 2015, according to an announcement by the Punjab University on Thursday...

    Ayesha Khan (roll No 11079) remained overall first by securing 699 marks in BSc, followed by Hafsa (roll No 39354) and Fasahat Fatima (roll No 11818) who got 695 and 675 marks to secure second and third positions...

  • Girls dominate UoS BA, BSc results

    SARGODHA: The University of Sargodha (UoS) announced results of BA, BSc annual examination 2015 here on Friday with girls outshining boys once again...

    For the BSc exam, 7,444 candidates appeared out of which 3,141 were declared successful...

  • 14 colleges earn ‘zero rating’ in BA, BSc exams

    LAHORE: All students of 15 colleges got through while none of another 14 institutes could pass the BA, BSc annual examinations 2015, according to the results notification issued by the Punjab University on Friday...

    Girls were also ahead of boys in BSc by clinching 67 pass percentage against 34...

  • Girls in Punjab University again clinch five positions in BA, BSc exam

    LAHORE: Keeping up with their past academic performance, girls have this year again clinched five out of six positions in the Punjab University’s BA/BSc annual examinations, 2018...

    The results declared by the controller of examinations at a prize-distribution ceremony at university’s Al-Raazi Hall here on Monday showed that only one male candidate could bag top position in the BSc examination...

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