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  • TPP negotiators agree on trade rules for six subjects

    TOKYO: Negotiators for the Trans-Pacific Partn­ership have agreed trade rules for six broad categories as officials race to conclude a trade pact, a Japanese government source said on Thursday...

    The United States, Japan and 10 other countries have been locked in talks over the TPP, a US proposal that would cut trade barriers and harmonise standards covering two-fifths of the world economy and a third of global trade
  • UoG to shift four science subjects to main campus

    But the UoG could not establish modern labs for the science subjects at the city campuses and the faculty and students shuttled between the city and Hafiz Hayat campuses twice a week...

    Statistics, mathematics and some other subjects could be shifted to the city campuses from the main campus so students who had to use the science labs could be facilitated...

  • Centre still encroaching on provincial subjects despite 18th amendment, says Baloch

    HYDERABAD: Dr Abdul Malik Baloch, the former chief minister of Balochistan and leader of the National Party (NP), said on Tuesday that even after the passage of the 18th constitutional amendment the Centre continued to encroach upon provincial subjects, adding that the country cannot have true democracy unless commoners from grass-roots level reached parliament...

    He said the NP supported the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, but...

  • Social contract between State, subjects not being complied with: CJP

    ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Gulzar Ahmed has regretted that the social contract between the State and its subjects as agreed under the Constitution is not being complied with...

    The CAA director general is requi­red to furnish a comprehensive report before the Supreme Court within two weeks in this regard and when the case will be taken up again after three weeks, chief executive officers of the Pakistan International...

  • Centre can’t ask province to legislate on subjects within latter’s purview

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court has ruled that the prime minister or the federal government cannot dictate a province to make legislation in a matter with respect to which the provincial assembly has power to make laws...

    A 65-page judgement authored by Justice Shahid Karim says the constitutional scheme envisages a limited government and there are spheres of powers delineated for each organ of the federal as well as the provincial...
  • Students to get 5pc extra marks in compulsory subjects : Shafqat Mahmood

    Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood on Wednesday announced that students will get five per cent extra marks in compulsory subjects — which will be in addition to proportionate marking they acquire through the results of elective subjects...

    The government had decided there will be no exams for compulsory subjects, while students would only take exams for elective subjects...

  • Rahat out as Pakistan's 'injured' list swells

    Pakistan's left-arm seamer Rahat Ali has been ruled out of the Bangladesh Test series after suffering a hamstring injury, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced on Saturday...

    The 26-year-old Rahat, who was a vital member of Pakistan's pace attack at the World Cup, joins Mohammad Irfan, Sohail Khan, Ehsan Adil, Yasir Shah and Sohaib Maqsood on the sidelines with the 'injured list' almost becoming an embarrassment now and...

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